Alpine president named to state banking board
August 13, 2015
GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Alpine Bank Vice Chairman and President Glen Jammaron has been appointed by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper to serve as a representative for bankers west of the continental divide on the Colorado Banking Board. The Colorado Banking Board is the policy-making and rule-making authority for the Division of Banking.
'Honored to be selected'
"I am honored to be selected to represent western Colorado communities and community banks across Colorado," Jammaron said. "Community banks continue to play a unique and important role in our state as they are operated locally and are relationship-driven. They thrive when their local communities thrive."
Former Head of Central operations
“Community banks continue to play a unique and important role in our state as they are operated locally and are relationship-driven. They thrive when their local communities thrive.”Glen JammaronVice chairman, president of Alpine Bank
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Jammaron is a 30-year veteran with Alpine Bank, having joined the bank in 1985 after graduating from Western State College. He has served a variety of executive positions with the bank, including branch president, head of central operations and as a long-term board member.
About the State Banking Board
The nine-member Colorado State Banking Board consists of five members who are executive officers of commercial banks, an executive officer of a trust company, an executive officer of a money transmitter business and two public members who possess expertise in finance through their experience in business, industry, agriculture or education.
For more information, go to http://www.alpine bank.com.
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