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Amegy Bank of Texas

Amegy Bank of Texas logoAmegy Bank N.A. (formerly Southwest Bank of Texas) is one of the fastest growing banks in Texas. With assets of more than $14 billion, local decision making and a history of relationship banking, Amegy has the resources to serve leading Texas companies as a source of capital as well as provide efficient and effective treasury management, international and investment services.

Amegy Bank is a division of Zions Bancorporation, N.A. (NASDAQ: ZION), one of the nation's premier financial services companies.

The Bank, with more than 75 locations in the state, specializes in small business banking as well as private financial management and trust services for families and individuals, and retail and mortgage banking services.
Member FDIC (each depositor insured to at least USD 250,000).
These ads are not affiliated with Amegy Bank of Texas
Headquarter Houston, USA
Key People Steve Stephens (CEO and President)
Head Office 4400 Post Oak Parkwa
Houston, TX 77002
Phone 713-235-8810, Toll-Free 800-287-0301
Official Site www.amegybank.com Website
SWIFT Code SWBKUS44
Founded 1990
ID: 1379. Updated: 25.02.2020

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