Apr 8, 2021 | Business |
Arvest Bank announced today that our mortgage division originated more than $1 billion in mortgage loans as of March 16, which is the earliest point in the calendar year – by about a month – we have reached this milestone. That includes 2020, when volume was up 110...
Mar 3, 2021 | Business |
Arvest Wealth Management announced today that its assets under management surpassed the $14 billion mark as of year-end 2020. Arvest Wealth Management, which offers wealth management, trust, investment, and insurance products and services, has investment and trust...
Feb 12, 2021 | Business |
Arvest Bank announced recently that our mortgage division originated record volume in 2020, the second consecutive year we have set a new mark. Arvest’s total 2020 mortgage loan volume of more than $4.6 billion represents an increase of 67-plus percent year-over-year...
Jan 20, 2021 | Business |
Arvest Bank’s mortgage division and Arvest Central Mortgage Company (ACMC) understand we all hit rough patches. Sometimes that results in customers struggling to make their mortgage payments, something that has become more common as many people are feeling adverse...
Nov 8, 2019 | Business |
Arvest Bank is pleased to announce it has hired Jim Bates. Bates will serve as manager of credit administration for Arvest Equipment Finance (AEF), a division of the bank, and be based in Fort Smith, Ark. AEF division president Eric Bunnell said the addition of Bates...
Nov 5, 2019 | Business |
Arvest Bank is pleased to announce Doug Heck has been named executive director of its consumer lending division. Heck, who has more than 23 years of industry experience, has served in a variety of roles during his 13 years at Arvest. In his new role as executive...
Oct 21, 2019 | Business |
Arvest Bank is a proud participant in the 2019 Northwest Arkansas Technology Summit, which runs Oct. 20-23. Specifically, we will host four panel discussions on Day 3 – Tuesday, Oct. 22 – of the summit. Both will be held at the Arvest Experience Lab near downtown...
Oct 18, 2019 | Business |
In July, the Federal Reserve decreased the primary credit rate by 25 basis points to 2.75%. This was the first rate cut since the height of the financial crisis in 2008 and it isn’t likely to be the last. But what does it mean, really?