We’re always excited about the latest news coming out of our branch offices and the local events and charitable functions we support. Please check in often to stay updated on everything going on at Capital Community Bank.
Aug 01, 2017
This August, Capital Community Bank (CCBank) wants you to be aware of several available solutions that will make banking with us easier and more efficient. Founded on simplicity and security, these handy apps and web-based services are free to use, simplifying everyday banking transactions.
Jul 01, 2017
With summertime upon us, Capital Community Bank (CCBank) encourages you to save more with helpful tips and solutions all season long. We’re sharing plenty of ways to save in your everyday life this summer, such as turning off the AC when you’re not indoors, grilling at home rather than dining out, opting for a staycation, and taking advantage of free activities in Utah. In addition to cutting down on your spending, your local community bank also offers many opportunities to grow your savings.
Jun 01, 2017
Capital Community Bank (CCBank) brings you more bonus points this month with UChoose Rewards. Throughout June, open a new checking account with a free debit card and we’ll reward you with 2,000 points! All participants earn double points on every purchase made this month, too.*
May 01, 2017
Kicking off with National Small Business Week from April 30 – May 6, 2017, this month Capital Community Bank (CCBank) is promoting business banking solutions. Offering products and services for businesses of all sizes, we help local Utah entrepreneurs and companies thrive with better ways to save, spend, borrow and collect payments.
Apr 19, 2017
Capital Community Bank (CCBank) was recently named one of the "Top 100 Community Banks 2016" by S&P Global Marketing Intelligence. To compile this ranking, S&P Global Market Intelligence calculated scores for each company based on six metrics: pretax return on average tangible common equity, net charge-offs as a percentage of average loans, efficiency ratio, adjusted Texas ratio, net interest margin and loan growth. To be eligible for this ranking, a bank or thrift had to possess a loan-to-asset ratio of at least 33% and no more than half of those loans could come from credit cards. Further, the company had to be well-capitalized according to current regulatory standards and no more than half of the institution's revenue could come from nontraditional banking activities. Banks with parent companies above $1 billion in assets were excluded. Based on the above criteria, 4,585 banks and thrifts were eligible for the ranking, which CCBank is pleased to be named among the 100 top-performing banks under $1B in assets.