Bank of Ann Arbor was established in 1996. The bank is privately owned and operated. It has branch locations with headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Bank of Ann Arbor embraced a free, convenient and secure online banking way to ease the way customer manage their finances. It offers instant access to your account account. If you have a checking or savings account in the bank you can enroll, login and reset forgotten password through the guide shown below.
HOW TO LOG IN
Online banking users can follow the steps outlined below to login:
Step 1 – Open this link https://www.bankofannarbor.com to access the bank website
Step 2 – Click Personal Banking to access login panel
Step 3 – Enter your Access ID and select what you want to access then click Go
Step 4 – Enter your Password then click Submit
The bank will allow you to access your online banking account after approving your login credentials.
FORGOTTEN PASSWORD/LOG ID
If you have forgotten your password, Bank of Ann Arbor’s online banking platform allows you to self-reset it. Follow these steps to reset it.
Step 1 – In the login panel, kindly click Forgot your password link
Step 2 – Enter your Access ID, Tax ID number and bank account then click submit
A new password will be emailed to you automatically after verification.
HOW TO ENROLL
If you have a checking or savings account in Bank of Ann Arbor, you can follow the steps outlined here to enroll for online banking service:
Step 1 – In the login panel, please click First-time User Enrollment link
Step 2 – Enter your account number and personal pin, select your account type and review the terms and conditions then click Submit
The bank will verify the details you have and upon approval allow you to finalize the enrollment process.
MANAGE BANK OF ANN ARBOR ONLINE ACCOUNT
By enrolling in the Bank of Ann Arbor online banking platform you can:
- View account balances
- Verify deposits and payments
- Access bank statements
- Set account alerts
- Transfer funds between accounts
Holiday Schedule for 2018 & 2019
These are the federal holidays of which the Federal Reserve Bank is closed.
Bank of Ann Arbor and other financial institutes are closed on the same holidays.
|New Year's Day||January 1||January 1|
|Martin Luther King Day||January 15||January 21|
|Presidents Day||February 19||February 18|
|Memorial Day||May 28||May 27|
|Independence Day||July 4||July 4|
|Labor Day||September 3||September 2|
|Columbus Day||October 8||October 14|
|Veterans Day||November 12||November 11|
|Thanksgiving Day||November 22||November 28|
|Christmas Day||December 25||December 25|