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Shared with permission from the South Dakota Banker’s Association. The FNBSF’s FIRST Values— Family, Independence and Innovation, Relationships, Stewardship and Teamwork— guide the bank and its decisions as it moves forward and builds successful relationships.
FNBSF employs around 270 people at its 18 locations in Sioux Falls, Baltic, Brandon, Dell Rapids, Flandreau and Harrisburg.
Getting pre-qualified can be a bit more challenging for a self-employed borrower. I would estimate that nearly half of my customers own their own business.
Shared with permission from the South Dakota Banker’s Association. Bill Baker (right) grew up in the southeast part of Sioux Falls and said he was a “free-range” kid.
Shared with permission from the South Dakota Banker’s Association. The First National Bank in Sioux Falls (FNBSF) prides itself on doing things differently and being more than just a bank.
Twenty years ago, Jake Anderson took a leap of faith and found a new home in Sioux Falls. Learning from his parents in business, he decided to embark on a new challenge.
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