Community Banking

Jul 01, 2018

For July, Capital Community Bank (CCBank) explores what a “community bank” means for you and our neighbors throughout Utah. By definition, a community bank is a commercial bank that derives funds from and lends to the community where it operates and is not affiliated with a multibank holding company. That is CCBank at its core, as our mission is to provide a local community bank that focuses on the financial and social health of our surrounding communities and the state. Available online and in person, we deliver comprehensive banking services to residents of Utah residents from our offices in Orem, Provo, Salem, Sandy and Pleasant Grove, UT, as well as digital devices. Providing valuable solutions for both individuals and small businesses, our community bank offers all the amenities of a big bank at the local level, so you can expect the latest technology with a personal touch. Another benefit of banking with us is our ability to offer low fees and competitive rates right here in the state. Involved in the community, CCBank also consistently gives back to our service area through local activities and charitable donations.
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