Centennial Bank, a full-service commercial bank, announces that it has been approved by the Colorado State Division of Banking and the Federal …
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Centennial Bank, a full-service commercial bank, announces that
it has been approved by the Colorado State Division of Banking and
the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City to open a branch in
"This location will give us an opportunity to expand the reach
of our business banking services to clients in Boulder with a very
talented team of bankers who know this market well," says Charles
Holmes, president of Centennial Bank's Boulder branch. "We look
forward to filling a void in the marketplace and delivering
exceptional commercial and private banking services to businesses
in and around the Boulder area."
The Boulder branch is expected to be open for business late
first quarter of 2012. The downtown Denver branch, which opened in
January at 717 17th Street, will continue to serve clients in the
downtown Denver area. The Bank's southeast Denver branch, located
at Arapahoe Road and Potomac Street in Centennial, will remain as
the main branch and headquarters, serving customers in the south
Denver Metro Area.
Centennial Bank is a full-service commercial bank focused on
providing banking solutions to businesses throughout the Denver
Metro Area. Established in 1986 and acquired by CIC Bancshares,
Inc. in 2010, Centennial Bank provides personalized service to
customers for their business and personal banking needs. For more
information, please visit www.CentennialBanking.com.
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