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Bank of Colorado approved for new lending office in Arizona – BizWest

FORT COLLINS – Bank of Colorado, a Fort Collins-based institution with branches throughout the region, was approved this year by the Colorado Banking Board to open a new loan origination office in Sedona, Arizona.

New loan origination offices are often the precursor to the establishment of new bank branches.

Bank of Colorado operates branches in the Boulder Valley and northern Colorado in Loveland, Greeley, Estes Park, Fort Collins, Longmont and Johnstown. It also operates a loan production office in Boulder.

In addition to its locations in Colorado and Arizona, Bank of Colorado operates in New Mexico.

The institution has over $6.5 billion in assets and over $5.7 million in deposits.

FORT COLLINS – Bank of Colorado, a Fort Collins-based institution with branches throughout the region, was approved this year by the Colorado Banking Board to open a new loan origination office in Sedona, Arizona.

New loan origination offices are often the precursor to the establishment of new bank branches.

Bank of Colorado operates branches in the Boulder Valley and northern Colorado in Loveland, Greeley, Estes Park, Fort Collins, Longmont and Johnstown. It also operates a loan production office in Boulder.

In addition to its locations in Colorado and Arizona, Bank of Colorado operates in New Mexico.

The institution has over $6.5 billion in assets and over $5.7 million in deposits.