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Online account opening is currently being upgraded

Please be advised our online account opening platform is temporarily under construction to perform upgrades. During this time we encourage you to schedule an appointment at any Amalgamated Bank branch to open an Affordable or Convenience+ Checking account or Convenience Savings account.

If you want to be notified when the online account opening platform is back and operating please fill out this form. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Accounts come with the convenience of

  • More than 40,000 surcharge-free Allpoint® ATMs1 and Allpoint+® ATMs2 nationwide
  • Easy-to-use, 24/7 Online and Mobile Banking3
  • Uncompromising customer service and 24/7 Online and Mobile Banking live phone support4
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1 Fees may apply for non-Amalgamated, non-Allpoint and international ATM transactions.

2 Allpoint+® ATMs may not be available in all states.
3 Use of Mobile Banking requires your mobile service provider's data and/or text plan, for which charges may apply.
4 Excluding federal holidays observed by the Bank.
5 This account can only be opened online. It cannot be opened at an Amalgamated Bank branch.
No ATM card available with this account.

Putting our mission into action

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access to banking

As America’s socially responsible bank, committed to providing financial services and advocating for economic justice for all, we recognize the struggle that many communities face when it comes to accessing banking services.

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banking industry

Officially one year into the COVID-19 pandemic and erratic state-by-state lockdowns, we continue to question what a “new normal” will look like for our country. We know that a return to old ways of doing business isn’t viable for the health of our planet and communities and that we have a responsibility to radically reimagine how we do business. 

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racial justice

Today, Amalgamated Bank announced its endorsement of HR 40, which is calling upon the Federal Government to form a Commission to explore reparations for African Americans. As of now, we are the first major U.S. bank to endorse HR 40, but are hopeful we are not the last.