Colorado Springs, CO (June 17, 2019)
ANB Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Lisa Machamer as a treasury management officer located at the Cimarron banking center. Her vast knowledge and expertise in the banking and customer service industries contribute an important aspect in ensuring her customers receive the right mix of products and services to meet their needs and succeed.
“My goal is to build lasting relationships with my customers through exceeding expectations in order to make a difference in their banking experiences,” says Machamer.
She has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry. Prior to joining ANB Bank, Machamer has gained extensive knowledge in cultivating relationships and developing business plans through various roles in the Colorado Springs and Denver areas, such as regional account manager, business relationship specialist, new business lead trainer and senior case manager. She holds a bachelor of arts degree from Western State Colorado University in Gunnison, CO.
Lisa brings to the team an in-depth knowledge of banking as well as a high level of enthusiasm and motivation in meeting the needs of our customers,” stated Tom Ashley, Regional President of ANB Bank.
Lisa is a Colorado native and an active member of her community. She currently volunteers with the Pikes Peak Boy Scouts of America and the local chapter of Operation Christmas Child, and she looks forward to being a part of the bank’s volunteer program.
Across the ANB footprint, the bank has 31 banking centers serving customers in Colorado, Wyoming, and the Kansas City metro area. Its parent company is the Sturm Financial Group, Inc., headquartered in Denver, Colorado. ANB Bank has financial strength embodied in $2.6 billion in assets, and ranks in the top 8% of banks nationwide by size and is a true community bank with an unwavering commitment to excellence. The bank helps each of its communities prosper through investment, sponsorship, philanthropy, and employee volunteerism. It is a passion ANB has for banking that makes the difference.