First Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Program Coming to Nevada

Nevada’s first osteopathic fellowship program has the green light. The American Osteopathic Association approved Nathan Adelson Hospice for a Hospice and Palliative Medicine Program. The program is a collaboration between the hospice and Touro University Nevada. This is a first-of-its-kind fellowship in Nevada and one of only 11 in the nation, according to a recent statement… [More...]

Nevada State Bank names Ryan Ragland vice president, professional banking relationship manager

Nevada State Bank has named Ryan Ragland vice president, relationship manager for the professional banking group.

LAS VEGAS – Nevada State Bank has named Ryan Ragland vice president, relationship manager for the professional banking group. In his role, Ragland will oversee all areas of professional banking services for his clients. Ragland brings more than 10 years of experience in the southern Nevada financial industry to his role. He previously served in various… [More...]

The Private Bank by Nevada State Bank welcomes new director Randy Boesch

Randy Boesch has joined Nevada State Bank as executive vice president/director of private banking.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Randy Boesch has joined Nevada State Bank as executive vice president/director of private banking. He will serve as a member of the executive management committee and oversee The Private Bank by Nevada State Bank and the Professional Banking Team. Boesch most recently managed the Private Client Services Group at City National Bank for the… [More...]

Las Vegas Home Prices See 2.7 Percent Increase

Las Vegas home prices ticked up 2.7 percent in February – even as the valley saw fewer homes selling. According to statistics released by the Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS (GLVAR), the median price of an existing single-family home sold in Southern Nevada during February was $190,000, up from $185,000 in January. Total existing homes,… [More...]

Nevada State Bank Adds Duncan and Yu to Marketing Team

Nevada State Bank named Rick Duncan as social media coordinator and Ling Yu as marketing project manager for the Bank’s marketing communications team.

LAS VEGAS — Nevada State Bank recently named Rick Duncan as social media coordinator and Ling Yu as marketing project manager for the Bank’s marketing communications team. Duncan will be responsible for the daily execution of the Bank’s social and online strategies in addition to digital special projects. A recent graduate of the University of Nevada,… [More...]

Nevada State Bank, as part of Zions Bancorporation, Earns 12 Greenwich Awards for Banking Excellence

Nevada State Bank was recognized by Greenwich Associates for excellence among the nation’s top banks for both small business and middle-market banking.

LAS VEGAS — Nevada State Bank, as part of Zions Bancorporation (NASDAQ: ZION), was recognized in a survey conducted by Greenwich Associates for excellence among the nation’s top banks for both small business and middle-market banking. The Greenwich awards are based on more than 30,000 market research interviews with companies in the United States. Of the more than… [More...]

Nevada State Bank: Established in 1959

Nevada State Bank (NSB), the largest state-chartered bank in Nevada, has grown along with the state for nearly 55 years, succeeding despite the economic challenges that managed to defeat many other financial institutions. Today, it operates 50 branches in 20 communities across the state, and has over $4 billion in assets. Beginnings: 1959-1979 In the… [More...]

Banking on Nevada: A New Day Dawning

Banking doesn’t exist in a vacuum; the industry is affected by the economic environment.

Banking doesn’t exist in a vacuum; the industry is affected by the economic environment which, in turn, can be directly affected by practices and realities within the banking industry. So it should be good news that Nevada bankers are feeling optimistic about 2014. The banking industry has stabilized, according to George E. Burns, commissioner, Nevada… [More...]

Credit Unions in Nevada: They’re Coming Back

Many credit unions in Nevada are garnering profits, a welcome trend.

During the recession, Nevada’s Boulder Dam Credit Union (BDCU) moved from the black into the red, primarily due to loan losses, said President and CEO Eric Estes. It weathered the financial decline by shrinking assets and shares. After three and a half years in the doldrums, the credit union’s health began to turn around. BDCU… [More...]