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April 19, 2015 10:35 AM ET

Banks

Company Overview of Mountain West Bank, N.A.

Company Overview

As of October 18, 2014, Mountain West Bank, N.A. was acquired by First Interstate Bank. Mountain West Bank, N.A., a community bank, provides banking solutions to local businesses, professionals, and individuals in Helena, Great Falls, Missoula, Bozeman, Kalispell, Whitefish, and the surrounding areas. It offers personal checking, savings, money market, and individual retirement accounts; certificates of deposit; and business checking and money market accounts and certificates of deposit. The company also provides personal loans, real estate loans, auto loans, home equity loans, and home equity line of credit; and commercial loans, including business loans, line of credit, SBA loans, agricult...

1225 Cedar Street

P.O. Box 6013

Helena, MT 59604

United States

Founded in 1991

Phone:

406-449-2265

Fax:

406-449-0903

Key Executives for Mountain West Bank, N.A.

Mountain West Bank, N.A. does not have any Key Executives recorded.

Mountain West Bank, N.A. Key Developments

Mountain In Talks With Potential Buyer

Mountain West Bank, N.A. is put Continental Motor Inn property on East Main Street is for sale. Mountain West is negotiating with a potential buyer. Dustin Barber, Market President for Mountain West Bank Bozeman, declined to comment further, other than to confirm that the bank now owns the property.

Bret Tinker Joins Mountain West Bank as Vice President and Commercial Banker in Boise Commercial Lending Department

Bret Tinker has joined Mountain West Bank as vice president and commercial banker in the Boise commercial lending department. Tinker has worked in commercial banking for more than 28 years. He began his banking career at Idaho Bank & Trust in Pocatello, which later became KeyBank. He is co-director of Ride Idaho, a board member of The Terraces of Boise and a board member for the Idaho Pedestrian and Bicycle Alliance.

Mountain West Bank Names Thomas Pool as Senior Vice President of Small Business Lending

Mountain West Bank named Thomas Pool senior vice president of small business lending. Pool, who was previously Gillette, Wyo., market president at Denver-based ANB Bank, will, in his new role, oversee the Small Business Administration departments in Boise, Spokane and Coeur d'Alene.

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