FORT COLLINS — First National Bank in Fort Collins has promoted Marga Spangler to managing director of its wealth-management group in Colorado, the bank announced Wednesday.
Spangler, who has 30 years of banking experience, will lead the bank’s adviser practice in Colorado. She joined First National Bank in 2005 and most recently served as lead director for wealth management in Overland Park, Kan. She is based in Fort Collins.
“Marga has extensive experience in building teams and developing client relationships, which we know will bring value to our clients and the community,” said Mark Driscoll, FNB’s Colorado market president.
Spangler’s leadership team includes Rob Lynch in Boulder, Rhonda Morehead in Greeley and Todd Silliman in Fort Collins.
Lynch recently was promoted to director of private-client services and is leading the bank’s wealth-management team in Boulder. Lynch has been in the financial-services industry since 2007. He joined First National Bank in 2012 and has been a financial adviser and manager since that time.
Morehead, as a director of private-client services, is leading the bank’s wealth-management efforts in Greeley. She joined the wealth-management group at FNB in 2001, and she works with individuals, businesses, nonprofits and other institutions.
Silliman was recently hired by FNB in the Fort Collins area. He is a certified trust and financial adviser, with more than 25 years of experience working with affluent clients on trust services, investment management and succession planning. Most recently, Silliman was a wealth adviser at Northwest Wealth Management in Arnolds Park, Iowa.
FNB’s wealth-management group has more than $25 billion in assets under administration and provides services through 14 wealth-management offices that serve the bank’s 101 branch locations.
FNB has 24 retail branches along the Front Range including multiple locations in Fort Collins, Boulder, Greeley, Loveland, Longmont and Broomfield.
First National Bank is a subsidiary of First National of Nebraska. First National and its affiliates have more than $21 billion in assets and 5,000 employees. Primary banking offices are in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas.