More than just branches, Bank of Utah has local roots.
Bank of Utah was founded and organized by Frank M. Browning on Dec. 1, 1952 with assets of less than $1 million. Today Bank of Utah holds more than $1 billion in assets, has 18 locations throughout the state with over 300 employees. Even with this growth, the bank remains locally-owned and managed with a commitment to Utah by offering personal and business banking, mortgage and commercial lending, wealth management, trusts, insurance and investment services.
Since its inception 65 years ago, Bank of Utah has evolved into one of the top-performing banks in the country in earnings and strength of balance sheet, according to The Briden Report. Bauer Financial, Inc., a national financial industry rating firm, also has awarded Bank of Utah with a five-out-of-five-star rating for strength and capitalization. The bank's strategy for continued growth and excellence is to provide the best products, services and technology available in the industry, the expertise of top banking professionals and high-touch customer service.
As is represented by its pine tree logo, Bank of Utah strives for strength, resiliency, protection and a long-term commitment to help our customers grow their businesses and personal wealth for many years to come.