Welcome to Bank of the Rockies. We are the Oldest Bank in Montana and take pride in our tradition of service. We are a family-owned and managed bank that believes in putting the customer first through convenience, local decision making, and a commitment to our communities.
Our business plan has always been built upon growth through integrity, consistency, dedication, and respect for our customers. We believe in working hard as our clients do to ensure they have a safe place to store their hard-earned dollars. Moreover, we take no greater joy than when we are able to make someone’s dream happen with a loan for their new car, home, business, or agricultural production.
Above all, however, I could not accomplish this without my incredible staff. Each one of them is the embodiment of my business principles, and they all know the importance of going beyond banking as usual for our clients. There is a reason we are the Oldest Bank in Montana, we believe in our state and are here for Montana. If you are looking for a bank, I encourage you to stop into one of our beautiful offices and meet our employees; moreover, feel free to reach out and give me a call.
Michael E. Grove
History of the Bank
Founded in 1883 with $50,000 in capital, Bank of the Rockies was first called the Bank of Meagher County.
In 1885, the Bank received its national charter and became First National Bank of White Sulphur Springs, a name that it kept for the next 113 years.
Since its founding, the Bank has had several owners. In 1973, the Bank was purchased by Michael E. Grove, current President and Chief Executive Officer. Bank of the Rockies is a subsidiary of Countricorp, a bank holding company of which Mr. Grove is the President and majority shareholder.
In April 2001, the Oldest Bank in Montana settled on its new name—Bank of the Rockies, N.A.
Bank of the Rockies has grown significantly since it began expanding in 1996 and now provides quality banking services, excellent community reinvestment and employment opportunities throughout Meagher, Park, Fergus, Gallatin, and Lewis and Clark counties.
In 2019, Bank of the Rockies, N.A. converted to a state charter and subsequently removed the National Association “N.A” from its name.