I look forward to becoming immersed in the Santa Fe community and the New Mexico market and providing clients with assistance in establishing a plan for their financial future.
Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
First National Bank of Santa Fe is pleased to welcome Eric J. Letendre, CFA, as Senior Trust and Investment Officer based at the bank’s Hospital Drive location in Santa Fe. Eric brings over 25 years of experience in trust and financial services to First National Bank’s already strong and growing team of trust and estate planning professionals.
Eric received his BA with a double major in History and Modern Languages from the Virginia Military Institute and earned an MBA in Business from the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. Eric is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and is a member of the CFA Institute. He is a retired United States Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel.
At First National Bank of Santa Fe, Eric is primarily responsible for providing trust administration, financial planning advice and solutions for high-net worth clients, trusts, entrepreneurs, retirees and endowments with the Bank’s customary high level of expertise and personal attention. In commenting on his new role at First National, Eric states that, “I am excited about a new venture with a venerable trust company that has a great deal to offer. I look forward to becoming immersed in the Santa Fe community and the New Mexico market and providing clients with assistance in establishing a plan for their financial future.”
For a personalized assessment of your trust and estate planning needs, contact Eric today at 505-995-1839.
About First National Bank of Santa Fe
Chartered in 1870, First National Bank of Santa Fe is the oldest bank in the Southwest and has been successfully serving the needs of individuals and businesses for over 140 years. The Bank’s sound banking practices, strong capital base, and commitment to the communities it serves have allowed them to develop longstanding and successful banking relationships throughout their entire history. For more information, call 505-992-2000 or visit the Bank’s website at http://www.fnb-sf.com