Grand Savings Bank (GSB) has partnered with Bentonville-based Oak Crest Wealth Management to offer financial products through LPL Financial.
The Oak Crest team will provide services from estate planning to trust services to retirement planning and investment services for all Grand Savings customers. Bank customers with existing LPL Financial accounts will continue without any impact to their accounts.
“Our association with Oak Crest Wealth Management will elevate the level of investment products and services accessible to GSB customers, and we are excited to work with such a dedicated group,” Grand Savings Bank CEO Guy Cable said in a statement.
Tony Elliott, Clay Guthrie and Ken Kendall are the principals of Oak Crest, which also has an office in Little Rock.
Grand Savings Bank is an Oklahoma-chartered bank with 12 locations. Nine of them are in Northwest Arkansas and the Fort Smith metro.
Grand Savings Bank was chartered in 1981. A group of investors, most of them from Northwest Arkansas, bought the bank in April 2013. Its leadership team is led by chairman Tony Steele, vice chairman Tyler Steele, who is his son, and Cable.
The bank held $490.98 million in assets as of March 31, according to the FDIC.