Customers of Colorado’s Guaranty Bank and Trust have 15 more options and a lot less name confusion today. Centennial Bank Holdings, Inc. (CBHI) announced that all 15 branches of its former subsidiary Centennial Bank of the West are now operating under the name of its single bank subsidiary, Guaranty Bank and Trust Company. This move comes on the heels of the companies’ merger on January 1, 2008. Now customers of both banks have access to the merged Guaranty Bank’s 36 branch network throughout the Colorado Front Range.
“Our customers from both banks will benefit from a single bank name and structure, including focused high touch customer service, consistent products, access to 36 branches throughout the Colorado Front Range and a new, customer-friendly website,” said Dan Quinn, CEO of the newly named holding company, Centennial Bank Holdings and Guaranty Bank.
The Denver-based bank provides banking and other financial services including real estate, construction, commercial and industrial, energy, consumer and agricultural loans to consumers and small to medium-sized businesses. Centennial Bank Holdings and Guaranty Bank also provides trust services, including personal trust administration, estate settlement, investment management accounts and self-directed IRAs.
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