You will now notice a new look for Bank of Utah, including a more modern logo. We’re still the Bank of Utah that you’ve come to know and trust, but we’ve freshened things up to better reflect who we are today.
More than 30 years ago, we selected the pine tree for our logo. Beautiful evergreens, in all their varieties, are admired for their ability to thrive in all kinds of conditions, symbolizing strength, protection, growth and even knowledge.
Like the evergreen, Bank of Utah has thrived for nearly 65 years, through various economic climates. Our new, brighter evergreen represents Bank of Utah’s continued strength as one of the strongest banks in the country. Our Utah roots were firmly planted in 1952 by the Frank M. Browning family, and we’ve grown from 16 employees, to more than 300 bank representatives in 18 locations across the state. With more than one billion dollars in assets, Bank of Utah has also grown in its depth and breadth of services, including personal and business banking, mortgage and commercial lending, trust management and investment services.
We hope that when you see the many beautiful evergreens that dot Utah’s landscape all the way from Logan Canyon to the Pine Valley Mountains in southern Utah, you’ll think of us. Bank of Utah will continue to be part of Utah’s landscape and serve thousands of customers for many years to come.