Community Focused. Client Driven.

In 1934, a group of civic-minded local investors decided to charter a bank that would support their community. We were called National Bank in Manistique then, servicing the numerous industries in the area, such as mining, logging and retail as we still do today. In our inaugural year, our company’s deposits totaled $154,000. By our 40th Anniversary, our deposits exceeded $17 million and today we’re a company with assets of $1.3 billion. We’ve worked hard and we’ve worked smart to become one of the largest community banks headquartered in Michigan. We’ve grown into an award-winning community bank with more than 300 team members across 29 branch locations.

We’re proud of our 80+ year history of being a proactive community bank based in the Upper Peninsula and serving the needs of all our communities by providing high quality products and services through friendly and knowledgeable local bankers. We look forward to continuing to build long-lasting relationships with our customers, loyally supporting our communities through public service and capital contributions, providing good jobs and career growth to our employees, and continuing to provide strong returns to our stockholders.

We couldn’t have done it without you. It’s our privilege to provide you with the exceptional banking products you need and the personalized service you deserve.

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