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Online and Mobile Banking Enhancements Coming May 18

On Monday, May 18th, we are enhancing our Online and Mobile Banking Platforms. The enhancement is primarily cosmetic in nature and is focused on enhancing the user experience. The most noticeable changes will occur to the dashboard landing page once you log in. New features and benefits: Say hi! We’ll greet you by your preferred name

What to do When Your Coronavirus Stockpile Runs Low

You stocked up early, but now you’ve depleted your supplies. Or you bought just what you could find and it wasn’t enough to last. Whatever the case, your coronavirus stockpile is running low. But the pandemic and corresponding shopping frenzy are still ongoing. So what should you do now? We consulted experts to answer some of the

Kim Storey, SBA Manager, Featured on WCCO

Kim Storey, SBA Manager, shared her insights on helping businesses obtain Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans on WCCO! We are proud of Kim and all the additional resources who stepped up and went the extra mile to support our business community during these rapidly changing times! Watch the clip here:   Watch Now  

Angie Trocke, Commercial Banker

Angie Trocke Promoted to Vice President

Please join us in congratulating Angie Trocke on her recent promotion to Vice President of Commercial Banking. Trocke joined Highland in 2004, and works with small to mid-size business clients. She serves both commercial and non-profit customers. Since joining Highland, Trocke has held positions as a Commercial Banking Associate, CBA Manager, Assistant Vice President of Commercial Banking,

CEO Rick Wall Shares Expertise on COVID-19 Financial Support

As a trusted financial advisor to our clients and community, we are working around the clock to share the most up to date and accurate information with you regarding financial assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our CEO, Rick Wall, is a featured expert on a webinar hosted by Jon Keimig of the Family Business Center

Small Business Emergency Loans – DEED

The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) is creating an Emergency Loan Program to assist small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Small businesses are a vital part of Minnesota’s economy and this program will provide a source of working capital to help businesses sustain operations during this challenging time. Highland Bank has

Loan Deferral Program

The challenge that the coronavirus (COVID-19) represents to us, our families and communities is like nothing that we have ever experienced before. All of us find ourselves having to process this uncertainty, anxiety and heightened risk together. What is most important now is that we all focus on staying safe and healthy.   As a

MN Small Businesses can apply for SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Program

The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering designated states and territories low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Small businesses can apply directly to the SBA at https://disasterloan.sba.gov Program Guidelines Loan Purpose: Pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable, rent, mortgage payments, and