Eagle Bank is truly a “Community Bank” with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes owning the bank on behalf of their approximately 8,000 members. Eagle Bank is unique because it is one of very few banks owned by a Native American Tribe and the only bank whose holding company is organized under Section 17 of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934. While Eagle Bank is tribally owned, it is open to everyone and seeks to provide competitively priced financial services to all residents located in Lake County and the surrounding areas.
Eagle Bank is the result of nearly two decades of research and development into the feasibility and potential for a tribally owned financial institution and represents a logical extension of the Tribes investment in economic development on the Flathead Reservation. Presently, we are located at 80 Heritage Lane in Polson, MT. We invite you to stop by and experience Eagle Bank’s commitment to full service community banking – where we believe in Lifetime Service ~ Lifetime Friendship.
Our mission is to provide superior financial services while fostering lifetime relationships based on our philosophy that people matter most.
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