First Western Trust Bank Continues To Lure Local Banking Talent

First Western Trust Bank Announced Today that David Johnson has Accepted a Senior Position with the Firm

Online PR News – 10-February-2010 – – Denver, CO—First Western Trust Bank ( announced today that David Johnson has accepted a senior position with the firm, serving as Vice President of the DTC | Cherry Hills office. Mr. Johnson joins the First Western team after 12 years of experience in banking, most recently as a Business Banking Relationship Manager with Key Bank.

The recruitment of outstanding professionals is essential for the continued success of First Western, which strives to be the best private bank for the Western wealth management client.

“At First Western, we have been fortunate to attract very high caliber people,” Mr. Lou Clinton, President of First Western Trust Bank in Colorado, commented. “David Johnson will play an important role as Vice President of the DTC | Cherry Hills office, building and strengthening wealth management relationships within the local community.”

Christian Lewis, the President of the DTC | Cherry Hills office, remarked, “The experience David Johnson brings will contribute to an already highly dedicated team. We look forward to how David will support our clients and other team members.”

David Johnson holds a Bachelor of Arts from Mansfield University. He has also been recognized for his achievements in the banking community of South Denver through various awards.

About First Western Trust Bank
First Western Trust Bank is the best private bank for the Western wealth management client, providing comprehensive tailored solutions in the areas of wealth planning, private banking, investment management and trust services. With over $3 billion in assets under management, First Western was ranked by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest growing bank/bank holding institutions in the country. Built specifically for the new economies of the West, the firm has offices in Arizona, California, and Colorado. For more information, please visit or call 303-531-8100.

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