Bank United

Bank United

Financially Strong. Service Oriented.

Excellence in Service

At United Bank, we pride ourselves on our ability to develop and nurture relationships, and we are committed to providing each relationship with an unmatched level of service.

With a history of safe, sound and secure banking practices, United Bank’s impact can be felt in communities both big and small. Our network spans across the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, offering over 200 full-service banking locations and loan production offices.

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Our Approach

At United, we know that while you’re working on maintaining success in the here and now, you’re also looking ahead and planning for your long-term financial future. We are more than a bank; we are your partner. We take the time to learn about you, including your financial challenges, your needs and your goals. We offer customized solutions, local business expertise and people who truly care.

The Tools You Need

Lending Services

Capable of handling all your funding needs, from small transactions to large, complex deals.

Business Banking

Here convenience meets access. United checking and savings options give you the power to manage your money with ease.

Treasury Management

Specific solutions built to enhance your business and deliver the information and tools you need to speed collections, control payments, reconcile accounts and manage funds efficiently.

Wealth Management

Put our expertise to work for you. Our brokerage and wealth management services span investment management, fiduciary and wealth planning, institutional services and personal and private banking. 

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Brokerage and insurance products are offered through United Brokerage Services, Inc., a Member FINRA/SIPC and a subsidiary of United Bankshares, Inc. Brokerage and insurance products are: Not FDIC Insured; Not Bank Guaranteed; Not a Deposit; Not Insured by a Federal Government Agency. May Lose Value.