Los Alamos National Bank CEO John Gulas Participates In 2015 Quality New Mexico Learning Summit

Los Alamos National Bank CEO John S. Gulas participates in 2015 Quality New Mexico Learning Summit. Courtesy photo


Six national Baldrige Award recipients were invited to participate in the 2015 Quality New Mexico Learning Summit that took place April 7-8. Los Alamos National Bank (LANB) was awarded the prestigious Malcom Baldrige National Quality Award in 2000. The award recognizes U.S. organizations for performance excellence and is presented by the President of the United States.

John S. Gulas, CEO of LANB represented the bank at the Quality New Mexico Learning Summit. During the conference, Gulas spoke about LANB’s core values and the bank’s criteria for performance excellence, outlining the benefits derived from defining and utilizing performance strategies in business.

“Los Alamos National Bank has supported the mission of Quality New Mexico for over a decade,” Gulas said. “Los Alamos National Bank would like to thank Quality New Mexico for highlighting the path towards performance excellence. It is a path that leads to successful operations, management practices, and overall success.”

Los Alamos National Bank (LANB) is the largest locally-owned bank and one of the largest banks in New Mexico, with current assets of more than $1.5 billion. Through the responsive work of 360 professional employees, LANB is proud to offer a full range of banking services with the highest degree of customer service to businesses and residents in northern New Mexico and the Albuquerque metro area. A true community bank with six full-service locations, LANB ranks as one of the top mortgage lenders in the state. LANB has been voted “Best Bank in Santa Fe” by the readers of the Santa Fe Reporter for the past eight years. LANB was the first corporation in New Mexico, as well as the first and only bank in the nation, to earn the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Founded in 1963, LANB is a subsidiary of Trinity Capital Corporation, headquartered in Los Alamos.




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