Mr. Yeoman will be an integral part of the future of First National as we proudly continue our 142 year heritage of serving our clients and communities with honesty, integrity and financial strength.
Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
First National Bank of Santa Fe is pleased to announce that Scott Yeoman has joined the Bank as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
Mr. Yeoman has nearly 30 years experience as an executive officer of banks ranging from the largest U.S. banks to a de novo bank. His areas of expertise include general management, strategic planning, regulatory relationships and credit administration. A native of Illinois, Mr. Yeoman recently relocated to Santa Fe, NM after serving as the CEO of Central Bank & Trust in Colorado Springs, CO from 2006-2011.
Mr. Yeoman holds a BBA in Finance from the University of Iowa and an MBA in Finance from DePaul University. He has also participated in executive leadership training seminars at Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government.
Greg Ellena, First National Bank of Santa Fe President and CEO states, “We are very pleased to welcome Scott Yeoman to First National Bank. His extensive experience in bank leadership will be a tremendous asset to our already strong executive team. Mr. Yeoman will be an integral part of the future of First National as we proudly continue our 142 year heritage of serving our clients and communities with honesty, integrity and financial strength.”
About First National Bank of Santa Fe
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. Sound banking practices, a strong capital base, and a commitment to the communities they serve have allowed First National to remain independent throughout the Bank's entire history. With 11 convenient locations in Santa Fe, Eldorado, Los Alamos, Albuquerque and Denver, First National Bank of Santa Fe serves their customers with financial expertise and a highly personal approach to every relationship. For more information, call 505-992-2000 or visit the Bank's website at http://www.fnb-sf.com