Chattanooga Banking

Convenience and Customer Service Lead the Way

Banking in Chattanooga is a breeze with an assortment of options from national, regional, and local banks. Businesses and individuals alike have access to loan institutions, credit unions, and savings organizations that can take care of needs both big and small. 

For personal banking services, residents can enjoy everything from checking and savings accounts, debit and credit cards, and loans of all types. Additionally, long-term financial solutions such as portfolio management, financial planning, and retirement plans are offered. Residents can also receive assistance with matters such as pensions, trusts, and insurance needs.

Businesses of all sizes operating across an array of industries enjoy a wide range of services such as checking and deposits, treasury management, and business loans. Assistance is also readily available for employee benefit plans and successionplanning.

For convenience, individuals and businesses have access to a variety of digital and mobile banking options in addition to in-person customer services. To further cater to Chattanooga residents and business owners, banks and credit unions offer extended hours of operation to best meet their customers’ needs. As online banking services continue to grow, the security of personal assets has been and remains a top priority. 

Banking in the Scenic City has no signs of slowing down anytime soon. To expand their offerings and provide even greater customer service, in 2020, FB Financial Corporation (the parent company of First-Bank) acquired Franklin Bank in a $600 million deal, and First Horizon National Corporation merged with IberiaBank.

First Volunteer Bank also gained acclaim with its selection by the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) as one of the top 25 best-performing community banks. In 2021, Chattanooga is expected to welcome RockPoint Bank, the largest bank startup in over a decade. Local and regional mainstays, who have been serving the Chattanooga area for decades, continue to offer new products and services to meet their clients’ needs.

Did you know?

Likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting stimulus checks, Chattanoogan’s bank deposits – as of June 30, 2020 – were up nearly 12% from a year earlier and marked a record high of more than $12 billion.

Convenience and Customer Service Lead the Way

Banking in Chattanooga is a breeze with an assortment of options from national, regional, and local banks. Businesses and individuals alike have access to loan institutions, credit unions, and savings organizations that can take care of needs both big and small. 

For personal banking services, residents can enjoy everything from checking and savings accounts, debit and credit cards, and loans of all types. Additionally, long-term financial solutions such as portfolio management, financial planning, and retirement plans are offered. Residents can also receive assistance with matters such as pensions, trusts, and insurance needs.

Businesses of all sizes operating across an array of industries enjoy a wide range of services such as checking and deposits, treasury management, and business loans. Assistance is also readily available for employee benefit plans and succession planning.

For convenience, individuals and businesses have access to a variety of digital and mobile banking options in addition to in-person customer services. To further cater to Chattanooga residents and business owners, banks and credit unions offer extended hours of operation to best meet their customers’ needs. As online banking services continue to grow, the security of personal assets has been and remains a top priority. 

Banking in the Scenic City has no signs of slowing down anytime soon. To expand their offerings and provide even greater customer service, in 2020, FB Financial Corporation (the parent company of First-Bank) acquired Franklin Bank in a $600 million deal, and First Horizon National Corporation merged with IberiaBank.

First Volunteer Bank also gained acclaim with its selection by the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) as one of the top 25 best-performing community banks. In 2021, Chattanooga is expected to welcome RockPoint Bank, the largest bank startup in over a decade. Local and regional mainstays, who have been serving the Chattanooga area for decades, continue to offer new products and services to meet their clients’ needs.

Did you know?

Likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting stimulus checks, Chattanoogan’s bank deposits – as of June 30, 2020 – were up nearly 12% from a year earlier and marked a record high of more than $12 billion.

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