Bryant Bank lobbies are now open! As always, we are committed to putting care into action for our customers and will continue to work with you during this time.  As we open our lobby doors, please be mindful of the following:

  • Our employees who have been vaccinated will not be required to wear a mask.
  • If you have not yet been vaccinated, please keep 6 feet between you and those around you.
  • Are you wearing a mask? If you are not yet vaccinated, the CDC still recommends wearing a mask indoors to help stop the spread.

Thank you for your understanding during this time as we welcome everyone back safely!

To contact a local Bryant Bank office, please call 1-855-4BRYANT.

Establishing Deposit Alerts via Online Banking

Establishing deposit alerts within your online banking account will help minimize extra traffic to the online banking site and is a great way to be notified when your payment is received.  To do this, log into your online banking and select the account that will receive your payment.  Then, select Alert preferences and follow the prompts to establish a Transaction alert.

Options for Depositing a Check with Bryant Bank

In addition to depositing your checks through the drive-thru, customers also have the option to deposit checks through the mobile banking app (select Deposit checks from the menu) as well as through Bryant Bank’s ATMs.

Protect Yourself From Fraud

If you receive a suspicious email or test message, please don’t respond, click on links, or open attachments.  If a Bryant Banker reaches out to you by phone and you are not confident in who you’re speaking with, please hang up the phone and call us back.


Congress has passed another round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding. Businesses will have the opportunity to apply again for another PPP loan for up to $2 million.

The “second draw” of PPP loans is once again forgivable, meaning your business gets to keep the money without paying it back, as long as you use it to keep paying employees (or other qualified expenses).

At Bryant Bank, we’ve already helped hundreds of small businesses and non-profits in Alabama to secure PPP loans, and our lenders are actively preparing to help you with yours once again.


The rules for this second round of PPP funding are slightly different than the first time around and continue to evolve.


  • You must have fewer than 300 employees.
  • You must have been in business prior to Feb. 15, 2020.
  • You must have used all of your previous PPP loan, if you received one.
  • You must show a 25% reduction in total revenues for any quarter of 2020, compared to the same quarter of 2019. This doesn’t count any funds you received from PPP loans or other COVID relief programs.

Loan Amount:

  • You can get up to your average monthly payroll in 2019, multiplied by 2.5 times. (For example if your monthly payroll cost averaged $50,000, you could apply for $125,000). 
  • No loan can exceed $2 million.


At Bryant Bank, we are currently accepting second round PPP loan applications.  If your business is ready to begin the application process, please contact your local Account Officer.  Communication to first round borrowers will be emailed so please be on the lookout for more details.  If you have not added to your contacts, please do so to help reduce the chances of emails going to a junk folder.

If you have any questions regarding the Paycheck Protection Program, please reach out to your local Bryant Banker.

How We’re Handling COVID-19

These are the extra steps we have taken to keep you, your family, and our bankers safe.

  • Each office has identified a max capacity
  • Once you arrive for your appointment, you may be asked to wait in your vehicle until your Bryant Banker is available or until a customer exits the building if capacity has been reached
  • Utilizing our drive-thru lanes or digital banking offerings is still encouraged
  • All bankers have been provided face coverings and will wear them when interacting with you and their co-workers
  • Face coverings are required for customers
  • Each office has enhanced their cleaning and sanitizing efforts and will ensure extra cleaning of spaces used for a meeting
  • Hand sanitizer is available throughout each location
  • Protective shields have been installed at teller lines and at many banker desks
  • Floor decals and signage will be displayed to help provide visual cues and reminders to assist with the CDC-recommended 6-foot distancing.

How We’re Handling COVID-19

We will continue to offer many contactless banking options:

  • Bryant Bank drive-thrus
  • Our SmartATMS allow you to deposit cash and checks
  • Deposit a check through your mobile app
  • Submit travel notices and control your debit card or report a lost or stolen through Card Management, located in your online banking
  • Pay a bill with our online banking bill pay service

As we continue to monitor information from Alabama Department of Public Health, WHO, and the CDC, and with our own preparedness, we are working diligently to provide you a safe environment to take care of your banking needs. If you have any questions at all, please contact your local Bryant Banker.  You may also call 1-855-4BRYANT.

To Update Contact Information

(via the Mobile App and Desktop)

As we work diligently to keep our customers informed, it’s important to have current contact information on file.   To  ensure we can reach you by email with important COVID-19 updates, please verify your contact information through Bryant Bank Online or the Mobile Banking app by taking these steps:

  • Log in to your online banking account via the mobile app or on a desktop.
  • From the home screen, select Menu > Your Name (or My Profile in some cases) > Settings.
  • To update contact information, select your name at the top of the Settings screen.
  • Under Contact info within the Profile screen, select edit next to your email address to provide an updated email address.
  • This is where you can also update a phone number and physical address.

COVID-19 Ransomware Attack Awareness

A new ransomware campaign is targeting the government and healthcare sectors.  It manifests as an email posing as a COVID-19 meeting invitation.  As we continue to experience challenges during this time, it is important to be alert and cautious before clicking on any emails that you do not recognize.  Be aware that the current state of crisis presents new opportunities for exploitation.  If you are unsure of an email, confirm with the sender by another channel.   It’s important not to forward the email that you are questioning as well.