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A Bank Built Around a Great City
From the moment First Westroads Bank opened its doors in 1967, we've been on a mission to support the hardworking innovators in our community — the entrepreneurs and business leaders who helped build Omaha. They've committed their money, time and tenacity to move our fair city forward.
And as our community continues to grow and evolve, so do we, building our team of caring experts, expanding on our full-service offerings and implementing the latest technology.
But even as we continue to change with the world around us, we remain steadfast in our positive, nurturing atmosphere that welcomes our customers and champions our employees. We are Omaha proud and Omaha strong, paving the way for a brighter community for many generations to come.
We're driven to do what's right for our customers, every single one of them, no matter if they use only one of our products or a suite of offerings.
Each customer has unconditional access to our knowledge, experience and expertise. Whether you're a startup or a well-established business, someone looking for portfolio management or retirement guidance, a first-time account holder or a seasoned pro juggling multiple accounts, we meet you where you are and take the journey with you, every step of the way.
From working with small businesses as they expand and grow, to supporting worthy causes in our neighborhoods, we're here to help.Learn More
First Westroads Bank is the chartered name of the bank. For Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) purposes, a depositor's account balances in First Westroads Bank will be aggregated with any account balances of the depositor in the following offices, branches or internet site of First Westroads Bank.
· 15750 W. Dodge Rd., Omaha, Ne 68118 · 612 N. 98th St., Omaha, NE 68114 · www.firstwestroads.bank
The total account balances of a depositor with First Westroads Bank and its offices and branches will have the benefit of the deposit insurance coverage that the FDIC provides to a depositor's accounts in a single bank.
To determine the level of FDIC deposit insurance coverage available on accounts in a single bank, visit fdic.gov and go to the Deposit Insurance for information on what's covered.