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  • Reliance Bank is excited to announce the arrival of our latest checking account option, Boost Checking! With Boost Checking you can get 2.02% APY interest paid on balances up to $20,000, no monthly maintenance fee and no minimum balance. To learn more about this amazing account option visit a local Reliance Bank branch or click here

  • Reliance Bank is the first bank in the St. Louis metropolitan area to have Charging Centers for the “Pokémon Go” game. Players of the popular smartphone game are invited to stop by any of the bank’s branches to charge their phones and enter to win a Pokémon Trainer Starter Pack basket. Click Here

  • Get a virtual tour of our new branch in Frontenac with this video. See all the different features and new technology this branch has to offer and how it’s part of the Frontenac community!

  • Here at Reliance Bank we believe we have a checking or savings account to fit your needs and best suit your lifestyle. Come in to a local branch and learn about all the new product sets we just recently released and let us help one that best suits you!

  • Reliance Bank is a community bank, which means we like to focus on local businesses and smaller businesses to help them grow and become a larger more prominent corporation in the community. We love St. Louis and doing business and banking with the companies and organizations that call it home.

  • When you or your business banks with a large corporate bank you never know who you will talk to or where that person might be located. However with Reliance Bank, you have the pleasure of knowing that since we are a local bank, you will be talking with someone who is also local. Someone who understands the importance of your business and banking needs.

  • Whether you are a large corporation or a small business, we have the perfect products and tools to help you continue to grow your company. Check out this video to learn more about our product sets and how we can help you and your business.

  • Listen to Frontenac Mayor Keith Krieg talk about how excited he is to welcome the new innovative bank location, which houses a Tim Hortons Express Cafe and leading technology to the area!

  • Reliance Bank is excited to announce our latest partnership with the Tim Hortons brand as we open the very first Tim Hortons Cafe and Bake Shop in a banking facility in the United States in our newest branch in Frontenac, MO.

    Meet Eric Sigurdson, President of Show-Me-Hospitality, and the St. Louis area developer for Tim Hortons Cafe and Bake Shop and listen as he talks about how Reliance Bank and Tim Hortons is committed to doing business differently and how this partnership is an exciting one for not only the businesses but the community as a whole.

    To learn more about Tim Hortons please visit timhortons.com.

  • Learn more about Gourmet to Go, a thriving business in St. Louis with three locations, one of which is steps away from our new Frontenac Branch in Ladue, MO. Owner Martha Uhlhorn talks about her business, her community and how Reliance Bank is a part of the community not only in Frontenac but throughout the St. Louis area.

    Gourmet to Go offers corporate catering, box lunches, distinctive nightly entrées, made-to-order sandwiches, a wide assortment of salads,soups, dips, appetizers and baked goods, all ready “to go” for busy customers. To learn more about Gourmet to Go please visit gourmettogo.com.

  • When Veronica Holden, owner of La Mancha Coffeehouse and the daughter of a Puerto Rican immigrant, had the dream of opening her own coffee shop in north St. Louis city she knew she couldn’t do it without a little help. She went to Justine PETERSEN to apply for a small business loan and with their help and guidance was able to make her dream a reality.

  • Check out just a few of our fabulous neighbors in The Grove in St. Louis! We are opening our newest branch on February 17, 2015 and are excited to call Rise Coffee, Urban Chestnut, Caribbean Creme, Green Shag Market and Tower Grove Baptist Church our neighbors and our customers!

  • When David Wolfe, co-founder and operator of Urban Chestnut Brewing Company, reached his five-year business plan in a short two years he knew he needed to look for larger space to expand his business. He came to The Grove and saw citizens who were looking to improve the city of St. Louis and a neighborhood that was on the upswing.

  • When Jessie Mueller opened Rise Coffee House in The Grove last year there weren’t any other businesses in the same block. Despite all of the buildings being boarded up Jessie saw something magical about The Grove and decided it was the perfect location for her new coffee shop. Now, one year later, she is excited to see new growth and expansion in the community she calls home.

  • When mother and son team Karen and Dan Tipton opened the Green Shag Market they had a vision of providing a cool antique mall with different spaces available for consignment. Flash forward and they now have 60 unique spaces with many creative vendors, artists and crafters where repurposed items are sold daily. Their slogan is reclaim, reuse and repurpose and that is exactly what they do!

  • When Veronica Holden, owner of La Mancha Coffeehouse and the daughter of a Puerto Rican immigrant, had the dream of opening her own coffee shop in north St. Louis city she knew she couldn’t do it without a little help. She went to Justine PETERSEN to apply for a small business loan and with their help and guidance was able to make her dream a reality.

  • When Steve Walters, President of Caribbean Creme, and his brother started their company in 1992 they knew they would need the help of community-minded banks in the area to help them expand their brand. Now, over 20 years later, Caribbean Creme has grown from just being a St. Louis based company to now servicing 35 states.

  • When Veronica Holden, owner of La Mancha Coffeehouse and the daughter of a Puerto Rican immigrant, had the dream of opening her own coffee shop in north St. Louis city she knew she couldn’t do it without a little help. She went to Justine PETERSEN to apply for a small business loan and with their help and guidance was able to make her dream a reality.