Ironically, common sense has never been all that common. If it were, banks would only sell you what you need. Everything would be fair, without all of the fine print. And, when your banker looked at you, they wouldn’t just see a number, they’d see a dad, or a mom, or a graduate, or a business owner. That’s why at National Bank Holdings Corporation we understand the complexities of people’s lives and offer simple solutions. We call it banking with common sense, and we invite you to do the same.
- We believe common sense is more than just banking.
- We believe in finding financial solutions that cater specifically to your needs.
- We believe in your future, and are invested in helping you get there. That means looking at you and not seeing a number, but rather the dad, mom, graduate, business owner, or entrepreneur that you are.
- We believe life is complex enough, and banking should be simple.
- We believe in straight talk, personal attention, and sensible, clear decisions from real people. No jibber jabber, no smoke and mirrors and no passing the buck.
- We believe that personal attention should come from real people. Not a machine.
If this is what you believe in, then you’re definitely right for us. And we might be the right bank for you.
We’re uniting with other companies to lead the charge on diversity and inclusion. Read more about the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion. Please watch the video below for an example of how we’re promoting diversity and inclusion within our culture.
Our Community Service
We’ve been told time again that getting the fundamentals right is the best way we can help the community. But we’re not satisfied with that answer. We’d like to help in other ways too. That’s why as a bank and as individuals, we put aside some time and money to help out. Here are a few things we do.
Our Holding Company
NBH Bank is a subsidiary of National Bank Holdings Corporation, a bank holding company created to build a leading community bank franchise delivering high-quality client service and committed to shareholder results. For more information please visit www.nationalbankholdings.com.