Arizona Bank & Trust
Signature Series Checking

Receive a high interest rate on large balances and robust benefits from our premier account. Enjoy add-ons such as concierge travel services, free checks and more.

This Signature stands out!

Our Signature Series interest-bearing checking account rewards those with higher balances. In addition to a competitive interest rate, Signature Series clients receive waived fees on incoming domestic wires and stop payments when minimum average daily balance is met.

1.06% APY
On Balances Above $250,0001

$50,000
Average Daily Balance2
or $100,000 in total relationship3
balance for the cycle month to avoid
$9 monthly maintenance fee

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Consumer Fee Schedule

1Signature Series Checking Annual Percentage Yields (APY) are accurate as of 12/14/2019. APY tiers apply to the following balances: 0.00% APY on balances of $0.00 to $49,999.99. 0.55% APY on balances of $50,000.00 up to $149,999.99. 0.70% APY on balances of $150,000.00 up to $249,999.99. 1.06% APY on balances of $250,000.00 and above. Rates and terms may change after the account is opened. Keep minimum average daily balance of $50,000 or $100,000 in total relationship balance for the cycle month to avoid $9 monthly maintenance fee. Wire-in Domestic and Stop Payment fees waived when minimum average daily balance requirement is met. Minimum deposit to open account is $1,000. Fees may reduce earnings. Foreign ATM fees of up to $20 per monthly statement cycle will be refunded if at least one direct deposit per month posted within the monthly statement cycle. Signature Series Checking is a Consumer Checking account. $50,000 minimum balance required to obtain APY.

2The average balance is calculated by adding the current balance in the account for each day of the cycle month and dividing that figure by the number of days in the cycle month.

3 Your total relationship balance can include your consumer accounts; checking, money market, savings, andCertificate of Deposit (CD) that you are primary or secondary owner. The period we use to calculate the average balance for related checking, money market and savings accounts starts and ends with the cycle month for this account. The CD balance is determined as of the cycle date for this account.