Since 1930, we're the bank interested in you and your community.
Chambers Bank is a family owned bank that's been serving Arkansas communities since 1930. We are dedicated to providing competitive and innovative products and services and we are committed to the communities we serve. We strive to offer personal service with a hometown feel. At Chambers Bank we're ready to serve you. We take pride in making you, the customer, first.
Chambers Bank has a wide variety of services such as: Personal Checking and Savings accounts, CD’s, IRA’s, Debit Cards, Credit Cards, Business Accounts, Loans, Internet Banking, Telephone Banking, Safe Deposit Boxes, Travelers Checks, Shazam ATM’s, and Merchant Services. Contact one of our locations for more information.
Our staff can help you with whatever need you may have. Whether you need an ATM card, make a deposit, open a new account, or perhaps even check your balance we're just a call away.
Chambers Bank, formerly the Danville State Bank, was formed on October 7, 1930 by Judge John E. Chambers. We opened after the stock market crash of 1929, when Danville Arkansas' only bank was forced to shut down. Businesses were paralyzed and Judge John E. Chambers knew that the situation needed correction. The bank started with a capital stock of $25,000.
In November 2008, Chambers Bank merged with Chambers Bank of North Arkansas and today, Chambers Bank has over 20 locations in Arkansas and over 150 employees. No matter how many branches we add or how many communities we touch, Chambers Bank will never lose its commitment to its customers. We are one of the few, continuously family owned banks. We strive to provide the most advanced, convenient services available today, while maintaining high standards of customer service. For 80 years, we are the bank interested in you and your community.
Chambers Bank Board of Directors:
John Ed Chambers III
Edward J. Taylor
Robert R. Redfern
Chambers Bank Executive Officers:
Bill Donnell – President
Philip Alexander – Executive Vice President
Chambers Bank Observes the Following Holidays:
New Year's Day
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day