Jeremy Nicholas to Top 25 Young Professionals
October 3, 2016
First Western Trust’s Jeremy Nicholas Named to ColoradoBiz Magazine’s Top 25 Young Professionals
Denver, Colo – October 3, 2016 – First Western Trust is excited to announce that the President of First Western Trust, DTC, Jeremy Nicholas, has been recognized as one of ColoradoBiz Magazine’s Top 25 Most Influential Young Professionals.
Each year, this award recognizes professionals under the age of 40 who have made a significant impact on Colorado through their professional and community work.
“I am honored to be named one of the Most Influential Young Professionals,” said Jeremy. “This is an impressive group of people who have accomplished great things in their professional lives and with their community involvement. I’m humbled to be named alongside them.”
As President of First Western Trust’s DTC office, Jeremy leads the private banking, investment management, and wealth management teams in delivering tailored solutions for their clients.
Jeremy joined First Western Trust in 2008 as a private banker for the company. He later became a relationship manager for the Denver office’s lending clients. Prior to being promoted to President, Jeremy was vice president, relationship manager, in the Denver office where he managed one of the largest loan portfolios in the company.
In addition to his professional success, Jeremy is a board member of Earth Force, an organization dedicated to engaging youth as environmental problem solvers.
“We are proud to see Jeremy recognized by ColoradoBiz Magazine,” said Scott Wylie, chairman and CEO of First Western Trust. “Within First Western, Jeremy has always gone above and beyond to support our clients, and he has been an important part of building our FW Way Committee and supporting our company’s culture. Outside of the company, he is passionate about volunteering and giving back. We’re very proud of what he has accomplished already in his career and look forward to seeing his continued contributions to First Western and the community.”