5 Reasons to Switch to RBAZ
As a successful business owner and driving force behind Arizona’s thriving economy, you deserve the best banking experience you can find.
Here are the top five reasons we think you should switch your deposit relationship to Republic Bank of Arizona:
1 Best CD Rates in Town
Our CD rates rank in the top 10 as compared to other financial institutions in the Valley, and we’re significantly higher than many of the big banks. For example, our 6-month CD pays 1.55% APY on deposits as low as $1,000.* Give yourself a raise and move your CD accounts to RBAZ.
2 Robust Earning Credit
With an earnings credit allowance of 0.75%, you could be earning three times the amount you’re earning now. If you’re currently paying a service charge on your business checking account, let us help you save more (maybe even three times more) and pay less.
3 Attentive Bankers
If your current banker doesn’t know your name or your business, you need to talk to us. Our bankers will get to know you and your business, and give you their utmost attention. If you have a question, concern, or just need some advice, your banker will be there to help you. That’s a promise.
4 Knowledge of Local Markets
As a homegrown bank, we are extremely knowledgeable about the local market, and can provide valuable guidance in support of your business activities. We want to be your trusted advisor and will work hard to earn that position in your company.
5 Caring Culture
As a business owner, you want to be assured you’re partnering with a company whose values align with your own. A company that’s committed to supporting the community it serves. Our commitment to do the right thing to support our community runs deep. Our internal Culture Club helps keep us focused, organized, and motivated to achieve our end goals with regard to community service.
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Contact us today and we’ll get you directed to the best person to discuss your immediate needs.
*Rate effective February 5, 2019. Minimum opening deposit is $1,000. APY = Annual Percentage Yield. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal(s). Interest is earned on a daily basis and credited to the account each month. Fees may reduce earnings. Rates are subject to change.