BANK OF BRIDGER
- Bank Name:Bank of Bridger
- Bank Class:National Bank - FED Member
- Member FDIC:Certificate #2224
- Routing Number:N/A
- Locations:12 Branches in 2 states
- Web Address:bankofbridger.com
BANK OF BRIDGER INFORMATION
Bank of Bridger was founded in May 1906 and is based in Bridger, Montana. The bank operates as a subsidiary of The Bridger Company. According to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation records and based on the institution's charter type, Bank of Bridger is classified as a commercial bank, national (federal) charter and Fed member, supervised by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). Bank of Bridger is a FDIC-insured bank with certificate number of 2224. The assigned Fed RSSD ID of Bank of Bridger is 17950.
Bank of Bridger currently operates with 12 branches located in 2 states. The bank has most branches in Montana and Wyoming. Bank of Bridger is the 15th largest bank in Montana with 8 branches; 16th in Wyoming with 4 branches.
Bank routing number is a 9 digit code which is necessary to process Fedwire funds transfers, process direct deposits, bill payments, and other such automated transfers. We currently do not have a routing number for Bank of Bridger in our database.
The full address of bank headquarters is 101 South Main Street, Bridger, MT 59014. You can visit the official website of the bank at https://www.bankofbridger.com for more information and online banking service if available. For a list of all Bank of Bridger branches and detailed branch information like hours of operation, phone number and address; please refine your search by selecting a location from the map or list.
BANK OF BRIDGER BRANCH LOCATIONS
HISTORY OF BANK OF BRIDGER
Below is a list of some important events in banks history, including mergers and acquisitions.
02-13-2018Main Office moved to 101 S. Main Street, Bridger, MT 59014.
03-06-2004Main Office moved to 101 South Main Street, Bridger, MT 59014.
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