The Way Banking Should Be.
Our story began in 1938, when George Dinsdale— a farmer and feedlot owner in Nebraska—saw that his community needed financial help to make it through the Great Depression. He opened a bank and served his community the way he and his neighbors lived: with a typical, down-to-earth, person-to-person approach.
Well, it was the right crop in the right soil, so it grew. Today Pinnacle has over 115 branches in eight states. The bank serves a broad range of commercial, individual and agricultural customers. And it’s run by the Dinsdale family—the third generation
Today we’re proud to offer the large resources and high-technology conveniences of a large bank. But we still do business like we always have—focusing on straightforwardness, personal relationships and community.
To serve each community best, we give our local bank managers a large degree of autonomy in their operations. And we sponsor hundreds of community causes, including school activities, special events, rodeos, children’s programs and more. It just makes sense to us to work that way.
So when you want a banker who understands you, talk to us. We think you’ll appreciate our personal, community-focused style of business.
That’s the Pinnacle way. And it’s the way banking should be.