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Online Banking

Bank securely and privately from anywhere. Check account activity and pay bills from your computer.

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Mobile Banking

Learn more on how to use your Amerant Mobile℠ app to manage, send and receive money confidently within minutes.

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Lines of Credit

Explore our wide range of Lines of Credit to find the one suited to you.

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Home Equity

Secure the cash you need to accomplish your financial goals in a smart way, thanks to our Home Equity Line of Credit.

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Checking

We have the right checking accounts suited to your preferences and daily banking needs.

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Savings

From money market to cd accounts, click here to view our savings account options and their rates

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Financial Education Meant For You

Knowing You Better

The Amerant KYC Program is an important step in helping the U.S. government prevent identity theft, financial fraud, money laundering and global terrorist financing. Knowing you helps protect your identity and maintain the privacy of your banking transactions.
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Money Basics

Are you stressed about money? Don't worry - you're not alone and help is available! This program will help you understand key financial concepts and make better decisions related to managing your money.
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Elder Fraud Prevention

If you are in the position to observe the financial behaviors of a senior or aging adult, then you also have the power to prevent elder fraud. Protect your most vulnerable members by educating yourself on common scams and prevention measures.
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