Western Alliance Bank Review

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Western Alliance Bank provides business banking services to small businesses, corporate and commercial clients. Western Alliance offers business checking and saving accounts as well as small business credit cards and loans. It also offers a personal high yield savings account through the Raisin platform. Western Alliance has branches in Arizona California Nevada and Utah. The parent company also operates other financial brands across the United States.

Western Alliance Bank offers business banking services in only four states.

Pros & Cons

Western Alliance Bank Products


Western Alliance offers four different business checking accounts. Western Alliance offers four main business checking options.

Business Checking

You can avoid the $16 fee by keeping a minimum balance of $2,500 per day.

Business Interest Checking

You can avoid the monthly fee if you maintain a minimum balance of $2,500 or are a 501 (c)(3) organization.

Business Advantage Checking

If the average monthly balance of all accounts combined is $50,000 or higher, you can waive the fee.

Analyzed Business Banking

Provides Treasury Management Services.

Western Alliance's business mobile banking application allows you to control your account, assign deposit and mobile banking rights to employees and approve payments. You can also make administrative changes, search for transaction history and make changes to the app.