Choose the account that will help your company reach its goals
Business Analyzed Checking
Optimize your financial performance and reduce or eliminate service charges with a competitive earnings credit rate.
Commercial Suite Checking
Streamline cash management and payment processes with an account that extends beyond traditional checking.
Business Value 500 Checking
Do more for your business with an affordable checking account made for growing companies.
Commercial Interest Checking
Get the convenience of a traditional checking account combined with interest earning potential.
Get exclusive checking for legal professionals who manage general trust funds.
Public Fund Analyzed Checking
Get a checking account specifically for organizations and public entities with a high level of cash management needs.
Earn interest and offset fees with an earnings credit for your large business, nonprofit organization or public entity.
What you'll need to open an account
Here's all the information you'll need to open your account online or in a branch. Please note: You'll need this information for each of your business owners, beneficial owners (25% stake or more), and authorized signers. Learn more about the requirements for opening a business account
For the organization
- Federal Tax ID
- Legal business name
- "Doing business as" name, if applicable
- Business incorporation details and issue date
- State registrations, if applicable
- Business address (both physical and mailing addresses)
- Stock or ticker symbol, if publicly traded
For business owners
- Home address
- Date of birth
- Social Security or Tax ID number
- A copy of your government-issued ID (See details about the requirements for your government-issued ID)
- Business title (Controlling Person only)
- Ownership percentage (Beneficial Owners only)
Opening your account at a branch? Before your visit, please complete the Beneficial Ownership Certification (PDF).
Opening your account online? You'll be able to enter the required information in your application.
Select your state
For a complete list of account fees, see our Business Services Pricing Guide (PDF).
See our Commercial Bank Services Agreement (PDF) for more information.
Learn more about your account, including fees and ways you can avoid them.
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