First Western Trust Adds Senior Private Banker to Denver Team
October 8, 2014
Downtown Denver, Colo – Oct 7, 2014 – First Western Trust is pleased to announce a new addition to its downtown Denver team. As Senior Private Banker, Steven Lovitt will build and maintain relationships to help First Western clients fulfill their banking and financial goals.
Before joining First Western, Steven was store manager at Wells Fargo Bank where he was responsible for growing the branch as well as hiring, coaching, and developing employees. Before his experience as store manager, Steven was also service manager at Wells Fargo where he performed essential tasks to grow relationships with banking clients. Steven earned his Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Marketing Communications and Political Science from Simpson College.
“Our focus at First Western is to provide wealth management solutions that cater to each client’s financial needs,” said Lou Clinton, president of First Western Trust’s downtown Denver office. “Steven’s dedication to his clients and his unique ability to connect with them and understand their financial picture will help strengthen our ability to create solutions for our clients.”
About First Western Trust
First Western Trust is uniquely positioned as the best private bank for the Western wealth management client by providing tailored solutions in the areas of wealth planning, private banking, investment management, and trusts and estates to meet clients’ complex financial needs. With further specialties in retirement services, insurance, philanthropic services, and business banking, First Western delivers direct access to subject matter experts and sophisticated services through local, team-based relationships. First Western’s services are integrated through ConnectView, a proprietary approach that considers a client’s entire financial picture in designing integrated solutions to reach short- and long-term goals. Built specifically for clients based in the West, the firm has offices in Arizona, California, Colorado, and Wyoming.