Kayla Pederson – Security National Bank of SD

Contact Info:

Address:

6601 S. Louise Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57108

Website: www.snbsd.com

Email: kpederson@SNBSD.com

Phone: (605)977-9037

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About Security National Bank of SD

We believe EVERYTHING MATTERS — your plans, dreams and all the little steps in between.

We believe what was worth doing well yesterday is still worth doing well today. People change and banking changes, but our time-tested principles remain.

We believe integrity, honor, open-mindedness, efficiency, good humor, respect, duty and human connection matter in life — and in banking.

We believe doing what’s right is the only way to take care of customers, empower businesses, help farms grow, inspire our community and accomplish the remarkable.

Our Promise

  • To do what’s right, because it matters.
  • To help you achieve your financial goals because they matter.
  • To be your trustworthy financial partner, because you matter.

Our Services

When it comes to your financial life, everything matters — from your everyday plans, to your goals and dreams, to the legacy you leave behind.

We are a full-service financial institution, here to help you with every step:

CHECKING ACCOUNTS
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
MOBILE & ONLINE BANKING
PERSONAL LOANS
BUSINESS SERVICES
FARM & AG SERVICES
WEALTH MANAGEMENT

Our History

Security National Bank of South Dakota is a subsidiary of Security National Corporation, which was chartered in 1884 in Sioux City, Iowa, and founded on the time-tested principles of integrity, honor, open-mindedness, efficiency, good humor, respect, duty and human connection.

These principles served as guideposts that enabled SNB to withstand the economic panic of the late 1800s, the Great Depression, two World Wars and the farm crisis; and emerge as one of the region’s most established and trustworthy locally owned banks, with more than $1 billion in assets.

Today, Security National Bank of South Dakota is a locally owned, full-service community bank with branches located in Sioux Falls and Dakota Dunes.