Take Advantage of Rising Rates

Rates are rising, but your bank may be slow to adjust, leading to lost interest income. If you are earning a rate of less than 3.50%, we may be able to help you maximize your interest with our new Premier Money Market Account. Get the most out of your cash in this rising rate environment while having full access to funds if needed with managed liquidity.

Up To 2x FDIC/NCUA Insurance Offered By Banks And Credit Unions

Keep Your Operating Bank

Secure Online Account Access 24/7

$500,000 Minimum Opening Balance

With over a decade of experience, we understand the responsibility and trust that goes into allowing us to manage your deposits and do not take that lightly.

Start getting the most out of your cash today! Fill out our form below and someone from our team will be in contact shortly about opening an account.

Why ADM?

The American Deposit Management Co. [ADM] is a nationally recognized, award-winning, treasury management and financial services company. We have developed proprietary Financial Technology (FinTech), Marketplace Banking™, which provides clients access to exclusive rates from across the country through our network of 600+ financial institutions. Let us take the work of deposit management off your plate. At ADM, everything we do is with you in mind. It is not only our fiduciary responsibility but also our company’s number one priority. Our team is our secret sauce, and the reason our clients choose to work with us.

Not ready to open an account yet? Talk to one of our Treasury Specialists to get all your questions answered!

Premier Money Market Accounts are open to new ADM customers only. To open a Premier Money Market Account you must have an opening balance of at least $500,000. FDIC/NCUA insurance only covers the first $500,000. Money market accounts satisfy the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) and National Credit Union Association (NCUA)’s requirements for agency pass-through deposit insurance coverage. ADM is not a member of the FDIC or NCUA, but the banks and credit unions where your money is deposited are FDIC and NCUA members. Upon approval. you must enter into an agency agreement with ADM before funds can be accepted for deposit.