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Latest Nevada Banking Feature
Banking on Nevada: Stronger + in Recovery Mode
By Doresa Banning
Originally published: https://www.nevadabusiness.com/2017/02/banking-on-nevada-stronger-in-recovery-mode/
For City National Bank, 2016 was one of its best years since the economic downturn. Today, with $47 billion in assets, its financials are more robust overall, profitability is improved, topline revenues are increasing and its number of clients is up, said Scott Aney, Nevada regional executive. In fact, in December, executives signed a 10-year lease extension for City National’s Las Vegas Regional Center in Summerlin. The bank, which has 73 offices and 16 regional service centers nationwide, provides services in three areas: commercial, for mid-sized businesses; private, for higher net worth individuals; and business and personal, for small business owners and their personal needs.
Like City National, the banking industry as a whole in the Silver State continues to recover and is strong and competitive, experts said. [Read the full story.]
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Nevada Banking Resources
Nevada Financial Institutions Division: The mission of the Financial Institutions Division is to maintain a financial institutions system for the citizens of Nevada that is safe and sound, protects consumers and defends the overall public interest, and promotes economic development through the efficient, effective and equitable licensing, examination and supervision of depository, fiduciary, and non-depository financial institutions.
Federal Reserve: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System