December 13, 2017
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First Interstate Bank is a multi-state banking organization headquartered in Billings, Montana. First Interstate has evolved since 1968 from a single bank in Sheridan, Wyoming to operating 71 branches and over 100 ATMs in Montana, Wyoming, and South Dakota. First Interstate Bank is the principal subsidiary of First Interstate BancSystem, Inc., a financial holding company. First Interstate Bank will consistently strive to set itself apart as a high performance, multi-state financial services company. The bank has the vision to maintain and enhance their leadership in the financial and social fabric of the communities they serve, through a commitment to customer satisfaction, creative management, productive employees, shareholder value, and community involvement, to be recognized as clearly superior, to exercise business leadership through a highly professional and dedicated team of owners, managers and employees who are able to adapt strategically and dynamically to external change;
General Informations
HQ Address: 401 North 31st Street, 59101, Billings, MT, USA
Opening Times: Click to view Opening Times
Phone: 1-800-342-0388
Fax: N/A
Web: First Interstate Bank
E-mail: N/A
Branches: N/A Founded: 1968

The bank was established on the principles and values of our founder, Homer Scott, Sr. In 1968, Mr. Scott purchased the Bank of Commerce in Sheridan, Wyoming and began building his vision of a premier community bank.In 1971, Mr. Scott incorporated our company as a holding company and over the next 10 years acquired two more banks and established six de novo banks within various communities of Montana and Wyoming. By 1981, our company had grown to 10 branches. In 1984, our company purchased a franchise agreement with First Interstate Bancorp to use the First Interstate Bank name and logo. In 1996, when First Interstate Bancorp of California merged with another banking institution, our bank negotiated to retain the First Interstate name. By the end of 1999, we had grown to 42 branch locations through a combination of de novo start-ups and acquisitions.
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