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New Money Special

12 Month CD at 3.00% APY*

Minimum Opening Balance of $100,000 required.    At least $100,000 must be "new funds" which means not on deposit at DMB Community Bank within the past 30 days.  Penalty for early withdrawal.  Rates subject to change without notice.   Fees could reduce earnings.  

*Annual Percentage Yield (APY) accurate as of 9/15/2022.

Contact a Financial Services Representative at 608.846.3711 for more information about our specials!

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Free Community Shred Event

DMB Community Bank
Wednesday, October 19, 2022 | 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

SHRED ITEMS CONTAINING PERSONAL INFORMATION

At our FREE Community Shred Day, you are welcome to bring up to three boxes (up to 50 pounds) of paper, and we’ll shred it for you—on the spot.
Only paper products will be accepted for shredding.
  • File folders, checks, junk mail, old tax forms, etc.
  • Staples, paper clips or rubber bands do not need to be removed.
  • No ring binders and no media such as CDs, floppy discs, tapes, credit cards, etc.
  • No plastic bags are shredded. Customers should contain materials to be shredded in a paper bag.
  • Confirmation of destruction will be given to each customer who brings information in to be shredded!

On-site shredding courtesy of

 

DMB Named One of the 200 Healthiest Banks in the Country for 2021

DEFOREST, Wisconsin— A banking industry website has named DMB Community Bank one of the 200 healthiest banks in the country for 2021.

DepositAccounts.com evaluates the financial health of more than 4,631 federally chartered banks in the United States, according to a news release from the site.  The banks are graded on a number of factors, including capitalization, deposit growth and loan to reserve ratios.

DMB Community Bank came in as the 38th healthiest bank in the country, and ranked 2nd in Wisconsin, according to the news release.  Evaluators gave the bank an A+ rating. 

DMB Community Bank, a $620 million bank established in 1922, offers a full range of personal and business financial services including consumer, real estate, and business lending.