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Nebraska: Banks’ Economic Impact

Banks support Nebraska’s economy with consumer, business and other loans, and by providing more than 17,000 people with a rewarding place to work.

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  • 17,814Employees

  • $1.6 BTotal Annual Compensation & Benefits

  • $87,941Average Total Compensation & Benefits

  • 149Banks Headquartered in State

Source: FDIC Call Report 2022Q4, Bureau of Labor Statistics 2022, ABA analysis



  • $5.2 BNew Home Loans Booked in 2022

  • 19,428Number of New Home Loans in 2022

  • $235,000Median New Home Loan Size in 2022

  • $3.3 BSmall Business Loans

  • 116.5 KNumber of Small Business Loans

  • $27,996Average Small Business Loan

  • $230 MSmall Farm Loans

  • 3,303Number of Small Farm Loans

  • $69,626Average Small Farm Loan

Signing loan documents in the parking lot

Safely Serving Nebraska Customers

Signing loan documents in the parking lot

Nebraska’s Washington County Bank accommodates customers during the COVID-19 pandemic by adapting its services to follow social distancing guidelines. Lobbies were closed, and loan documents were signed in the parking lot so customers and employees can maintain a safe distance. Vice President Mike Tupa is seen here assisting a customer at the bank’s Blair location.

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Source: FFIEC HMDA 2022, FFIEC CRA 2021, FDIC Call Report 2022Q4, ABA analysis



  • $83.8 BDeposits

  • 170Banks Operating Branches

  • 1,040Branches & Offices

  • 227Branches Offering Low Fee Bank On-certified Accounts

Security First Bank's drive-up lane

Ready to Serve Small-Town Customers

Security First Bank's drive-up lane

Security First Bank created a “drive-up lane” outside of their Cody, Nebraska location for customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. With a total population of 154, Cody’s residents are accustomed to banking in the branch, so this creative adaptation allows the bank to safely serve its customers during a time of need.

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Source: FDIC Summary of Deposits 2022Q2, CFE Fund, ABA analysis

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