First National Wealth Management names Peter Loritz Assistant Vice President
For Immediate Release: Contact: Jude Sandvall 303-938-4643 First National Wealth Management names Peter Loritz Assistant Vice President (FORT COLLINS, CO, January 14, 2013) - Peter Loritz, Senior Trust Officer with First National Wealth Management, has been promoted to Assistant Vice President. Peter is responsible for the professional administration of trusts and estates, as well as investment management accounts and IRAs. He serves as a relationship manager for Wealth Management clients, proactively identifying the proper resources to meet his clients’ financial goals. Peter joined First National in 2007, after completing his law degree at the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law. His undergraduate degree in Finance is from the University of Wisconsin and he has earned the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor designation. Peter is an active member of the Young Lawyers Division of the Colorado and Larimer County Bar Associations and the Northern Colorado and Boulder Estate Planning Councils. He serves clients in Fort Collins and Boulder. First National Wealth Management has been serving clients for more than 80 years and manages nearly $4.5 billion in assets for individuals, corporations, public entities and foundations. First National Bank is a subsidiary of First National of Nebraska. First National of Nebraska has grown into the largest private banking company in the United States. First National and its affiliates have $17 billion in managed assets and nearly 5,000 employee associates. Primary banking offices are located in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas. # # # Investment Products are: • Not FDIC Insured • May Lose Value • No Bank Guarantee • Not a Deposit • Not Insured By Any Federal Government Agency •no cost to a First National Wealth Management is a division of First National Bank of Omaha. Member FDIC
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