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The facade of Premier Valley Bank, formerly Yosemite Bank. Photo from Sierra News Online archives.

OACC Business Spotlight: Premier Valley Bank

Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce Business Spotlight

OAKHURST, CAPremier Valley Bank, a member of Heartland Financial USA, Inc. (NASDAQ: HTLF) which operates under the brand name HTLF, continues to display consistent strength in the commercial payments space. Nilson Report ranked HTLF among the top U.S. commercial credit card issuers for the seventh year in a row.

The staff of the Oakhurst Branch of Premier Valley Bank. OACC Photo.

HTLF saw a 48 percent increase in purchase volume growth and ranked 31st overall among purchasing and fleet card issuers, an improvement from 36th in 2020.

Nilson Report ranking reflects HTLF’s innovative approach to digital technology products and providing excellent customer education and experiences.

“Companies can improve cash flow, manage expenses and reduce payment fraud by partnering with us. We help businesses define and implement a comprehensive payments strategy,” said Lo B. Nestman, President and CEO of Premier  Valley Bank.

“With our suite of payment solutions including integrated payables, virtual cards, and contactless cards, Premier Valley Bank is helping clients streamline their AP process, optimize working capital and create a recurring revenue stream.”

Also, HTLF was again recognized this year by Forbes as one of “America’s Best Banks,” earning our best ranking yet of #28 amongst a nationwide group of 100 leading banking organizations with assets ranging from $9 billion to over $2 trillion.

For 50 years, Nilson Report has been a respected source of payments, industry news, and market insight. Nilson analyzes and reports on the performance of hundreds of credit, debit, and prepaid card issuers, transaction acquirers, and technology vendors with an unbiased perspective.


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