About Farm Bureau Bank
Farm Bureau Bank FSB is a wholly owned subsidiary of FB BanCorp and organized under federal law as a Federal Savings Bank. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) is the primary federal
regulator of Farm Bureau Bank, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has back-up regulatory authority. Farm Bureau Bank has the authority to exercise all powers available
to Federal Savings Banks.
Farm Bureau Bank History
In March 1998 FB BanCorp was organized as a general business corporation under Nevada law. FB BanCorp received its equity capital from 40 Farm Bureau State Federations and Insurance
Company investors to support the formation of Farm Bureau Bank FSB.
On July 12, 1999, Farm Bureau Bank FSB received its FDIC insurance and opened its doors, paving the way for a new and exciting way for Farm Bureau members to bank.
As of December 31, 2012, Farm Bureau Bank was operating with over $605 million in assets.
We Are Farm Bureau's Bank.
We will leverage our relationships to proactively meet the needs of our Members, Partners and Sales Agents.
Our Operating Principles
- We will build a culture that is obsessed with serving our Members, Agents and Business Partners.
- We will succeed by developing strong relationships based on respect and integrity with our Members, Business Partners and fellow Employees.
- We will create an open, collaborative environment where we communicate frequently and seek input from our Employees, Business Partners and Members.
- We will foster an entrepreneurial environment where we embrace change by continuously looking for opportunities to improve our business.
- We will strive for excellence and empower each other to deliver what we promise.
- We will prudently mange our resources and seek a fair return to our shareholders.