Pinnacle Bank ( first opened their doors in 1938 as a single small-town community bank. In the years since, a lot has changed. The bank has grown, technology has advanced, and banking looks very different today. One thing that hasn’t changed though, is the pride Pinnacle Bank has in their roots. They are known in the communities they serve for their strength, stability, service and values.

As they grow, Pinnacle Bank recognized that each place they serve has a unique culture and set of needs. That’s why they operate under a community bank model to make decisions locally. Banking decisions, as well as how the bank supports the community, are decided by people who are a part of and have a vested interest in the community.

Helpful Products and Services

Over the years, Pinnacle Bank has partnered with countless local families, businesses and community organizations. They offer a variety of banking products and services to assist with nearly any stage of life.

They have a variety of personal checking and savings account options equipped with a wide array of modern banking conveniences, like contactless debit cards and 24/7 online and mobile banking. They also offer home, auto and personal loans to help you finance your next big purchase.

For businesses, Pinnacle Bank has a range of account and financing options to keep business moving. They also offer cash management services to assist with payment collection, payroll processing, account security and more.

Pinnacle Bank’s friendly, experienced bankers and lenders are ready to help you find the solutions you’re looking for. They offer helpful insights and service tailored to fit your needs. Stop by one of their many Lincoln and Omaha metro-area locations and discover the way banking should be.

New Year, New CEO

In late December 2022, Pinnacle Bank announced their newly appointed CEO, Mark Hesser. With this promotion, Hesser became the third CEO in the company’s history. Hesser has been with the bank for 32 years, serving as a market president and charter president before his promotion in 2014 to president of Pinnacle Bancorp. In his new role, he oversees the bank holding company’s 161 locations across eight states.