First National Bank Alaska named Suzanne Whittle as a new Senior Vice President and the Director of Compliance and Branch Operations Support.
First National Bank Alaska welcomed Morgan Neff as the bank’s Wealth Management Director and Senior Vice President, directing all wealth management and trust activities.
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A finance lab at the UAA College of Business and Public Policy is scheduled to open around this time next year, thanks to contributions from First National Bank Alaska.
Started on January 30, 1922, as The First National Bank of Anchorage inside a furniture store at 4th Avenue and G Street, FNBA has grown and prospered over the last century while other banks have fallen by the wayside or been absorbed by larger institutions.
The retirement of a financial industry veteran from the top management of First National Bank Alaska (FNBA) leaves room for other executives to move up a notch.
First National Bank Alaska opened with just two employees on January 30, 1922. As its hundredth anniversary nears, the bank is Alaska’s largest, with more than 600 employees in nineteen communities.
Borrowers can use debt restructuring to renegotiate their delinquent financial obligations, restore liquidity, and continue their operations.
First National Bank Alaska was chosen as one of America’s Best-In-State Banks 2021 by Forbes and was the only bank in Alaska to receive the honor.
Banks and credit unions are among the most prominent financial services companies serving Alaskans. However, there are distinct differences—and similarities—between how these institutions function to meet the needs of businesses and consumers.