New offering enables depositors to open high-yield savings accounts at BankProv in less than one minute.
BankProv, a future-ready commercial bank that offers technology-driven banking solutions to its clients, is pleased to announce its nationwide partnership with MaxMyInterest (Max), an intelligent cash management platform for individual investors and financial advisors. Through this partnership, BankProv is joining the Max platform to provide its clients and Max members an easy-to-open, high-interest savings account.1 The account, BankProv Max Savings, is offered exclusively on the Max platform with no minimum balance required to open the account.2
Max helps depositors seamlessly distribute their cash balances among multiple bank accounts. With Max, clients can earn more on their deposits through highly competitive yields while simultaneously benefitting from greater aggregate deposit insurance coverage, one-click funds transfers, and consolidated tax reporting.
“We’re excited to work with Max, a company that shares our passion for providing a superior client experience,” said Joe Reilly, Co-CEO of BankProv. “From quickly opening an account to maximizing returns on deposit balances, the BankProv Max Savings account on the MaxMyInterest platform will further enhance the banking experience for our clients. We believe our partnership with Max will provide benefits as more consumers continue to seek digital banking options and keep a closer eye on interest rates.”
“We are proud to partner with BankProv, an innovative bank that has a long history of serving clients in Massachusetts and across the country,” said Gary Zimmerman, Founder and CEO of MaxMyInterest. “Together with BankProv, we can help clients ensure that all of their funds remain fully-insured, while earning market-leading rates.”
BankProv is able to offer 100% insurance on all deposits with the FDIC covering the first $250,000 and the remaining covered under the DIF. The DIF is a private, industry-sponsored insurance fund that insures all deposits above FDIC limits. The combination of FDIC and DIF insurance provides customers with full deposit insurance on their deposit accounts. As a result of this partnership, Max members are now able to open a new BankProv FDIC and DIF-insured savings account which can be conveniently linked to their existing checking account.
BankProv is a subsidiary of Provident Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: PVBC). BankProv is a future-ready commercial bank that offers a comprehensive suite of banking products for corporate clients. The Bank is a premier Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) provider and specializes in technology-driven banking solutions to niche markets, including mortgage warehouse lending, renewable energy, fintech and enterprise value lending. Headquartered in Amesbury, Massachusetts, BankProv is the 10th oldest bank in the nation. The Bank insures 100% of deposits through a combination of insurance provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Depositors Insurance Fund (DIF).
MaxMyInterest ("Max”), a service of Six Trees Capital LLC, offers intelligent cash management solutions for individuals and financial advisors that enable individual investors to earn dramatically higher yields on cash. Max’s patented technology helps clients reallocate funds among their checking and high-yield savings accounts to earn the highest yield possible while keeping their funds safe in their own FDIC-insured bank accounts.
Max is available direct to individuals at MaxMyInterest.com, and can also be integrated into wealth management platforms, so that banks, brokerage firms, registered investment advisors, multi-family offices, and fintechs can deliver better cash solutions to their clients. Max benefits banks by helping them attract direct customer relationships and deposits without spending money on advertising or referral fees.
Max is not a bank and is not affiliated with any bank or financial institution. MaxMyInterest is a registered trademark of Six Trees Capital LLC. Learn more about Max’s solutions for self-directed investors at MaxMyInterest.com, for financial advisors at MaxForAdvisors.com, and for banks at MaxForBanks.com.
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