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Collegiate Peaks Bank Opens Additional Downtown Denver Branch

The latest branch will launch in the RiNo neighborhood


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Collegiate Peaks Bank announced the opening of their newest branch in the River North neighborhood, located at 3655 Brighton Blvd. in a newly constructed 8,900 square foot office building. The bank has been serving customers throughout RiNo and downtown Denver for more than a decade, and the new building will enable the bank to provide more convenience and even better service to existing and new clients.

"We're a community-minded bank, and our focus is always on our customers and doing what we say we will," says Josh Peebles, president of the RiNo branch. "We have helped our customers to grow their businesses, and as a result, our bank has grown, driving our need for a larger space. We may be located in a new building, but we'll always take an old-fashioned approach to the way we treat people."

Collegiate Peaks Bank has additional branch locations in Denver, Aurora, Salida and Buena Vista. Burke Kaiser is president of the mountain region, and Liam Girard is president of Collegiate Peak Banks as a whole.

Contributing to the bank's growth was the recent merger with Montana-based Glacier Bank. The merger has positioned the bank for continued growth and enhanced service from a veteran team and the new branch location. With $600 million in assets, the bank is maintaining its focus on community relationships.

"Our growth has been facilitated by our desire to know and understand our customers, their families and their business interests," Girard says. "Our entire team is made up of highly experienced and thoughtful professionals who are well suited to serve our customers' needs."

As a result of the merger, Collegiate Peaks Bank is providing their banking customers with numerous upgrades, including new systems and banking products, including an updated mobile banking application and an expanded branch banking footprint. The bank will also have a much larger lending capacity.

 

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