Money Market

Enjoy the convenience of writing checks* while earning interest. You may perform six (6) third party debit* transactions per month without incurring any fees.

Domestic Customers [Online Account Specials]

  • Minimum deposit to open this account is $5,000
  • Minimum average daily balance to avoid monthly maintenance charge is $5,000 - See Schedule of Charges1 2
  • Minimum average daily balance to obtain the annual percentage yield (APY) disclosed is $10,000. Account fees may reduce earnings
  • Up to six (6) debit transactions per month including third party transactions – See Money Market Account Limitations* and Schedule of Charges2
  • Paper Statement per monthly cycle - See Schedule of Charges1
  • No monthly recurring maintenance charge for Electronic (eStatements), eDocuments, online banking and basic bill pay

International Customers

  • Minimum deposit to open this account is $10,000
  • Minimum average daily balance to avoid monthly maintenance charge is $10,000 - See Schedule of Charges1 2
  • Minimum average daily balance to obtain the annual percentage yield (APY) disclosed is $10,000. Account fees may reduce earnings
  • Up to six (6) debit transactions per month including third party transactions – See Money Market Account Limitations* and Schedule of Charges2
  • Paper Statement per monthly cycle - See Schedule of Charges1 2
  • No monthly recurring maintenance charge for Electronic (eStatements), eDocuments, online banking and basic bill pay


[1] Refer to the Schedule of Charges for disclosures or other fees that may be assessed against these accounts.
[2] This fee will be disclosed in the periodic account statement as “Maintenance Charge.”

* Money Market Account Limitations:

Unlimited deposits may be made in person, by mail, or via electronic credits. Up to six (6) debit transactions per statement cycle including third party transactions. Transaction monitoring for excessive transactions is determined by posting date of the transactions, not by issuance date.

If the above number of transactions permitted by law is exceeded on more than an occasional basis,, the Bank is required to either close the account or reclassify the account to a transaction account.