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Bank of Colorado opens new locations

Two new branches launched in Denver Tech Center and Longmont


Shawn Osthoff, president of Bank of Colorado announced the opening of two new branch locations of Bank of Colorado in the Denver Tech Center and Longmont.

This March, the Bank of Colorado announced it would bring the AmFirst Bank under its umbrella, both in Colorado and Nebraska. The conversion process was completed July 1, as the new building signage hung. 

"We're excited to have these two new locations on board," Osthoff says. "Mark Korell, president of Bank of Colorado Denver Tech Center (formerly AmFirst Bank) and his team have been wonderful to work with, and we're excited to be expanding our products and services in these growing communities."

The two new locations join a family of 40 other statewide branches.

"Conversions like this aren't always smooth, but this whole process has been fantastic," Korell says.

Bank of Colorado offers a range of products, some of which are new to the AmFirst customer base, including:

  • Mortgage lending
  • ID theft monitoring

"Being a family-owned community bank, along with our local Colorado decision making allows us to offer a higher level of local service to the businesses and customers we work with," Ostoff says.

Both the new locations will offer full service banking, open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with 24-hour drive-through ATM services. 


Bank of Colorado is a network of more than 42 community banks throughout Colorado, founded on the community banking values of trust, strength and dependibility. BOC has more than $3.4 billion in combined assets and is part of Pinnacle Bancorp Inc.  

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