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Here are the ColoradoBiz 2016 Top Company Financial Services finalists

A Top Company winner will be chosen from these three great Colorado businesses


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Each year, ColoradoBiz honors the Top Companies across the state in 11 industry categories. Here are the 2016 finalists in the Financial Services category.

Bellco Credit Union

Founded in 1939, Bellco now has 270,000 loyal members and more than $3.1 billion in assets. The care shown to customers, employees and vendors has earned BellCo five-star rating from one of the nation’s leading financial rating services.

https://www.bellco.org/

CoBank

CoBank provides loans, leases, export financing and many other financial services that cater to the agribusinesses and rural power, water and communications providers. CoBank taps into all 50 states but is headquartered outside Denver.

http://www.cobank.com/

FirstBank Holding Company

Maintaining a loyal customer base and strong business model, FirstBank has been thriving since its founding iin 1963. FirstBank has grown in size due to its commercial lending, category leading products and community investing. With more than 120 locations in Colorado, Arizona and California, FirstBank is a company that continues to grow.

https://www.efirstbank.com/

 

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Liesel Schiffhauer

Liesel Schiffhauer is marketing manager for ColoradoBiz. Contact her at liesels@cobizmag.com or 303-662-5206.

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