Lewis & Clark Bank
- Finance & Insurance
Headquartered in Oregon City, Oregon, Lewis & Clark Bank was established as a state-chartered commercial bank in December, 2006. A group of community bankers, along with a diverse Board of Directors, formulated the operating plan to provide tailored financial services to clients with speed, flexibility, and local decision making. The founders envisioned a locally based bank focused on providing personalized services to meet the needs of its clientele, and one whose management would make decisions based on interactions with the community and an understanding of local needs and circumstances.
Today, Lewis & Clark Bank provides an array of real-estate secured loan products, including commercial real estate loans, construction and land development loans, and commercial lines of credit. Other loan products enhance the ability of the bank to provide clients with full service lending needs.
The Bank offers top-notch service to business and professional accounts, with competitively priced deposit products and an experienced banking staff interested in exploring ways to meet unique business needs. For individuals seeking higher yields with money market accounts and time certificates of deposit, Lewis & Clark Bank has designed tiered interest bearing accounts to take the guess work out of finding the best interest rate for your funds, both now and as they grow in the future.
We cordially invite you to explore the pathway to a banking relationship that will provide you and your business with consistent and personalized service.
- Business Solutions
- Personal Solutions
- Online Banking
We are located in the Oregon ity Shopping Center next to Starbucks.
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