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Women to Watch: Vectra Bank's Ashley Comstock

Ashley Comstock is the chief financial officer of Vectra Bank Colorado


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Women to Watch: Vectra Bank

This article is part of a special advertising section on Colorado's women in business. Women in Colorado are making an impact in every industry, enterprise and workplace role imaginable. They are CEOs, startup founders, strategists and irreplaceable employees who not only are instrumental in their own organization’s success; through their daily actions and achievements, they set a precedent of possibilities for the next generation of women in business to build upon. Each article profiles the person behind the business and organization that a Colorado woman has helped build or nurture.

 

Ashley Comstock is the chief financial officer of Vectra Bank Colorado, managing the overall financial strategy for Vectra and its 37 branches. Comstock creates the financial planning that drives Vectra’s continued growth while managing the bank’s risk. She develops complex models to determine the pricing of loans, deposits and treasury products, and creates forecasts that play an integral role in creating the bank’s overall strategic plan.

Comstock joined the bank in 2012 as the AVP and assistant controller and was promoted to VP of finance in 2016 before settling into her current role. Before joining Vectra, Comstock held various positions in the audit and enterprise risk services division of Deloitte. Comstock graduated from Gonzaga University, School of Business Administration with a Bachelor's in Business Administration BBA in accounting. 

In her spare time, Comstock, her young daughter and husband can be found adventuring Colorado’s great outdoors.

Vectra Bank is a wholly owned affiliate of publicly traded Zions Bancorp, which is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Ashley Comstock
Phone: (720) 947-8377 
Email: ashley.comstock@vectrabank.com

(This sponsored content was provided by Vectra Bank.)

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