GET STARTED: OPEN AN ACCOUNT

GET STARTED: OPEN A PERSONAL BANK ACCOUNT

Welcome to Allegiance Bank!

 

Get started opening your personal bank account today. Our team of the brightest and most committed professionals in the industry is here to serve you “The Allegiance Way.” That means we’re passionate about walking alongside you to find full-service banking solutions that meet your individual goals.

You’re busy, and we respect your time – that’s why we aim to make the account opening process quick and easy. Want to get started? We’re ready to serve you!

What to Bring

The following supporting materials are required for all signers to open an account; please bring them with you when you stop by the bank.

  • Valid driver's license for account signers
    • OR permanent resident alien card (AKA green card)
    • OR current and valid passport
  • Social Security Number (card not required)
  • New bank customers must be present to open an account

Find Your New Allegiance Bank Office

We welcome the opportunity to come alongside you to help meet your financial goals. Stop in any time during business hours; it’s our privilege to serve you at any of our 27 locations

Need to make it quick? Schedule an appointment with one of our bankers, and we’ll have you in and out in no time.

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