Comerica is the Leading Bank for Business*

For 175 years, Comerica has been helping businesses lead in their industries.

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Moveworks and Comerica: Driving innovation through relationships

Comerica isn’t afraid to embrace technology and what it means for the banking industry. Taking a leap of faith is about more than trust – it’s recognizing the world is changing and aligning with partners at the forefront of that change. Enter Moveworks.

Learn more about Comerica’s commitment to business.

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Credit you can count on

Our Chief Credit Officer describes how our stability and experience in providing credit have allowed our customers to rely on us for financing that meets their unique situations.

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Our approach to wealth management

Making the most of your personal financial health and legacy requires selecting a trusted advisor with the right philosophy and attention you deserve.

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How Comerica Helped RPI Meet Their Goals

For over 22 years, RPI has worked with Comerica Bank. The bank offers RPI the flexibility and support they need and couldn’t get elsewhere.

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The bank that leads: TRUaire

Watch the video to hear from the founders of TRUaire and learn how they found the financing they needed and why they'd recommended Comerica Bank to anyone.

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The bank that leads: Unified Business Technologies

In addition to helping UBT with its business financing needs, Comerica demonstrated exemplary service by going above and beyond what is expected of a business lender.

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The bank that leads: Total Foundations

Total Foundations has banked with Comerica since 1998, first as its business banking institution, and then as a cash flow management service provider and lender.

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*Comerica ranks first nationally among U.S. bank holding companies with greater than $70B in assets, based on commercial and industrial loans outstanding as a percentage of assets, as of March 31, 2024. Data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence.