What services does Univest Bank offer?
IN WORKING WITH PUBLIC FUNDS
- Checking. Univest offers a variety of public funds checking accounts.
- Money Market Account. A public funds money market account is designed for public entities that maintain higher balances and want to earn a premium rate on excess funds.
- Sweep Account.
- Investing Options.
Who is Univest?
About Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Headquartered in Souderton, Pa. and founded in 1876, the Corporation and its subsidiaries provide a full range of financial solutions for individuals, businesses, municipalities and nonprofit organizations in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Is Univest a good bank?
We ranked the bank at a 4 out of 5 stars, suggesting Univest Bank and Trust Co. is a good bank that warrants your consideration. Univest Bank and Trust Co. has a fair savings rate; other popular banks have higher rates.
Is Univest a community bank?
Univest is a community and employee-centric organization that believes in putting core values into action while delivering an excellent customer experience.
How to get in touch with Univest Financial Corporation?
You can also complete the form below and a member of our client care team will be in touch. Univest Financial Corporation has established an Ethics Hotline.
Why do you want to work at Univest Bank?
Everything that we do at Univest has your best interest in mind. Giving you all that we have to better improve your life and your finances. We strive to make sure you achieve your goals.
How to send money with a Univest debit card?
Quickly pay and be on your way. Link your Univest debit or credit card to mobile wallet today. Owe your friend $20? Need to send money to your sister, brother, or uncle?
Where can I find the Univest ethics hotline?
The hotline is available by calling 215.799.2956 or via US mail at Univest Financial Corporation, Ethics Hotline, Post Office Box 123, Telford, PA 18969-0245. Thank you for contacting us! Need to report a card lost or stolen? Click here for all the ways in which you can report your card lost or stolen.