Are you looking to finance your business, purchase your dream home, or find a better checking relationship? Bar Harbor Bank & Trust is here to help you achieve your financial goals. We serve customers throughout Vermont from our 15 branches located in the middle of the state. Bar Harbor Bank & Trust is big enough to have the strength and power you need, while small and local enough to build long-term personal relationships.
Strength and power you need - Bar Harbor Bank & Trust has more lending strength and capacity than most other community banks; lending up to $40 million. Count on us for local decisions on business loans, with flexible terms and competitive rates. In addition to lending, we have technologically advanced financial tools to serve the cash management needs of your business. We help companies of all sizes, from entrepreneurs to large corporations.
Personal, local service you want - As you know, having an established personal relationship with your banker is important to your company’s success. We invest in and value long-term customer relationships. Only after listening carefully to what you are trying to accomplish and asking the right questions, do we match your needs with the right financial solution.
What makes us different - From our point of view, delivering a high level of service includes providing ideas and solutions which contribute to your company’s overall business strategy. We work hard to identify opportunities to support your objectives. Let us work as part of your team to help you be successful.
What is your big idea? Let Bar Harbor Bank & Trust help you write your business success story today.
Visit www.bhbt.com/success-stories to learn more.
Personal Banking · Business Banking · Wealth Management
Over 50 locations in Maine, New Hampshire & Vermont
Bethel/Royalton · Brandon · Pittsford · Quechee · Randolph · Rochester
Rutland · Sharon · South Royalton · West Rutland · Williamstown · Woodstock
www.BarHarbor.Bank • 888-853-7100
Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender
*Treasury Services investment accounts are not insured by the FDIC, are not deposits or obligations of the Bank, and are not guaranteed by the Bank. The investment is subject to investment risk, including possible loss of the principal amount
invested. Cash management accounts can include placement of funds in various investment vehicles. Please talk to your Treasury Services professional for a comprehensive review of options available.