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Pros: Monthly fees can be waived if specific balances are maintained.
Cons: High monthly fees if required balance is not met.
Bottomline: Zions Bank offers several types of business accounts to suit different needs.
Features & Benefits:
Business Online Banking.
Zions Bank's Business Online Banking allows multiple users to be authorized, offers the option to require dual authorization on transactions, and allows clients to pay bills online.
Business Mobile Banking.
The Zions Bank mobile app is available for both Android and Apple devices and allows users to access customer services and make transactions from any location.
Zions Bank has 122 full-service branches in the US.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Number of Employees
One South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah
1 (888) 307-3411
Zions Bank News & Activity:
July 26, 2019
Who owns Zions Bank?
Zions Bank is owned by Zions Bancorp.
Which states have Zions Bank?
- New Mexico.
Who is the CEO of Zions Bank?
A. Scott Anderson is the current CEO of Zions Bank.
What services does Zions Bank offer?
Zions Bank offers business and personal banking services such as savings accounts, loans, checking accounts, and online banking services.
Which banks does Zions Bank own?
- Amegy Bank of Texas.
- California Bank & Trust.
- National Bank of Arizona.
- Nevada State Bank.
- Vectra Bank (Colorado & New Mexico).
- The Commerce Bank of Oregon.
- The Commerce Bank of Washington.
- Zions Bank (Utah and Idaho).
Who started Zions Bank?
Brigham Young founded Zions Bank.
Is Zions Bank FDIC insured?
Yes, Zions Bank is FDIC-insured.
How many employees does Zions Bancorporation have?
Zions Bancorp reported having 10,083 employees in 2017.
What is the Zions Bank routing number?
The Zions Bank routing number is 124000054.
Does Zions Bank have Zelle?
Yes, Zions Bank allows the use of Zelle.
Where is Zions Bancorporation's headquarters?
The Zions Bancorp headquarters are in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Reviewed: Nov 25, 2018
Stay away from Zions Bank for sure. I had an account there when I first moved here and it was a nightmare. So many hidden fees and even closing the account they made as complicated as possible.
Reviewed: Nov 27, 2018
I would avoid Zions bank, their website and app suck. Also some of their tellers can be pretty rude
Reviewed: Jul 19, 2016
I have UHC high deductible plan and my company uses Zions Bank. I have no issues with them and they don't charge fees.