Banks in New Jersey include the Bank of New Jersey, the Capital Bank of New Jersey, First Bank, Lakeland Bank and Regal Bank. A complete list of banks in New Jersey is available on the State of New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance website.
The Bank of New Jersey’s corporate headquarters is in Fort Lee. The bank has a total of nine branches in the state as of October 2015. The bank offers personal and business banking products as well as online and mobile banking.
Founded in April 2007, the Capital Bank of New Jersey has four branches in the state. The bank's products include checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposits and safe deposit boxes.
First Bank has 10 branches, and the bank started its operation in 2007. The bank provides consumer and business loans as well as personal and commercial deposit accounts.
Along with online banking services, the Lakeland Bank offers checking accounts, money market accounts and credit cards. The Lakeland Bank has a total of 48 branches in New Jersey.
As of October 2015, Regal Bank has four branches in New Jersey. Regal Bank provides checking and savings accounts for individuals and businesses along with online banking and bill pay services.