BB&T Bank operates nearly three thousand branches across sixteen different states in the US. To find the location nearest you, scroll to the top of this page and click the “Use Current Location” button on the embedded ‘BB&T Near Me’ map.
If you’re looking for a branch in a different city or region, it’s best to head over to BB&T’s website. Once there, click on the “Locations” tab at the top to navigate to the location finder. Type in your desired city or zip code, and the site will populate a list of branches in the area.
Is there a BB&T ATM near me?
BB&T customers can use any BB&T ATM or any SunTrust ATM free of charge. If you need to locate an ATM, please use the embedded map below to find one nearby.
Another option is to go directly to BB&T’s website and click on the “Locations” tab at the top to navigate to the location finder. From there, you can type in your desired city or zip code and select ATM only—a list of ATMs in the area will be generated.
BB&T is a full-service financial institution offering checking and savings accounts with debit and credit cards. They also provide personal, auto, and home loans, retirement and investment services, and personal insurance options.
You can visit BB&T’s website to learn more about each of the services mentioned above, their online banking opportunities, as well as small business and commercial banking services.
What are the BB&T hours near me?
BB&T’s lobby hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with drive-through hours from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hours are limited on Saturday, and branches are closed on Sundays.
Keep in mind that in response to COVID-19, hours may have been adjusted for some locations, so it is always best to call before going (to ensure they’re open). You can view BB&T’s Branch Locator online, which will tell you the operating hours specific to your preferred location.
Is there a BB&T open near me?
BB&T is open Monday through Saturday but closed on Sunday. On Saturday, customers are limited to drive-through services only.
Is there a BB&T open on Saturday near me?
Most BB&T branches are open from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturdays.
Keep in mind that the lobby will be closed on Saturdays; therefore, these hours only apply to drive-through services. This means that applying for a loan (and other more complex transactions) likely won’t be available and will need to be completed on a weekday.
If you need to speak with a BB&T representative, you can call 800-226-5228 or call your branch directly. If you have an account with BB&T, you can also log in and select “Messages” to send a private message.
BB&T, which is transitioning to the new name of Truist, has many job opportunities for people with a variety of educational and career backgrounds. They offer full benefits and boast about their culture of inclusion and work-life balance. BB&T is recruiting for positions in the following areas:
Accounting and Finance
Commercial Banking, Real Estate, and Treasury
Audit, Compliance, Risk, and Legal
Branch Banking, Premier Banking
Digital, Data and Analytics, Marketing, and Innovation
Mortgage and Consumer Lending
Private Wealth Management
HR and Training
Corporate and Investment Banking
Technology, Operations, and Contact Center
To learn more or to apply, visit their careers page here.
BB&T’s History and Future
The BB&T bank has evolved from a privately-owned bank into a large, publicly traded financial institution over the last two centuries.
In 1872, a few short years after the Civil War, two men—Alpheus Branch and Jefferson Hadley—teamed up to create a bank called Branch and Hadley. They accepted deposits, paid out interest, and loaned money to farmers and other businesses in the community. Branch eventually bought out his partner, Mr. Hadley, and continued to expand the business.
Branch and Hadley underwent several name changes until 1913, when the charter was amended to change the name to Branch Banking and Trust Company, or BB&T as we call it today. This name change was prompted by the fact that Branch Banking and Company was the first bank in its state to engage in trust activities.
Many mergers and acquisitions took place from the 1960s to 2009, which led to astronomical growth for the institution. These have all collectively contributed to the bank becoming a staple business in hundreds of communities.
Looking to the future, BB&T has decided once more to expand via a “merger of equals.” BB&T formally merged with SunTrust on December 9th, 2019, under the new name of Truist. While both former banks acknowledge the merger as a merger of equals, BB&T purchased SunTrust for just over 28 billion dollars.
Truist’s CEO said, “This is a historic moment for Truist—a financial services organization created from two companies with shared values and a deep commitment to building a better future for our clients and communities.”
Currently, in 2021, the two banks still have locations and websites advertising their old names (BB&T or SunTrust, respectively) with the mention of the new name (Truist).
It is unclear when the logistics of the merger, such as rebranding all locations and merging online banking platforms, will be complete. Still, we know that they are planning to begin transitioning online services on October 9th, 2021.