Nathan serves as Regional Vice President, responsible for leading teams that work with businesses in eastern Colorado and western Nebraska. As such, his primary role is to see that client needs are fulfilled quickly and efficiently, so he focuses on building relationships that last. In his experience, this is the best way to understand customer needs and to proactively help them meet their financial and life goals.
Nathan has a long history of experience in banking. In addition to several management positions at banks across the U.S., he previously acted as President of Consumer Banking for a large financial institution, leading the consumer credit division across 20 branches and 3 states.
Nathan holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Lincoln-Nebraska, as well as a Master of Business Administration from Loyola University in Chicago. He is the Chairman-Elect for the Colorado Bankers Association, in addition to serving on the Government Affairs Committee.
Nathan’s personal pursuits tend toward the outdoors. Golfing and running are two of his favorite activities, but he also enjoys quiet moments, turning the pages of a good book.
Supporting his community is also important to Nathan, and he currently serves as the Vice President and Board Member of the Loveland Sertoma Service Club, helping to improve the quality of life for those impacted by hearing loss.
In building essential relationships, a bank must know its customers to better support and serve the places they live. However, a community should also know its bank, including the institution’s experience, reputation and willingness to put their clients first.