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3.00% 36-Month CD at Mutual of Omaha Bank in CA, NV, AZ, CO, NE & TX - Local Only


Mutual of Omaha Bank
Update 11/28/09: The special CD rates have fallen. Please check the bank's website for the latest rates.

Mutual of Omaha Bank is still offering two competitive CD specials. The special 16-month CD rate has gone down a bit since my August post. The rate is now 2.00% APY. However, the 3-year special CD rate remains at 3.00% APY. Minimum deposit is $1,000. The 16-month special requires a checking, savings or money market account. The 3-year CD is also available in an IRA. These specials are listed at the bank's rates page as of 11/13/09. This rates page is for Arizona. There are separate rates pages for the other states where it has branches. All of these other pages list these same rates for these two specials.

When I called the bank in August, I was told they require a branch visit. Rates are typically updated on Mondays. According to the CSR, the early withdrawal penalty is 3 months of interest for the 16-month CD and 6 months of interest for the 3-year CD. Any of the checking accounts will qualify to meet the 16-month relationship requirement. They do provide a free checking account with no monthly fees and only a $100 minimum opening deposit.

I was wondering how this bank acquired branches scattered across the U.S. As you can see in their news and announcements page they've bought up several banks including First Heritage Bank and First National Bank of Nevada which both failed in 2008. These gave them the branches in California, Nevada and Arizona.

Please refer to the bank's locations page to find a branch in Arizona, California, Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska, Nevada and Texas.

Mutual of Omaha Bank's ratings for safety and soundness continue to be fair as of 6/30/09 financial data:
The bank has been a FDIC member since 1985 (FDIC Certificate # 32325).

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