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Customized Financial Solutions for Montana Cannabis Businesses

Cannabis companies in Montana have distinct requirements, necessitating financial services that cater specifically to their unique needs. Herring Bank meets this demand by delivering specialized banking solutions to licensed cannabis-related entities, including dispensaries and cultivation operations. By offering business savings and checking accounts designed with these businesses in mind, Herring Bank ensures effective cash flow management and meticulous handling of financial transactions.

Herring Bank’s commitment to offering a full range of banking services is evident in its digital solutions. Online and mobile banking have become essential for businesses aiming to maintain seamless financial operations, regardless of their physical location or the time. The financial toolkit available to Montana’s cannabis businesses is expanded with the provision of debit cards, check services, tiered money market accounts, and other financial offerings, ensuring these businesses enjoy access to financial services on par with any other industry.

  • Checking and savings accounts

  • Online banking with 24/7 access

  • Payment Processing

  • Electronic tax payments

  • FDIC Insured accounts

  • Cash pick-up and delivery services

  • Investment options

  • Employee accounts

  • Direct deposit payroll

  • ACH payments

  • Wire Services

  • Cannabis Business Advisory

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