FNBA

AcronymDefinition
FNBAFirst National Bank of Arizona (Scottsdale, Arizona)
FNBAFirst National Bank of Anchorage (Anchorage, AK)
FNBAFive Nations Beef Alliance (various locations)
FNBAFlexible Narrow Beam Adapter
FNBAFrench National Basketball Association
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At FNBA, size and risk will generally determine the complexity of the business plan needed from borrowers, Steadman says.
Examiners also noted a $350,000 commitment by FNBA to a DCIC loan pool to rehabilitate commercial properties in economically distressed areas targeted for revitalization.
SNB Kansas and FDIC have also entered into a loss sharing agreement under which SNB Kansas will be protected against credit losses from loans and related assets acquired from FNBA.
Diana Morian was promoted [C]Cash Management Manager and has worked the last fifteen years at FNBA.
FNBA is also the largest locally-owned bank in Nevada and Arizona with assets in excess of $3.
In addition to these new services, FNBA also benefits from INFO1's Bureau Direct(TM) and Three-Bureau Merged Credit Reports, allowing brokers to access bureau information instantaneously.
FNBA places a wide range of business banking tools at the fingertips of Alaska's business owners and managers.
And if all those things are done well," says Cheri Gillian, one of the senior vice presidents of FNBA, "then the shareholders will reap the benefits.
This purchase will bring to ten the number of FNBA branches and is expected to close in the first quarter of 1997.
Martin Crow was promoted to branch manager and assigned to the Healy branch of FNBA, vice president Karl Heinz was named branch manager of the Eagle River branch, Dustin Hofeling was appointed vice president and named software solutions manager, and Michele Schuh was appointed vice president and named finance director.
NYSE:BOH), whereby FNBA will purchase Home Savings' four Arizona branches with deposits of approximately $270 million.
As Dan Cuddy defines our philosophy on lending," said Senior Vice President at FNBA Doug Longacre, "a viable business has to have three things: A good idea, good management and capital invested in the business.