With more than 160 years’ experience meeting our customers’ financial needs, First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO) has built a reputation for service few banks can match.
We have a history of doing what’s right for our customers, employees, shareholders and the communities in which we serve.

Our operating philosophy and independent ownership have guided our long-term investments in facilities, processing technologies and infrastructure, rather than managing from quarter to quarter to satisfy Wall Street. We’ve been independent and family-owned since 1857, which has been our recipe for success for six generations.
FNBO has been recognized at the highest levels. We are currently ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Retail Banking in the Midwest” by J.D. Power; named a MONEY “Best Bank in the Midwest;” and ranked one of Forbes “Best Banks in America.”

At FNBO, we think of ourselves as the “great big, small bank,” large enough to provide the expertise and resources necessary to handle any financial need, yet small enough to know you personally. We are a subsidiary of First National of Nebraska, with nearly 5,000 employees and $23 billion in assets.  With 98 retail banking locations in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas, we help our customers and communities to succeed by focusing on building relationships at a local level.

Lines of Business include:

  • Consumer Banking
  • Business Banking
  • SBA Lending
  • Mortgage Services
  • Commercial Lending
  • Equipment Financing
  • Investment Services
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Wealth Management
  • Business & Consumer Credit Cards
  • Treasury Services


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