Small & Mighty: Fremont Bank named one of the largest banks in the East Bay
With 21 branches across the Bay Area, you probably wouldn’t expect Fremont Bank to appear on a list of “largest banks.” But this year, we were thrilled by the San Francisco Business Times including Fremont Bank as #8 on the Largest Banks in the Bay Area list and #6 on the Largest Banks in the East Bay list, alongside Wells Fargo, Chase and Citibank.
For clients, there are many advantages to choosing a “small” bank that can play in the big leagues, and we’re proud to offer the best of both worlds. Here’s how you can take advantage of our small and mighty status:
“Soup to nuts” products and services
Fremont Bank is large enough to be able to offer all of the products, services, and technologies you’d find at a big bank. We have all of the tools to support your banking needs.
And the customer service you expect
You don’t have to trade great products for great service. We offer our customers the personal touch and connection you only get with a locally-owned, customer-service-oriented community bank. All the bells and whistles of a big bank plus all of the service of a small bank = win, win.
Longevity, stability, and vitality
We’ve been strong and stable in the Bay Area since 1964, and we aren’t going anywhere. We built this bank one client at a time, not by taking shortcuts like acquiring clients through mergers with other banks. Every client who banks with us chose us, and there is strength in those numbers.
Dedication to success
We offer our clients access to real bankers and decision makers, and make meeting people’s needs a cornerstone of our daily work. Over the years, many clients have chosen Fremont Bank for this reason alone.
Finance, whether for yourself, your family or your business, is ultimately about people and we value our people. Did we mention we were also named a Top Bay Area Workplace (for the 11th year in a row)?
Call us small or call us large–when you bank with Fremont Bank, you know you’ll get everything you want from your bank. To stay in the know or learn more about banking with us, sign up for our newsletter.