Our institution is rated 5-stars by Bauer Financial

 

5-Star State Bank of Delphos

Reliable, Secure and Loyal

Bauer Financial, Inc., Coral Gables, Florida, the nation's bank rating firm, commends State Bank of Delphos, Kansas for proving once again that it is a steadfast and invaluable partner to the communities it serves.

The FDIC touts the benefits of community banks, saying they are "important providers of credit to small businesses and serve hundreds of counties and thousands of communities that are overlooked by larger noncommunity institutions."  (FDIC Quarterly 2014, Volume 8, No. 2.)  Karen L. Dorway, president of Bauer Financial, added, "Community banks, like State Bank of Delphos, that have been able to earn and maintain Bauer's top rating for strength and security reflect that deep-rooted sense of loyalty to the local community."

State Bank of Delphos's latest 5-Star rating is based on March 31, 2014 financial data and signifies that it is one of the strongest banks in the nation.  State Bank of Delphos has earned and maintained this top 5-Star rating for the past 23 consecutive quarters.

State Bank of Delphos was established in 1880 and has been a dedicated and reliable community partner for 134 years.  It currently operates through three conveniently located branch offices in Delphos and Glasco and as Ottawa County Bank in Minneapolis.  State Bank of Delphos is a member of the FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.

State Bank of Delphos:  "Offering Hometown Banking with Commitment, Experience and Quality Service."

Bauer Financial, Inc., Coral Gables, Florida, the nation's leading independent bank and credit union rating and research firm, has been reporting on and analyzing the performance of U.S. banks and credit unions since 1983.  No institution pays Bauer Financial to rate it, nor can any choose to be excluded.  Consumers may obtain free star-ratings by visiting www.bauerfinancial.com.

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