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Since its founding more than 20 years ago, EverBank has forged a reputation as a bank unlike any other - committed to being an innovator in online banking and always striving for new ways to support the success of the individuals, families
and businesses it serves. We believe that integrating EverBank into the TIAA family will enable us to significantly enhance our ability to serve you - and bring you high-value lending, savings, cash management and investment solutions.
By creating a company that offers a greater array of banking, lending and investing services for consumer, commercial and institutional clients, TIAA Bank will be better positioned to meet your financial needs at all life stages. Like
TIAA, EverBank puts its clients first - delivering superior customer service, and convenience through channels such as digital and mobile.
Our bank's legal name is TIAA, FSB. FSB is an acronym for Federal Savings Bank. This summer, we will make the transition from TIAA Direct to our new brand name, TIAA Bank. As part of this change, we will introduce you to an enhanced new
web experience, and you will begin to see our name in other various client communications, including mail, email and online.
Yes. You can continue to use your same checks, even after our name changes to TIAA Bank. Then, when your current supply of checks runs out, simply reorder and your new checks will have the TIAA Bank name and logo.
No. Your account number will be modified. The first digits of your current number will be dropped so that it is just 10 digits in length. For example, if your current account number is 123456789012, your updated account number will be
You will receive a new TIAA Bank debit card to replace your TIAA Direct card in late May or early June.
Follow the instructions for activating and using your new card once you receive it. Provide new card information to any company authorized to deduct an automatic payment from your card.
We'll have a new URL, TIAABank.com, come mid-June. You'll continue to use your same sign on credentials. Additional information about online banking, bill pay and mobile banking will be provided in the guide to banking with TIAA Bank that
will be mailed in mid-May.
Yes, for your data to transfer smoothly when we update our online banking system, you will need to modify your Quicken settings. We will provide specific step-by-step instructions on this Client Information Hub during the first week of
Please note that you will need to take some actions prior to June 15 at TIAADirect.com. Then, you will need to make a few last modifications at TIAABank.com beginning on June 18. Please check back for detailed instructions.
You're welcome to call our Transition Service Line at 1-844-505-0770.