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First Bank

First Bank is the name used by various financial institutions worldwide. The term, either as whole or as part of a combination of names, may refer to:


  • First Bank of Nigeria, a Nigerian bank with branches in Ghana, South Africa, Guinea, Gambia, Sierra Leone, DRC, UAE, United States, UK, France, China etc.
  • First National Bank (disambiguation), a name used by various banks worldwide
  • First Interstate Bank (disambiguation), a name used by various banks worldwide
  • First Commercial Bank (disambiguation), used by a bank in Taipei, Taiwan, as well as several in the United States



  • First Gulf Bank, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • First Microfinance Bank, in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
  • First Microfinance Bank, in Dushanbe, Tajikistan
  • First Women Bank Limited, in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
  • First Pacific Bank, a former bank based in Hong Kong


United States[edit]

  • FirstBank Holding Co, also known as 1stBank, a privately held bank based in Lakewood, Colorado with locations in Colorado, California, and Arizona
  • First American National Bank, a defunct bank now part of Amsouth Bancorporation
  • First Bancorp, a financial holding company in Southern Pines, North Carolina
  • First BanCorp, more commonly known as FirstBank, a financial holding company in Puerto Rico
  • First Bank & Trust, headquartered in Evanston, Illinois and serving the Chicago area
  • First Bank System, a Minneapolis, Minnesota-based regional bank holding company that had used the trade name First Bank before the holding company was renamed U.S. Bancorp in 1997
  • First International Bank, in Watford City, North Dakota
  • First Midwest Bank, in Joliet, Illinois
  • Seafirst Bank, acquired by Bank of America, known in the early 1970s as Firstbank
  • Security First Network Bank, claimed to be the first pure internet bank, in Atlanta, Georgia


Similarly Named[edit]

  • FirstBank Building, part of the Palmer Center complex, is a class A high-rise office building in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The building was known as the Holly Sugar Building
  • First American Bank (disambiguation)
  • First Commonwealth Bank, a financial services company based in Indiana, Pennsylvania, primarily serving the Western and the Central Pennsylvania regions
  • First Federal Bank (disambiguation)
  • First Pennsylvania Bank, a bank based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1782, it was for decades the oldest bank in the United States until it was acquired by CoreStates Financial Corporation in 1989
  • First Security Bank, a privately held company based in Searcy, Arkansas
  • First State Bank (disambiguation)
  • First Westroads Bank, a locally owned community bank in Omaha, Nebraska, USA, with two branches

Other uses[edit]

  • First Bank F.C., a Nigerian association football club run by First Bank of Nigeria

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FirstBank Holding Co

US Bank

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FormerlyFirst Westland National Bank
TypePrivate company
IndustryBanking, Financial services
FoundedFebruary 28, 1963
FoundersEverett Williams, George Williams

Lakewood, Colorado


United States

Number of locations

115+ branches (2019)

Area served

Colorado (Predominantly), Palm Desert, California, Phoenix Metro Area, Arizona

Key people

Jim Reuter


Ron Tilton

Todd T. Vanosdoll
(Chief Financial Officer)
Emily Robinson
(Chief Operating Officer)

Albert Kendrick
(Chief Information Officer)

Gordon Banks
(Executive Vice President of Marketing)

Roger Reisher
(1ST President)
ProductsConsumer banking, Commercial banking

Net income

Increase US$ 271.12 million (2019)[2]
Total assetsIncrease US$ 18.57 billion (2019)[2]

Number of employees

2,915 (2019)

FirstBank, sometimes referred to as 1STBank, is a Colorado-based and privately held bank and financial services company that owns over 115 FirstBank locations in three states in the Southwestern U.S.: Colorado, Arizona, and California. Headquartered in Lakewood, Colorado, it is the second largest bank in Colorado by total deposits behind only Wells Fargo.[3][unreliable source?] On February 1, 2017, John Ikard, CEO, and Dave Baker, President, announced their retirement. Jim Reuter and Ron Tilton took over the CEO and President positions respectively and Emily Robinson succeeded Reuter's previous position as Chief Operating Officer.[1] FirstBank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, often styled as Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender.[citation needed]


Founded by George and Everett Williams in partnership with Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. and William P. Johnson in 1963, FirstBank has expanded beyond a contender in the Denver Metro Area to one of the largest privately held banks in the country.[4] As of February 2019, FirstBank had assets totaling $18.5B and more than $16.5B in deposits.[2][3]

In 2010 FirstBank partnered with Community First Foundation to launch Colorado Gives Day - a 24-hour online drive to raise funds for Colorado non-profits.[5] This was expanded beyond Colorado, in 2013, with the implementation of Arizona Gives Day - a collaboration between Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and Arizona Grantmakers Forum.[6]


On February 1, 1962, Everett and George Williams of Boulder met with Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. and William (Bill) P. Johnson of the Rothgerber, Appel and Powers law firm to discuss a possible bank charter application. Ira suggested that they locate the proposed bank in the then developing 40-acre Westland Shopping Center in Lakewood. Everett, Ira and Bill Johnson met with Paul Ross, Chief National Bank Examiner, in Kansas City on March 12, 1962. The charter application for First Westland National Bank was filed on March 23, 1962. A number of bankers were interviewed and considered for the president position before Roger Reisher, Vice President of the Roeland Park State bank in Kansas City, was ultimately chosen.[citation needed]

FirstBank opened its doors to the public on February 28, 1963, under the name of Westland National Bank.[4]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ abcd"FirstBank's CEO, president announce retirements on same day". Denver Post. December 22, 2016. Retrieved April 26, 2017.
  2. ^ abc>"FirstBank Wraps 2018 with New Highs in Assets, Deposits, Loans and Net Income". GlobeNewsWire. Retrieved February 11, 2019.
  3. ^ ab"2016 Banks by Deposit". Denver Business Journal. December 16, 2016. Retrieved April 26, 2017.
  4. ^ ab"After 50 years, FirstBank is firmly entrenched as a giant". Denver Business Journal. March 14, 2013. Retrieved April 26, 2017.
  5. ^"FirstBank-backed Colorado Gives Day means a bonanza for charities". Denver Business Journal. December 5, 2016. Retrieved April 26, 2017.
  6. ^"Improving Arizona Through the Power of Collective Giving". April 4, 2017. Retrieved April 26, 2017.

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