Commercial Investment Trust

2180 S 1300 East, Suite 250
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106

Overview

General Online Bank Information

Deposits FDIC Insured Yes
Insured Bank CIT Bank
FDIC Certificate # 35575
Date Established 2000
Assets $21.46 billion
Loans $14.88 billion
Deposits $16.81 billion
Capital $2.75 billion
Money that you deposit is held by CIT Bank. CIT Bank is an FDIC insured institution founded in 2000. It has approximately $21.90 billion in assets.

For a more detailed analysis of CIT Bank's financial condition and a description of what these numbers mean, please visit the Financial Details section.

Deposit Rates

Online CD Rates APY MIN MAX
12 Month Term CD
1.32% $1,000 - Learn MoreShow Less
24 Month Term CD
1.40% $1,000 - Learn MoreShow Less
24 Month Jumbo CD
1.45% $100,000 - Learn MoreShow Less
36 Month Jumbo CD
1.40% $100,000 - Learn MoreShow Less
48 Month Jumbo CD
1.60% $100,000 - Learn MoreShow Less
60 Month Jumbo CD
1.75% $100,000 - Learn MoreShow Less
Online Savings Rates APY MIN MAX
High Yield Savings
1.05% $0 - Learn MoreShow Less

Customer Reviews for Commercial Investment Trust (28)


  • Rajit

    January 19, 2018 |

    Online Savings Rates

    I had to call them to 'upgrade" to premier and get 1.55% instead of the 1.05% that I was getting before. Took only 3 minutes, but it is unfortunate how their business model relies on earlier account holders not calling.

  • RL Howard

    January 04, 2018 |

    Online CDs 12 Month Rates

    Bank should rename itself "bait-and-switch"

  • Dave

    December 16, 2017 | | Replies 1

    Online Savings Rates

    It is a con job. Been with them for years. Saw the ads on the other sites saying that the rate is 1.35%. Just figured that is what I was making. Saw it listed here at 1.05%. Checked my account and that is what I have been making on a quarter mil. Nice way to treat your loyal customers. A-holes!

    | Feb 24, 2018

    Funny how people read terms and conditions, can't understand them, and then complain and blame the bank. The rate for 250k is not the same as for lesser amounts. Do you read contracts before you enter into them, or just enter into them and then blame others when you get upset?

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