Press Room

Below you’ll find press releases covering all the ways we make Great Things Happen!™ for our customers and community.

In The News

Rocky Mountain Bank Receives SBA Veteran Support Award for Montana

Press Releases

Rocky Mountain Bank Recognized as a Forbes Best Bank in America for 2017

Rocky Mountain Bank Announces New Bozeman Market President

Rocky Mountain Bank Welcomes New Commercial Banker

Rocky Mountain Bank to Co-Sponsor Maximizing Business Value Program

Rocky Mountain Bank Welcomes New Market President

Rocky Mountain Bank Takes Another Swipe at Breast Cancer

Newly Appointed Rocky Mountain Bank Market President Assumes the Helm of Bozeman Branch

Rocky Mountain Bank Fights Breast Cancer Through Pink Ribbon Debit Card - Kalispell

Rocky Mountain Bank Fights Breast Cancer Through Pink Ribbon Debit Card - Bozeman

Local Financial Services Professional Earns National Certification

Rocky Mountain Bank selects Scott Sehnert as Executive Vice President and Senior Commercial Banker

Financial Advice Column*

01/26/2016 — In investing, don't doubt the power of dividends

01/19/2016 — Stick with investment plan amid brutal market correction

01/12/2016 — Focus on long-term trends during downturns

01/05/2016 — New year is a good time to revisit the Dogs of the Dow

12/29/2015 — Long-Term Quality Holdings vs. Short-Term Performance

12/22/2015 — Right-size your portfolio for the coming year

12/09/2015 — Markets volatile? Ignore your gut and stick with your investing plan

11/24/2015 — Saving only can take you halfway to your financial goals

11/17/2015 — What matters most at a company? Revenue growth

11/10/2015 — Short-term focus can be hazardous to your profits

10/20/2015 — Beware investing's unintended consequences with target-date mutual funds

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*The Financial Advice columns are authored by Nancy Tengler, Chief Investment Officer, Wealth Advisory Services at Heartland Financial USA, Inc., parent company of Rocky Mountain Bank. Products offered through Wealth Advisory Services are not FDIC insured, are not guaranteed by the bank and may lose value.