Alliance Bank Of Arizona

Alliance Bank of Arizona in Tucson AZ

 2 Branches in Tucson AZ

Alliance Bank Of ArizonaAlliance Bank of Arizona
was established in 2003 and the largest locally owned and headquartered bank in Arizona. Alliance Bank focuses on relationship-based, personalized service and lending capabilities to meet the varied needs of Arizona businesses.

In addition to Tucson, Alliance Bank of Arizona has locations in Greater Phoenix, Sedona and Flagstaff. Alliance Bank meets the needs of Arizona’s businesses, real estate developers, professionals and individuals seeking a personalized banking relationship.

At Alliance Bank of Arizona, localized decision making, and veteran banking leadership provide flexible and customized services for its customers.

Alliance Bank of Arizona is a subsidiary of Western Alliance Bancorporation, a leading bank holding company. Banking and other financial services are provided through its primary subsidiary, Western Alliance Bank. Western Alliance Bancorporation is one of the largest regional bank holding companies in the Southwest United States.

Western Alliance Bank operates full-service banking divisions in its local markets. These banks include Alliance Bank of Arizona, Bank of Nevada, First Independent Bank and Torrey Pines Bank.

Alliance Bank of Arizona locations in Tucson AZ are:

Tucson Swan Branch
4703 E. Camp Lowell Drive
Tucson, AZ 85712
(520) 784-6000
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Tucson Williams Centre Branch
200 S. Craycroft
Tucson AZ 85711
(520) 322-7700
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Dare To Compare

Big banks have pioneered innovative banking features that appeal to those interested in easy access almost anywhere in the world, lots of services and locations in most cities. But watch the fees to use them.

Conversely, community banks will have fewer locations in each local, they offer more consumer-friendly services and generally fewer fees. If you are an online banking person, pay special attention to the internet banking system you could be using.

While perhaps an over generalization of the differences between Big and Local Banks tend to be:

Big banks offer:

  • ATMs and branches all over the country provide easy access. Being out of town should not cause concerns.
  • Faster and more user-friendly online experiences. From checking account balances to depositing a check. It can be done online.
  • Branch follow standard policies and practices. The staff may not know you but will handle your transactions the same way every time.

Local bank benefits:

  • You are more than just a number to them, so service is more personal, and they value your business.
  • Decisions are made with you and the community in mind. While they can’t avoid government regulations, they don’t have as many levels of approval big banks have.
  • More power to negotiate when it comes to fees and loans. They won’t give the money away for free, but they value your business and are less likely to nickel and dime a person.


If you are interested in a local or community bank, take the time to weigh the pros and cons. You might also want to review the option of an Internet bank while you’re at it. Other local Tucson AZ banks include Bank of Tucson, National Bank of Arizona and Canyon Community Bank.

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