After 18 months of construction and much anticipation, the transition to the new Relyance Bank headquarters is complete.

Located off Interstate 530, the three-story, 40,000-square-foot building designed by Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects and constructed by Clark Contractors LLC, of Little Rock, officially opened July 5, 2022. 

Chuck Morgan, bank chairman and CEO, expressed his excitement for the completion of the move recently. “I’ve been there for most of my 30-plus year career,” he said, “and we were just out of room. We have grown so much. I’m excited for the bank and for our people. It will be a nice, productive work environment,” he said.

Relyance Bank was founded as Pine Bluff National Bank. The bank was rebranded as Relyance Bank in 2013 and has expanded to 20 southeast and central Arkansas locations, employing more than 200 associates. Its assets exceed $1.1 billion.

“We are excited about our contribution to the economic growth in the booming I-530 corridor of White Hall,” Morgan said. “Our new facility will accommodate Relyance Bank’s continued growth while more efficiently housing management and consolidating multiple departments at one site. And most importantly, the new headquarters enforces our deeply rooted community banking philosophy of delivering competitive financial services while providing exceptional customer service.”

The bank focuses on providing an extensive line of products and services to meet the needs of all. The company contributes its success to remaining true to its core values with a strong belief and dedication to the communities it serves, according to a news release.