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Connected to Texas

At Bank of America, we're committed to helping grow local economies and strengthen the communities we serve. By combining local support and expertise with our national reach, we're connecting customers and communities across the country to the resources they need to thrive.


To see what we're doing in Texas, download our state fact sheet.

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1,491 ATMs
362 Financial Centers
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46 Merrill Lynch Offices
8 U.S. Trust Offices
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Learn about the path to homeownership in Austin in our Fall Homebuyer Insights Report two people smiling in front of Sold For Sale sign holding keys
Devoted to others Mark Hogan and Ronnie Morris
“Bank on wheels” gets quick assistance to hurricane victims Thong Nguyen quote
Our new lending program will help U.S. military veterans kick-start and grow their businesses Sharon Miller and Marcus Flakes
We deployed $20 million in capital to help veterans entrepreneurs kick-start and grow their businesses. man smiling holding cup
Mentoring is key to San Antonio economic competitiveness San Antonio Quote
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Employment program addresses youth unemployment in San Antonio When we connect young people facing barriers to employment to internships and summer jobs, we create brief but meaningful opportunities for them to gain real-world skills, training, and professional growth and development
Sonia Moss’s “temporary” job lasts 51 years and counting Jennifer Chandler and Sonia Moss
Austin nonprofit recognized as 2016 Neighborhood Builder people fund
Supporting communities impacted by disaster We're providing resources to help communities and clients recover and rebuild.
San Antonio native returns to local market with a community focus Vince Fertitta
Supporting the Dallas community Dallas Skyline
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It's never too late to change your major, or your mind, for your passion Hong Ogle
Connecting women entrepreneurs in the U.S. to affordable loans Tory Burch Foundation
Inspiring a student’s passion Robert Jackson
First-generation American heads to the Ivy League Carlos Sotelo