Guaranty Bank & Trust

Guaranty Bank & Trust

120 West 8th St

Guaranty Bank & Trust Downtown Georgetown, Texas

Location Information

120 West 8th St Suite 201
Georgetown TX 78626
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Phone(512) 305-6550
Toll-free(888) 572-9881

Lobby Hours

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Banking Services

  • Lending Services
  • Deposit Services
  • Mortgage Lending
  • Wealth Management
  • SBA Lending

Popular in Georgetown

  • Cash Roundup®
    Sign up for Cash RoundUp®, then every time you use your debit card, your rounded up change will automatically transfer to your savings account at the end of each business day.
  • Report a Lost or Stolen Debit Card
    If you have misplaced or if your debit card has been lost or stolen, it is crucial to take immediate action to protect your account and prevent unauthorized access.
  • Guaranty Green Checking
    Guaranty Green® Checking is a free account that is the simplest banking solution for personal checking needs.

About Georgetown

Established in 1913, Guaranty Bank & Trust is one of the oldest and most respected banks in Texas. We have achieved this success by providing the communities we serve with a different kind of bank. One that believes smart banking is about investing people, not just credit scores; succeeding with the community, not at its expense; and having a plan for your growth, not just our own. We offer personal and business banking solutions, as well as Treasury Management, Wealth Management, and SBA Lending. Come visit us today or give us a call at (512) 305-6550.
Guaranty Bank & Trust Downtown Georgetown, Texas

Our Team

Greg Eady Market President - Georgetown, Texas
Greg Eady is the Market President - Georgetown. He has over thirty years of experience in the banking industry in the Central Texas market. Greg is a graduate of Texas Tech University with a degree in Finance and Accounting. He also is a graduate of the Southwestern School of Banking at Southern Methodist University and completed several education courses through the FDIC. Through his career he has been active in several community organizations. He spent nine years a member of the Board of Trustees for Georgetown ISD.