A list of Arvest bank locations is available on the company's official website and ATM and branch locations can be found using a search box within the site, according to Arvest. Those using mobile banking can also locate branch locations using the Arvest mobile banking application.
As of 2015, the Arvest operates 16 locally-managed banks with over 230 branch offices in Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Kansas, explains Arvest. Most branches are open for 12 hours on weekdays, and online banking and bill-pay services are available.
Arvest Bank Group was founded as Heartland Bank Group in 1976 and converted to its current name in 1990, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. The company offers checking, savings and money market accounts for both personal and business accounts. Health savings accounts and certificates of deposit are also available for individuals. Personal lending options through Arvest include student loans as well as car and home loans. Commercial real estate and agricultural loans are available to businesses, as is equipment financing. Individuals and businesses can also obtain Visa and MasterCard credit cards through the bank.
In addition to banking services, Arvest offers individuals education and financial services for retirement, investment and estate planning, explains Bloomberg Businessweek. Health, life and disability insurance are also available through the company.