Deposit Rates

Rates Effective Monday, September 26, 2016

Because Enterprise Bank has chosen not to invest in a costly multi-branch network, its savings in overhead pass directly on to its depositors.  The bank's clients enjoy some of the highest paying Certificates of Deposit, Checking  and Savings Account rates in the region.

To find out how to take advantage of these exceptional rates, call toll free 1-877-487-5044 to speak to one of our friendly Client Service Representatives or send an email to info@enterprisebankpgh.com and ask to receive important Enterprise Bank information through the mail or via the Internet.

New rates are set on Monday.  All rates listed for checking,  and savings accounts are variable and subject to change after the account is opened.  Fees may reduce account earnings. Please refer to a Schedule of Fees and Service Charges for a complete and current list of fees and service charges.

Demand Deposit Accounts*

Simplicity Consumer Checking
Interest Rate
Annual Percentage Yield
(APY)
0.35
0.35

 

Simplicity Business Checking
Interest Rate
Annual Percentage Yield
(APY)
0.35
0.35

 

Savings Accounts*

Simplicity Consumer Savings/IRA/Health Savings
Interest Rate
Annual Percentage Yield
(APY)
0.35
0.35

 

Simplicity Business Savings
Interest Rate
Annual Percentage Yield
(APY)
0.35
0.35

 

Certificiates of Deposit**

Certificate of Deposit Rates**
Term
Interest Rate
Annual Percentage Yield
(APY) CD's
Annual Percentage Yield
(APY) IRA's
1 Month CD
0.40
0.40
0.40
3 Month CD
0.55
0.55
0.55
6 Month CD
0.65
0.65
0.65
12 Month CD
0.80
0.80
0.80
2 Year CD
1.05
1.05
1.06
3 Year CD
1.25
1.25
1.26
4 Year CD
1.40
1.40
1.41
5 Year CD
1.55
1.55
1.56

* All rates listed for checking and savings accounts are variable and subject to change after the accounts are opened. Fees may reduce account earnings. Client should see a Customer Service Representative for fees and terms.

**Penalty will be imposed for early withdrawal.

Due to legislation called the USA PATROIT ACT (H.R. 3162), financial institutions now require physical proof of identity before they can open new deposit accounts for clients who are not already on file with them.  Financial institutions where you already have established accounts may be able to open new ones through the mail or Internet if you are in their system, but those who do not are required by law to provide proof of identification.