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Quarterly Market Review Q3 2020

Bank experts give an overview of the markets for the third quarter of 2020.  This market commentary includes a discussion of the COVID government relief efforts to stimulate the economy and stats on how the markets are performing.

Bank of Blue Valley Donates $20,000 to Fairview Elementary School

Bank of Blue Valley supports Fairview Elementary School to honor teachers who are working harder than ever for their students.

July 2020 Market Review

An unprecedented response begets an unprecedented response

Bank of Blue Valley’s Commercial Credit Card Program Nationally Ranked For A Fifth Year in a Row

For the fifth year in a row, Bank of Blue Valley has been ranked among the top U.S. commercial credit card issuers for purchase volume growth.

President Wendy Reynolds Named a 2020 Kansas City Business Journal Women Who Mean Business Honoree

Wendy Reynolds, our President, has recently been named a 2020 Kansas City Business Journal Women Who Mean Business honoree.

Coronavirus and the Economy

COVID-19 pushed the economy into bear market territory faster than any other time in history. Our experts provide a market review of the first four months of 2020.

Bank of Blue Valley Contributes $100,000 for COVID-19 Community Relief Efforts in Kansas City & Northeast Kansas

Bank directs immediate funds for medical supplies, emergency meals, and grants to small businesses.

Bank of Blue Valley provides relief and support to employees and customers in wake of COVID-19

We are committed to protecting the health and well-being of employees, customers and the communities we call home.

Parent Company of Bank of Blue Valley Recognized as a Forbes Best Bank in America for 2020

Bank of Blue Valley, through its parent company, Heartland Financial USA, Inc., has been named a “Forbes Best Bank 2020.”

Bank of Blue Valley Introduces Security Brief

Keeping up with cyber security best practices can be a little overwhelming, but the professionals at Bank of Blue Valley created a list of the top three steps businesses and individuals can take to protect themselves.