Our Story

Bank of Tucson was founded in 1996 on the belief that businesses in our community deserved more attention from their bankers. It was our priority to keep our bank family small, enabling us to focus on our customers and provide extraordinary service. Today, long-lasting, personal relationships remain our hallmark, and we’re proud to count so many Tucson businesses as clients, and friends.

In most banks, everything needs to fit into a box. At Bank of Tucson, employees are empowered to make common sense decisions for the benefit of our customers.  We offer high tech - high touch banking services, and we foster a “can-do” attitude within our commercial lending department when it comes to business lending.

Community involvement and dedication are at the core of who we are, making Tucson a better place to live and work.


Five-Star Superior Rating by BauerFinancial -

September 2016 – We are proud to announce that Grandpoint Bank, which includes Bank of Tucson, received a Five-Star Superior Rating for strength, stability and soundness by independent rating and research firm BauerFinancial for the 13th consecutive quarter. Learn more at bauerfinancial.com.

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