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Highland Bank to be Recognized for "Commitment to Small Business Success"

Sep 01, 2019 05:51PM
Highland Bank, which has a location in Maple Grove, recently announced it is among 12 Minnesota lenders being honored and recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Minnesota District for helping the small business community. 

Highland Bank was named as having the highest participation in SBA-backed loan programs in the category of lenders with $500 million to one billion in assets. 

“Every day, we strive to provide exemplary service, creative solutions and attractive pricing to our small business clients so they can begin new ventures, grow and flourish,” Senior Vice President and manager of SBA lending at Highland Bank Kim Storey said. “Being the leader in our lending category is an honor and reflects our commitment to helping the small business community bring their visions to life.” 

Since its founding in 1943, Highland Bank has been dedicated to building strong, mutually beneficial relationships with its customers. The bank prides itself in the personal relationships it has established with its small business owners, taking the time to develop an in-depth understanding of each business and each owner’s specific operational challenges.

Highland Bank offers several types of SBA loans. 

“We’re proud to receive this honor from the SBA that showcases our commitment to the success of the small business community in Minnesota," President of Highland Bank Troy Rosenbrook said.  

Highland Bank has five branches throughout Minnesota including Maple Grove, Minnetonka, St. Paul, Bloomington and St. Michael.  

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