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Central Bank has served individuals and businesses in Houston since 1956. We offer a variety of checking, savings and borrowing options to help you reach your goals! Call Us: 832.485.2300
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About Our Heights Branch. Welcome to Central Bank’s Heights branch located in the Greater Heights neighborhood of Houston. Since the late 1990s, we’ve enjoyed this neighborhood location on W. 18th Street next to the White Oak Bayou Greenway Trail.
Welcome to Central Bank's corporate office in the Spring Branch area of West Houston. Since 2001 we have enjoyed this convenient location on Clay Road across from Carolyn H. Wolff Park. Most of our employees - from executives to loan officers, operations staff, customer service representatives and the lobby team-work here together as a united team.
Central Bank is a FDIC-insured bank with certificate number of 17612. The assigned Fed RSSD ID of Central Bank is 31255. Central Bank currently operates with 4 branches located in Texas. Central Bank is the 217th largest bank in Texas. The bank does not have any offices outside Texas.
Central Bank has 18 locations to serve customers in Des Moines, Ankeny, Urbandale, Spirit Lake, Storm Lake, Sioux City, Washta, Quimby and Cherokee.
Central Insurance Services – Lexington. 2400 Harrodsburg Road, Lexington, KY, 40503. 859-253-8799 or 800-858-7571. 859-277-5995.
101 Brenwood Street. Berea, KY 40403. 859-986-0357.
Central Bank · Locations. 175 E. Main St. American Fork, UT 84003 (801) 756-9900.
Mar 26, 2020 · A central bank is a financial institution that is responsible for overseeing the monetary system and policy of a nation or group of nations, regulating its money supply, and setting interest rates.