Some popular banks in St. Louis, Missouri are Eagle Bank and Trust Company, Chase Bank, and Business Bank of St. Louis. Other banks are US Bank, Jefferson Bank and Trust, and PNC Bank. About 30 banks and credit unions serve the St. Louis area.
Originally chartered in 1911, Eagle Bank serves customers from 12 locations across St. Louis, Jefferson County and Perryville. It offers personal banking, business banking and agricultural banking that includes real estate services, machinery and livestock, agricultural cash management, and operating lines of credit. Positive customer testimonials cite prompt, respectful and personalized customer service; ease of banking; and strong support for small business.
A subsidiary of banking giant JPMorgan Chase, Chase Bank offers personal and commercial retail banking services. Personal banking services include checking and savings accounts, reloadable debit cards, and home and auto loans. Nationwide, Chase operates more than 15,000 ATMs and about 5,400 branches that all hold Better Business Bureau accreditation, which indicate the bank's commitment to customer satisfaction.
Business Bank of St. Louis offers private banking services, business banking and online banking services. Private banking services includes savings and checking accounts, certificates of deposit, residential mortgages, home equity lines of credit, and Visa credit card services. Business banking covers business checking accounts, Visa credit card services, commercial and industrial real estate, money markets, and analysis checking. Online banking services include personal and business online banking, mobile banking, and online resources. Business banking customers cite the bank's variety of business banking services, flexibility compared to larger banks, and direct access to senior leadership as some of its strengths.