Bank reviews: Money-rates.com
Looking for a bank with convenient locations throughout much of the country? There are relatively few choices, but they cover a lot of ground. MoneyRates.com breaks down the best of these national banks for a variety of needs.
TIAA Direct provides a full range of banking services for professionals who work in a wide range of academic, cultural, government and research professions.
Huntington Bancshares ranks as one of the bigger regional banks serving the Midwest, with nearly 1,000 branches and more than 1,800 ATMs in eight states in the heart of the country.
San Antonio-based bank USAA offers a range of checking, savings, mortgage, auto loan and wealth-management services to its members. It's also a supporter of the U.S. Military.
Fifth Third Bank traces its history back to the 1850s. Today, it's one of the larger regional banks in the country, serving 10 states from its headquarters in Cincinnati.
As its name suggests, First Internet Bank lives in the online world, eliminating trips to tellers and branch locations.
From humble beginnings in Buffalo, New York, M&T Bank today boasts more than $120 billion assets and operates more than 690 branches in the Eastern United States.
Union Bank, which serves customers throughout the United States from its headquarters in San Francisco, can trace its history to 1864.
Zions Bank has been serving customers in Utah since 1873, when it first opened in Salt Lake City. Today, it operates 125 full-service financial centers in Utah and Idaho. The bank operates more than 200 ATMs in these states, and employs more than 2,500 people.