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A local financial services institution since 1993 serving Ozark and Northwest Arkansas with quality service and professionalism.
Priority Bank is incorporated in the State of Arkansas and is a federally chartered Savings Bank located in Ozark, Arkansas.
It is regulated by the Office of Thrift Supervision and a member of the FDIC.
The Bank opened for business on July 3, 1993.
We will continue to strive to excel with financial strength and quality service.
New products are in development that will help position us on the leading edge of technology while maintaining down home traditions of service excellence.
Priority Bank Tops in Return on Equity List
By Worth Sparkman - 4/20/2009
(For a list of the top private banks in the state, click here. For the top public banks in Arkansas, click here.)
The top 10 banks by return on equity in the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal's annual list of private banks changed somewhat from year-end 2007 to 2008. Overall, most banks reported lower ROE.
Only private banks chartered in the state and doing business in the six-county market — Benton, Carroll, Crawford, Madison, Sebastian and Washington counties — were included.