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Cincinnati Area

Including Cincinnati, Hamilton, Florence, West Chester, Mason, Fairfield, Lawrenceburg, Lebanon, Milford, Loveland, and 118 other towns.

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Banking in the Cincinnati Area

The third largest city in Ohio, Cincinnati is one of the 100 largest cities in the country. One of the main services consumers need in the metropolitan area is access to financial services. By the end of 2013, the metropolis city contained approximately 130,055 households using or requesting products, such as checking & saving debit cards and prepaid debit cards. Banking in Cincinnati is available at approximately 1,220 branches from more than 105 banks and 65 credit unions. Some of the most prominent financial institutions are Union Savings Bank, Fifth Third Bank, U.S. Bank, First Financial Bank, N.A., and General Electric Credit Union.

In the Cincinnati metropolitan area, there are more than 65 banks and 50 credit unions that provide services to meet consumers’ needs. More than 1,500 ATMs are available in Cincinnati, Covington, Florence, Hamilton, Middleton, Milford, Loveland, Harrison, and Mason. These ATMs are inside most banking institutions and accessible 24/7.

First Financial Bank, N.A. first began serving customers in 1863, and currently is the oldest active financial institution in the Hamilton and Cincinnati areas. It has providing reputable banking products and services for almost 154 years.

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Local Deals & News

Connexus Credit Union Ups 60-Month CD Rate to 3.40% APY
Deal Summary: Share Certificates – 60-month (3.40% APY), 36-month (3.10% APY), $5k minimum deposit Availability: Easy membership requirement Connexus Credit Union (Connexus) raised the rates on its Share Certificates (SC)
Connexus New Rates
I saw Connexus has new rates 36 month 3.10 APY 60 month 3.40 APY
West End Bank Offers Nationally Available Add-On CD Specials
Deal Summary: CD Specials – 33-month (3.00% APY), 22-month (2.75% APY), $500 min/$250k max deposit, unlimited additional deposits. Availability: CD Specials are available nationwide. About nine months ago, Indiana-based West
Decent Rates From General Electric Credit Union If You Don't Want To Invest In A CD
Thrive money market APY 2.5% for amounts over 25k. IRA money market APY 2.5% over 25k and the Amplified money market was changed to Amplified high yield checking 2.56% (variable
CFBank (Ohio) Debuts 25-Month CD Special - EXPIRED
UPDATE: These specials have expired. Please contact CFBank for the latest rates. Deal Summary: CD Specials – 25-month (3.15% APY), 15-month (2.95% APY), 11-month (2.76% APY), $5k minimum deposit. Money
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