Certificates of Deposit
Certificates of Deposit Offer Guaranteed Returns At Fixed Rates
Looking for a stable and secure investment option? Certificates of Deposit (CDs) offer you the safety and predictability you need in an ever-changing financial landscape. With CDs from Arvest, your investments are more than just numbers; they're a pathway to achieving your financial goals.
Opening a CD account is straightforward. Your deposit earns interest over a fixed period at a fixed rate. Upon maturity, you can reinvest or withdraw your funds – the choice is yours.
Why Choose a CD with Arvest Bank?
- Competitive Rates: Benefit from competitive market rates, ensuring your money grows steadily over time.
- Flexible Terms: Choose from various terms ranging from 31 days to 5 years, tailored to fit your unique financial timeline.
- Guaranteed Returns: Enjoy the peace of mind with fixed-rate returns. Your investment is secure, with consistent growth.
- Minimum Investment: Start with as little as $1,000 and watch your savings flourish.
- Interest Options: Opt for interest distribution that suits your needs – reinvest in your CD or transfer to another Arvest account.
- Safe & Sound: CDs are one of the safest investment forms, ideal for risk-averse investors.
Whether planning for retirement, saving for a big purchase or diversifying your investment portfolio, our CDs are a smart choice. Ready to secure your financial future? Contact us today to open your CD account or learn more about our offerings.
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- Rates are subject to change at the bank’s discretion.
- Penalty for early withdrawal may apply.
- Complete deposit account disclosures containing terms and fee information are available upon request.
- The interest rate and annual percentage yield will depend upon the balance in the account as shown on the Rate Chart. The interest rate and annual percentage may change. Interest begins to accrue no later than the business day we receive credit for the deposit of non-cash items (for example, checks). Interest will be compounded quarterly and will be credited to the account quarterly. Fees could reduce earnings on interest-bearing accounts.