March 03, 2015 8:59 AM ET


Company Overview of First National Bank of Omaha, Inc.

Company Overview

First National Bank of Omaha, Inc., a national chartered bank, provides banking services for personal, small business, and corporate clients in the United States. It offers checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit, individual retirement accounts, online banking, mobile banking, foreign currency exchange, global banking, community banking, credit cards, deposits, and corporate treasury services; and wealth and investing solutions in the areas of investments and planning, wealth management, tributary capital management, savings plans, and capital markets. The company also offers mortgage, home equity, auto, and personal loans; small business loans, small business administration l...

1620 Dodge Street

Omaha, NE 68197

United States

Founded in 1857





Key Executives for First National Bank of Omaha, Inc.

President and Director
Age: 60
Executive Vice President of Consumer Banking, Director and President of First Bankcard.
Director and President of Wealth Management & Investment Banking
Market President of Colorado
Market President of Kansas
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

First National Bank of Omaha, Inc. Key Developments

First National Bank of Omaha Names Stephen Eulie as Executive Vice President of Consumer Banking

First National Bank of Omaha named Stephen Eulie executive vice president of consumer banking. Eulie will remain responsible for leading the bank's credit card division, a position he has held since 2006.

First Bankcard Presents at FICO World 2014 Conference, Nov-11-2014

First Bankcard Presents at FICO World 2014 Conference, Nov-11-2014 . Venue: San Diego, California, United States. Speakers: Caitlyn Ramey, Director, Near Prime Marketing.

Intellectual Property Company Sues First National Bank of Omaha for Infringing Upon its Computer-Related Patents

First National Bank of Omaha has been sued by an intellectual property company that says the country's largest privately owned bank is infringing upon its computer-related patents. Intellectual Ventures, based in Bellevue, Wash., filed a civil lawsuit against First National late last month in U.S. District Court in Omaha. The suit says First National's systems infringe upon patents owned by Intellectual Ventures on matters related to computer security for electronic transactions. The suit also cites firewalls, cryptography and distribution of digital property as areas in which its patents have been infringed by First National. The suit seeks a jury trial and unspecified compensatory damages. Intellectual Ventures was formed in 2000 by a former top executive at Seattle-based software giant Microsoft Corp. It buys patents related to computing and computer systems, speculating they will be worth more in the future. The First National lawsuit, one of several filed recently against banks nationally, says Intellectual Ventures owns 70,000 patents and has earned about $3 billion since 2000.

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