Edgewater Bank is a community bank that is100+-years strong. Compared to larger, corporate banks in Michigan, we go against the tide. Bigger banks must streamline their processes and services. They tell you what they can offer. There is little give-and-take to fit your business’s exact needs.
As our customers below explain, Edgewater Bank takes a very flexible, personalized, one-on-one approach to business banking. We listen to you. Find out what you are trying to accomplish with your money … then tailor a plan to help you meet your goals. We’re proud to be a real local bank, making decisions and strengthening business relationships right here. We hope to share your success story soon.
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Conybeare Law Office, P.C.
“We switched to a bank that values personal connections.” When the bank that Conybeare Law Office originally used was bought by a larger one, the firm’s owner, Barry Conybeare, started looking. He didn’t want bigger, he wanted a local bank that genuinely cared about his firm, his family, clients and community. Conybeare Law switched to Edgewater Bank and began one of our longest commercial banking relationships in St. Joseph.
If you want a bank that fosters lasting business relationships, come to Edgewater Bank. To protect your personal injury rights, call Conybeare Law. We’re both local businesses working for local people like you.
“Our orchard business matters to Edgewater Bank, just like each of our customers matters to us.” When Sarah Jollay, partner at Jollay Orchards, goes into Edgewater Bank she knows her business is valued. She’s greeted by name. So are her employees and family. When Sarah conducts more extensive commercial loan business, we are always ready with the help she needs. No waiting. We know small business owners have no time to waste.
Want your bank to value your business, come to Edgewater Bank. Looking for fresh produce and farm fun, visit Jollay Orchards. We are two local businesses where you matter.
RyeBelles Restaurant & Bar
“We want a bank that makes their decisions locally … including deciding to eat regularly at our restaurant.” When RyeBelles’ owner Jim Champion and manager Nat Bishop wanted to expand the restaurant, they went to Edgewater Bank for a commercial loan. They liked that we make our business banking decisions locally. It’s a more personal and caring approach that is based on making this area a better place to live and work. But loans aren’t our only local business decision. When our bank staff gets hungry, we often decide to go to RyeBelles. It’s a win-win choice for both of us.
Planning to expand your business? Stop by Edgewater Bank. Want a great meal? Head to RyeBelles. We’re both dedicated to satisfying locals.