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What the company is doing

Arvest Bank is a bank with branch offices in Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri and is headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas. It is Arkansas' most prominent and oldest bank and is one of the largest banks in the U.S. The Walton family owns almost 100% of the company.

How big it is

Arvest Bank operates over 260 bank branches across the networks of sixteen locally run banks in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas, each with its own Management and Advisory Board. Customers in over 120 areas served in most locations with 12-hour weekday operational time. Arvest also offers a broad range of banking services, including credit, deposits, treasury administration, wealth and asset management, life insurance, credit cards, mortgage credit, and mortgage service. Arvest is an FDIC affiliate and equal housing lender. Arvest is dedicated to the community and values our education relationship.

The history of the brand

The charter of Arvest was established in 1871 by the McIlroy Bank Trust. In 2000, Arkansas Central Bank and Trust acquired the first venture of Arvest in central Arkansas 2003, Baxter and Marion Counties, Ark. The bank acquired Harrington Bank in November 2009. Union Bank was acquired in June 2012. In March 2013, 29 branches were acquired from the Bank of America in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. The bank bought Bear State Financial in April 2018, containing 42 branches and 2,2 billion assets. In June 2019, Arvest gave Walmart 1,2 trillion in stock but, thanks to an estimated 44 stake, remains the wealthiest Walton in part.

Business directions

Arvest Bank is an independent customer-oriented regional bank. A major super-regional bank, but with the local dedication and decision-making from the local community bank, Arvest offers convenience and technical advantages. Their primary objective is to meet and surpass consumer needs during convenient hours, with an extensive branch network, reasonable rates, and pricing. Technological innovation and a wide range of banking, mortgage, investment, lenders, and property management are also among Arvest's services.

Key facts about the company

Arvest Foundation's fundamental goal is to assist local organizations in their efforts to enhance the quality of life in its neighborhoods. The Arvest Foundation funds important charitable events in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma through its grants program. Grants are based on local leadership's guidelines, and their use varies on the organization's needs.
The Arvest Foundation donated $10,000 to CityYouth Ministeries, Inc., Jonesboro, Ark. The grant covers administrative costs and academic training to assist students with virtual learning challenges.

Mission and vision

Arvest Share's job is to share amusing and informational videos, pictures, and words about their neighborhoods, products, and people. Arvest assists people in finding financial solutions for life, be it online or in a branch, so that its customers can reach their goals. With suggestions and reviews, clients can express their views and opinions.

Typical Hours of Operation

Mo 8:30 - 18:00
Tu 8:30 - 18:00
We 8:30 - 18:00
Th 8:30 - 18:00
Fr 8:30 - 18:00
Sa 9:00 - 12:00
Su Closed

Locations: 201 locations in 16 states and 103 cities.

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