|Personal Money Market||Personal Savings||Personal Installment Savings|
|Description|| Ideal for individuals that maintain a high account balance or have excess funds to maximize interest earnings. || Ideal for setting aside money when you have extra funds. ||To help you plan for your future.|
| Minimum |
|$2,500||$500||Initial monthly deposit amount varies based on the term and goal amount.|
|Terms||N/A||N/A||12M, 24M, 36M|
| Service/Transaction |
|$10 monthly service charge|| $5 monthly service charge ||N/A|
| Minimum Balance |
| Minimum daily balance of $2,500, or |
**Average daily balance of $5,000 during each statement period.
|Minimum daily balance of $500||N/A|
| e-Statement Credit/ |
|$3 credit towards monthly service charge when enrolled in e-Statement.||N/A||N/A|
|Additional Information||$10/debit that exceeds the transaction limitations.*|| Link to your checking account for convenient automatic transfer. |
Transaction limitations apply.*
| Monthly deposit must be automatically transferred from a linked checking or savings account at Bank of Hope. |
Minimum goal amount is $5,000 and
Maximum goal amount is $100,000 per household.
A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawals.
|Earns Interest|| || || |
|Get Rates||Get Rates||Get Rates|
The content of this page is informational only. Account is subject to approval. The terms of the account, including any fees or features, are subject to change without prior notice except as required by law. Refer to product disclosure for the terms and conditions associated with the product. Other fees and charges may apply. The account is covered by FDIC insurance up to the maximum allowed by law. *Withdrawals and/or transfers to another account at Bank of Hope or to a third party by means of a preauthorized or automatic transfer, check, draft, point-of-sale by ATM/Debit card, telephone (including data transmission) and/or Online/Internet Banking or similar orders are limited to six (6) per monthly statement cycle. Bank of Hope reserves the right to convert your account to another type of account or close your account if limitations are frequently exceeded. **Average daily balance is calculated by adding the principal in the account for each day of the period and dividing that figure by the number of days in the period.