DENVER, January 11, 2022 / PRNewswire / – True to its commitment to providing the best banking solutions to its customers, Fortis, a high-growth commercial bank serving small and medium-sized private enterprises in Colorado and Utahannounced the launch of its equipment financing product offering.
Chris case will be responsible for the development and execution of this new product at Fortis, aligning with the bank’s growth objectives by creating and structuring equipment loans that deliver significant value to existing and new customers. He joins Fortis with a dynamic twenty-three year career reflecting exceptional business leadership and customer service in the equipment finance industry.
“Providing a high quality equipment financing solution is something our customers ask of us. The provision of this additional product will complement our full commercial banking service offering to our customers, ”said Josh petersdirector of loans. “This important milestone in our evolution will continue to expand our capabilities to serve the banking needs of our business customers and to be more than just a traditional community bank.”
“We continue to hire bankers who are looking for a flat organizational structure and an increased ability to serve their clients and we are fortunate that senior and talented bankers like Chris continue to choose Fortis. Our goal remains to expand our teams in key markets, improving our commercial banking capabilities, and continue our commitment to serve our local communities, ”said Chris LuceCEO and co-founder of Fortis. “This can only be accomplished with our continued investment in hiring the best people.”
Fortis is insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and is a state chartered bank with offices in the Denver and Salt lake city metropolitan areas. The bank offers businesses and individuals a full range of lending, cash management and deposit products, with a focus on commercial and specialist clients. To learn more about Fortis, visit www.fortisprivatebank.com.
Laura Hildrethfirst vice-president, responsible for human resources