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Ent hires business banker on Pueblo team

Rick Nieves brings financial services experience to southern Colorado.


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Rick Nieves

Southern Colorado's Ent Credit Union announced Wednesday, March 1, the organization would add Rick Nieves to their business banking division.

Bringing 15 years of financial services experience to the position, Nieves maintains a commitment to developing customized financial solutions for his business clients. 

Nieves will serve Pueblo area members from Ent's Pueblo Main, Pueblo West and Rye Service Centers. He will also support the Ent Fountain Service Center.

Before joining the Ent team, Nieves served as a banking relationship manager with Evangelical Christian Credit Union in Brea, Calif. He earned an associate degree from Cottonwood Leadership College in Los Alamitos, Calif.

About Ent

Ent Credit Union is a southern Colorado-based financial institution with more than $4.7 billion in assets and more than 280,000 members. The credit union provides a full spectrum of financial solutions through 27 service centers, online, mobile and telephone banking services, a Colorado call center and both a consumer and mortgage loan center. Ent is a not-for-profit, community-chartered credit union with membership open to businesses and individuals who live, work, worship or attend school in Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Fremont, Jefferson, Pueblo and Teller counties, as well as communities in Weld and Adams counties.

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