Capital One closing some Texas branches


Capital One is continuing to close branches across Texas as it directs customers to use its online banking services and ATMs instead.

Several of the branches that have closed are in Central Texas, according to filings with the Office of the Comptroller of Currency, including:

  • 11720 N. RM 620, Austin
  • 221 E. Parmer Lane, Austin
  • 7200 N. MoPac Blvd. (Loop 1), Austin
  • 1801 E. 51st St., Austin
  • 4409 Williams Drive, Georgetown
  • 708 E. Austin St., Giddings
  • 901 Louis Henna Blvd., Round Rock
  • 6317 Bee Caves Road, Westlake

In the Austin-Round Rock metro area, Capital One ranked sixth in total deposits in 2016, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. It had $1.2 billion in deposits, giving it a 2.9 percent market share.

Wells Fargo ranks first in the Austin-Round Rock metro area, with $8.2 billion in deposits and a 20 percent market share, followed by Bank of America, Chase, Frost Bank and Compass Bank.

Filings with the Office of the Comptroller of Currency indicate other Texas cities where Capital One is either closing or has already closed banking centers include Beaumont, Corpus Christi, Fort Worth, Harlingen, Houston, McAllen, San Antonio, Texarkana and Tyler.



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