At Vectra Bank, we promise to listen to our customers, initiate contact, provide solutions and build proactive relationships. It’s our goal to provide our customers with the knowledge, expertise, and financial solutions that will help them be successful.
We practice “proactive relationship banking,” which means we get to know our clients well. We use that knowledge to vigorously discover opportunities to grow their business. We’re passionate about helping clients who are passionate about achieving their goals. Our expert bankers serve them in 39 convenient bank locations across the Rocky Mountain region from Front Range urban communities to the mountain resorts.
As a division of Zions Bancorporation, N.A., Vectra offers every client – personal or business – the best of both worlds: a broad reach and depth of resources alongside an unparalleled one–to–one attention. We like to say we are big enough to count and yet small enough to care.
Vectra Bank Colorado is a division of Zions Bancorporation, N.A. (NASDAQ: ZION), one of the nation's premier financial services companies, with total assets exceeding $65 billion. Zions Bancorporation, N.A. is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), and operates under multiple trade names in multiple states. Divisions of Zions Bancorporation, N.A. are not separate FDIC‐insured banks. The FDIC coverage extended to deposit clients is that of one insured bank.
As a part of Zions Bancorporation, Vectra Bank has received 31 Greenwich Excellence Awards* in 2015, the highest number of awards won by any bank in the United States and the most ever received by Zions. This represents an increase from last year when we received the second most Excellence Awards in the country. Please click here for a full listing of awards.
*Greenwich Excellence Awards: Greenwich Associates is a leading global financial services research and consulting firm. The Greenwich Excellence Awards in small business and middle market banking were based on interviews with over 28,000 businesses across the U.S., with sales of $1 million to $500 million. More than 750 banks were evaluated.