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LANB / Enterprise Merger Complete

on March 8, 2019 - 6:46am
It’s official ...Trinity Capital Corporation (Los Alamos National Bank’s holding company) has merged with Enterprise Financial Services Corp, the parent company of Enterprise Bank & Trust. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
 
 
By JIM LALLY
President & CEO, Enterprise Financial Services Corp
 
I am honored to inform you that today, Trinity Capital Corporation (Los Alamos National Bank’s holding company) merged with Enterprise Financial Services Corp, the parent company of Enterprise Bank & Trust.
 
With this merger, New Mexico becomes Enterprise Bank & Trust’s second-largest market, which includes 34 full-service locations spanning St. Louis, Kansas City, Phoenix and now, New Mexico. As we integrate our organizations, we will remain true to the principles both of our companies were founded on: local decision-making, long-standing client relationships and engaged associates.
 
Our goal for this union is to “grow together” – growing economic advantages for communities, opportunities for associates, value for shareholders – and importantly, growing choices for you, our clients.
 
Advantages for You
We are committed to making this transition as seamless as possible for you. With the combined companies, you will continue to enjoy the same personal attention and exceptional service you have come to expect as a LANB client. That has been a guiding tenant for both companies and will continue to be one for the combined organization.
 
Each New Mexico location will continue to be staffed with local leadership, allowing you to maintain access to the bank’s leaders for information and consultation. Over time, the strength of our combined companies will allow us to offer you a wider array of services and an enhanced banking experience.
 
No Immediate Changes
LANB’s products and your own accounts remain the same as before. Your checks, ATM/debit cards, credit cards and PIN numbers are unchanged for now. Please continue to reorder checks and make loan payments and deposits just as you do today.
 
In fact, you will see very few changes until we integrate our systems in the second quarter. You will then be able to transact business at any of our combined organization’s branches.
 
A Like-Minded Union
Like LANB, our priorities extend beyond banking transactions. We are aligned and united by our similar cultures and long histories of community service. Enterprise makes significant time, educational and financial commitments to local communities. We intend to continue that tradition and extend strong support to organizations in the Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Albuquerque communities.
 
Getting To Know You
We would like to get to know you better. Please share your opinions with us by taking this brief online survey - click here. Your input will help us understand your preferences and priorities regarding your banking experience and how we communicate with you – including the bank name change that is a regulatory requirement as a result of this merger. The survey is anonymous and should only take about 10 minutes to complete.
 
How We Can Connect
This is the first of several communications you will receive in the weeks and months ahead. In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your LANB banker or just stop by your nearest branch. You can also check out our website at enterprisebank.com.
 
On behalf of all of the dedicated directors, officers and associates of LANB and Enterprise Bank & Trust, thank you for your business and a heartfelt welcome to Enterprise! We look forward to growing together in the years to come.

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