Nodaway Valley Bank has been ranked one of the top 100 best-performing community banks out of 3,781 banks with assets below $3 billion for 2022 by S & P Global Market Intelligence. Community banks rankings are based on returns, growth and efficiency with emphasis on strength and risk profile of balance sheets.
S & P Global Intelligence is a world-leading provider of financial information services. It began ranking community banks in 2011. NVB also ranked in the top 50 of 1,848 banks with less than $10 million in assets within their Midwest region which covers 13 states.
Nodaway Valley Bank was founded in Maryville, Missouri in 1868 and is the largest independently owned and managed bank in northwest Missouri. In 1990, it expanded into Andrew County with a new facility in Savannah, followed by St. Joseph in 1995 and Mound City in 2007. The bank entered the Kansas City Northland in 2020 with two full service locations in Platte City and Smithville. In that time, the bank’s resources have grown eight fold to $1.3 billion at year-end 2022.
Nodaway Valley Bank has a diversified $800 million loan portfolio comprised of commercial, agricultural and real estate loans and plans to open a loan production office in Liberty, Missouri during the second quarter of 2023.