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First National Bank Invests $2 Million With Dakota Resources

Blog, News & Events on June 30th. Comments Off on First National Bank Invests $2 Million With Dakota Resources

First National Bank has provided a $2 million Equity-Equivalent Investment to the Dakota Resources Capital Investment Fund, announced Jeff Jones, Market President, First National Bank.

The $2 million investment, which includes the renewal of an existing $700,000 Equity-Equivalent Investment from the bank plus an additional $1.3 million, reflects First National Bank’s commitment to building strong local economies in the South Dakota rural market.

The investment will be used as loan funds to support businesses, affordable housing and other community development projects in the rural South Dakota counties of Yankton, Bon Homme, Beadle, Davison, Sanborn and Hanson through Dakota Resources Capital Investment Fund loans to development organizations serving those markets.

“At First National Bank, we believe that a successful community is one that is home to local businesses of all sizes and types that produce a variety of goods and services. That’s why we … Read More »


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