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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
The health, safety and well-being of our customers, employees and communities continues to be our top priority. At this time, our branch lobbies will be available by appointment only. We encourage you to use our drive-thrus, which will be open during normal business hours, online and mobile banking and our ATM network. You can schedule an appointment by calling your local banker. Read more.

5 Reasons to Choose Great Western Bank

If you’re curious about Great Western Bank, but have yet to make the jump to becoming a customer, this post is for you. Here are a few reasons why clients have chosen GWB and why you will too!

  1. Open an account online in minutes.

    Our brand new Online Account Opening application makes it easier than ever to get started!

  2. Bank at your speed, in a way that fits your life.

    Our highly rated mobile banking app allows our customers to check balances, pay bills, deposit checks and transfer money all from a smartphone.

  3. Great banking relationships are our focus.

    Expert help and friendly service is only a phone call, email or branch visit away.

  4. Stability, Safety and Soundness.

    Great Western Bank is a strong financial institution with more than 80 years of sound and prudent banking practices and over $11 billion in assets.

  5. A Commitment to our Communities.

    Our commitment is demonstrated through financial support, employee volunteerism and community leadership.

Are you ready to experience the difference?

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