E-Trade Financial Corp.

E-Trade Financial Corporation attracts the majority of its customers with online investing, trading and brokerage services. E-Trade provides customers with free investment education resources to help make informed financial decisions. In addition to these services, E-Trade also offers the traditional services of other big commercial banks, including FDIC-insured savings and checking accounts, too.

Headquartered in New York City, E-Trade was founded in 1992 and began operating under its current name in 2003. The majority of customers manage their funds and investments online. E-Trade has 28 branches throughout the country that offer face-to-face investment advice, deposits and other financial services.

E-Trade personal services

  • Stock and bond trading/online brokerage
  • IRAs
  • Checking
  • Savings
  • Online banking
  • Mortgage lending
  • Retirement planning and IRAs

Online services with E-Trade

E-Trade's reputation is built on simple electronic trading and investing that gives its customers the ability to trade stocks, bonds and mutual funds with low fees charged for each transaction. For a complete list of the bank's fees for these services, visit the E-Trade website.

Personal banking with E-Trade

Customers can manage their funds with FDIC-insured E-Trade Bank, the official retail banking sector of E-Trade Financial Corp. The bank offers a checking account and a savings account. Banking customers can use any bank ATM throughout the country with no fees.

E-Trade recognition

The Wall Street Journal named E-Trade the No. 1 Online Broker for the past three years with five-star ratings in research, trading tools, customer service and banking services.

See the most recent bank ratings by checking Bankrate's Safe & Sound.

The E-Trade corporate headquarters is located here:

135 E. 57th Street
New York, NY 10022

To reach the headquarters, customers can call (646) 521-4300 or the corporation's toll-free number at (800) 387-2331.


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