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Spring Valley

History & Motto

Beginning operations in 1997, Spring Valley was founded by Gerald Robinson, a local attorney, entrepreneur, and

real estate developer. Mr. Robinson, a Cincinnati Native, identified the region's need for a community bank offering

personal banking and real estate investment lending.

Spring Valley's real estate financing niche has flourished from our knowledge of the Greater Cincinnati real estate market and our tailored approach to lending that separates us from the ‘big banks’. We offer an experienced management team dedicated to providing personal attention to our customers and maintaining simple banking practices.

The name Spring Valley represents our location on Springfield Pike, in an area of SW Ohio historically referred to as the Millcreek Valley. To this day, we serve the community from our original location as the bank known for having roots, not branches. 

Our legacy to fiscally strengthen our customers and the community continues... 

In Loving Memory of Gerald Robinson

Community Banking
with Spring Valley

SV specializes in relationship banking

We know our customers, and unlike the large banks that rely on impersonal criteria, we can look beyond the generic and give regard to individual circumstances and experience.

Community banks play a large role as leading lenders to local small businesses

Personal relationships with the people and businesses of Greater Cincinnati allows us to understand the unique needs and perspectives of the local community. Our partnerships are more than a just lending money, they are enriching communities.

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The money you put into SV stays in your community 

Your money stays local with loans to neighborhood small businesses & sponsorships of community initiatives. Banking with SV is synonymous with shopping locally. 

SV recognizes the people of the community

You are more than another account number or loan application. We work with you to offer individual solutions based on a relationship-driven decisioning making process.

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