Self-Directed IRA's

Mutual funds, stocks and bonds are not deposits or obligations of any bank; are not guaranteed by any bank; and are not insured or guaranteed by the FDIC, Federal Reserve Board or any other government agency. Investment in mutual funds, stocks or bonds involves risk, including possible loss of principal. Additional information is available from our personal bankers. Please contact us.

(Many self-directed investments are not insured by the FDIC.)

You direct your retirement savings with this flexible alternative to the traditional IRA. Funds may be invested in deposit accounts, mutual funds or stocks. Your selection of investment type determines whether the investment is FDIC insured. See a personal banker today for more information about self-directing your retirement portfolio.