For more than a century-and-a-half, we have remained committed to personal service - from corporate clients to individuals and families who rely on us for their banking needs
Platte Valley State Bank & Trust Company provides a wide range of financial services to consumers and businesses through branch offices in Kearney and Grand Island, Neb. The bank offers checking and savings accounts, debit cards, agricultural services and wealth management. Its lending capabilities include consumer, home, commercial, equipment, real estate and livestock loans, as well as lines of credit. Platte Valley State Bank assists businesses with cash management, wire transfers, electronic tax payments, controlled disbursements and sweep accounts. The bank has expertise in professional portfolios, pension plans, estate settlement and trust administration. Its online module enables customers to access accounts, pay bills and customize financial activities. Platte Valley State Bank & Trust Company is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
First National Bank has a history of doing what's right for our customers and the communities we serve. As one of the top banking institutions in Nebraska, we are proud to be a part of the First National Nebraska, Inc. community of banks. For almost 160 years, this sixth generation family-owned business has become the largest privately-owned bank holding company in the United States. We've been building relationship with our customers in the Kearney-Grand Island area since Platte Valley State Bank. With locations in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas, $20 billion in assets and nearly 5,000 employee associates, we haven't lost sight of the foundation on which our success was built. Integrity, Respect, Passion - these are the cornerstones of our Operating Philosophy and represent our commitment to you. At First National Bank, we strive to better serve you and your banking needs - and we are as hopeful and excited about the future of our bank as our founders were in 1857.