Bank of Ann Arbor Routing Number: 072413735
Bank of Ann Arbor SWIFT BIC: ANNAUS33
Bank of Ann Arbor NMLS ID: 532149
The right checking for your everyday money and savings options for your long-term goals. With easy-to-use online tools and mobile apps too.
You need to devote your energies to the health and growth of your business. We'll help with the financial resources and tools to fuel it.
You work hard to accumulate wealth for your family's needs. We'll help you with retirement and sharing it with loved ones or a favorite charity.
Our mission is helping our communities thrive through our time, effort, financial resources, and making our customers our top priority.
Ann Arbor is the center of Michigan's venture capital industry and one of the Midwest's leading regions in attracting venture capital investment. Bank of Ann Arbor is proud to be a Founding Member of the Michigan Venture Capital Association and supporter of the nationally recognized University of Michigan Growth Capital Symposium. We work not only with venture-backed companies, but also specialize in working with venture capital firms.
Capital call lines of credit provide venture capital firms with short-term bridge financing to the next capital call. Bridge financing is most often used to fund portfolio investments and management fees.
Bank of Ann Arbor offers venture capital firms a unique high-touch banking experience with all the digital-age benefits including: Checking/MMA accounts, online business banking, online bill pay, mobile banking, domestic and international wires, ACH, and credit and debit cards. Our Cash Management team will take the time to help your firm establish banking security protocols and set up the multiple business accounts often required for each fund.
Contact Mark Holtz at email@example.com to learn how we can help your venture firm.
Loans are subject to credit approval, verification, and acceptable collateral evaluation.
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