Alpine Bank reaches goal of $2 billion in assets
Alpine Bank Chairman J. Robert Young recently announced to shareholders the bank has reached its goal of $2 billion dollars in assets. Less than four years ago, Alpine Bank exceeded assets of $1 billion dollars.”Seventeen years ago, we reached the $100 million mark,” Young said. “Thus, in 17 years, our asset base has increased more than twentyfold. While we will undoubtedly establish a goal and timetable for $3 billion in assets, we are extremely grateful for the many customers, loyal employees, and board members who make this possible,” said Young. “While we will continue to grow, we will also remember the same core values and community service that makes this success possible.” Alpine Bank has 32 western and southwestern slope banking offices serving close to 100,000 customers with retail, business, trust, asset management, mortgage and electronic banking services. They employ more than 500 people in eight counties.
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