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Personal Money Markets

Money management made easy.

No-frills savings accounts are a solid choice, but sometimes you need a more flexible way to manage your money. Money Market accounts put your money to work for you with higher interest rates and easy access.

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  • Minimum to open $2500
  • Minimum Daily Collected Balance to earn interest: $2,500
  • No monthly service charge for balances above $2,500
  • A $10 service charge applies if balances fall below $2,500
  • Up to 6 free withdrawals per month, otherwise $15 per withdrawal


Tip: Money Markets are ideal emergency funds or saving for unexpected expenses.

Individuals looking to earn an even higher yield may be interested in our Priority Money Market. Our new Priority Money Market account puts your money to work for you. With this innovative account, you're rewarded for your checking relationship with fair market rates on your money market account that will keep pace with the market. The more you save, the more you earn. Learn More

Requires opening a qualified Hancock Whitney checking account to take advantage of premium interest rates1.

Not sure which savings account is right for you?

Our handy side-by-side chart will help you compare the details.

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A $20 fee will be assessed if the account is closed within 180 days of account opening.

Fees may reduce earnings.

Eligible checking accounts for the Priority Money Market are limited to Connect Checking, Priority Checking, and Private Banking checking accounts that have a minimum of 5 client-initiated debit or credit transactions in the statement cycle. If you do not have one of the eligible checking account types or if your linked checking account does not meet the minimum number of transactions, your Priority Money Market Account will earn the default interest rate and APY. Refer to the Truth In Savings Disclosures for full details and rates.