Greg Hamilton

Sr. Advisor, Public Entity Relationship Manager

Greg Hamilton

Greg is a Senior Advisor to the Public Sector, where he helps entities secure the funding necessary to create a solid community infrastructure and local growth. He regularly consults with government entities and supports area initiatives with top tier banking products, including Treasury Services, Electronic Payments, Investments and Bond Issuance, Commercial Lending and Merchant Services. As a trusted advisor with decades of experience, Greg brings the world of banking products to local projects, paving the way toward community prosperity through greater efficiency.


Greg’s early career focused on the Public Sector, Electronic Payments, where he led 3 money center banks client expansion efforts for their Government Banking/Electronics Payments Group. He later assumed a role as Public Sector Electronic Payments Business Leader for a major card network, before joining FNBO in his current role. Greg is a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences with a minor in Business. He is a former National Association of Purchasing Card Professionals Higher Education Group Board Member and Contributing Member of the Year in 2020. Greg has also obtained his Series 6 and 7 Securities Licenses and Insurance Certifications, as well as the General Electric Company Green Belt Certification and Graduate of Management Training Program.


Greg loves the outdoors, a passion that prompted his move to the Denver area in 1988. He enjoys hiking, fishing, skiing, rafting, camping, anything that takes him out and into the gorgeous Colorado High Country. A passion for sports and live music rounds out his list of interests and takes him off to enjoy in-person events throughout the State each year. Greg believes strongly in supporting his community and is active as a baseball, basketball and soccer coach for youth sports while volunteering with the Parker Performing Arts Complex and the Boys and Girls Club of America.

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