Bank OZK, formally known as Bank of the Ozarks, is a regional bank with a strong commitment to the communities that they serve. Bank OZK offers a wide array of personal and business banking services and has branches in 10 states across the U.S.
All of Bank OZK's business checking accounts require a $100 minimum opening deposit. The Small Business Checking account has no monthly service fees, and the other checking accounts have service fees ranging from $10 to $20.
Pros: Low service fees. Mobile banking app. 15 free online bill payments per month.
Cons: Most accounts are non-interest bearing. You are required to get monthly eStatements and must enroll in the service.
Bottomline: Bank OZK's business checking accounts offer many benefits with little to no monthly service fees.
Jan 01, 1903
17901 Chenal Pkwy, Little Rock, AR 72231 United States
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Why did Bank of Ozarks change their name?
Bank of Ozarks (now Bank OZK) changed its name to reflect that its activities have spread to geographic locations other than the one in which it began.
Who owns Bank of Ozarks?
Bank of OZK (formerly, Bank of Ozarks) is publicly listed on NASDAQ. Chief stockholders currently include SSgA Funds Management, Inc., The Vanguard Group, Inc., and BlackRock Fund Advisors.
Where is Bank of Ozarks located?
Bank OZK (formerly Bank of Ozarks) is headquartered in Little Rock, AR.
Is Bank OZK FDIC insured?
Yes. Bank OZK's accounts are insured to the maximum amounts allowed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).