October 21, 2016 4:18 PM ET


Company Overview of First National Bank of Omaha, Inc.

Company Overview

First National Bank of Omaha, Inc. provides personal and business banking services. It offers checking and savings accounts; certificates of deposit and IRAs; Visa and MasterCard credit cards; and mortgage, home equity and lines of credit, auto, personal and lines of credit, agriculture business, corporate lending, and commercial real estate loans. The company also provides foreign currency conversion; capital market, wealth management, tributary capital management, and savings plan; online banking; mobile banking; and specialized services in the areas of renewable fuel, technology solutions, solutions for financial institutions, employee banking, credit card processing, and healthcare banki...

1620 Dodge Street

Omaha, NE 68197

United States

Founded in 1857





Key Executives for First National Bank of Omaha, Inc.

President and Director
Age: 62
Executive Vice President of Consumer Banking, Director and President of First Bankcard
Director and Market President of Colorado
Director and Market President of Kansas
Director and Market President of Castle Bank
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

First National Bank of Omaha, Inc. Key Developments

First Bankcard Introduces New Credit Card Benefits for Small Business and Middle Market Business Customers

First Bankcard announced the release of three new credit card benefits designed to support the business needs of today’s small business and middle market business customers. The new benefits, which include Cell Phone Protection, MasterCard® Easy Savings® and MasterCard® Business Lounge Powered by Regus, were introduced to more than 200 of First Bankcard’s co-brand and financial institution business card partners on October 1. The new Cell Phone Protection benefit is now available to over 250,000 of First Bankcard’s Visa® and MasterCard Small Business, Small Business Secure and VOX® business card accounts. The Cell Phone Protection benefit covers theft and damage to a cell phone that renders the cell phone unusable and non-functioning (excluding cosmetic damage). The new benefit is automatically provided by First Bankcard, at no additional cost, when business customers pay their monthly cell phone bill with their eligible business credit card. MasterCard Easy Savings is an automatic rebate program that enables participating merchants to provide rebates to eligible First Bankcard business cardholders registered in the program. Small Business, Small Business Secured and VOX MasterCard cardholders are now automatically enrolled by First Bankcard in the Easy Savings Program. Regus Business Lounges are professionally equipped workspaces, with locations available in cities around the world, that offer Internet access, administrative support and refreshments for business travelers. For VOX MasterCardcardholders, First Bankcard will pay the annual fee for the Business Lounge Program. Cardholders will also receive discounted rates for individual lounge visits.

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Announces Penalty Against First National Bank of Omaha

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) assessed a $3 million civil money penalty against First National Bank of Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska, and ordered the bank to make restitution to customers who were unfairly billed for, and paid for, identity theft protection they did not receive. The OCC found that the bank's billing practices violated Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act, 15 U.S.C. 45(a)(1), which prohibits unfair or deceptive acts or practices. The $3 million civil money penalty reflects a number of factors, including the scope and duration of the violation and financial harm to consumers from the unfair practices. The $3 million civil money penalty will be paid to the U.S. Treasury. Customers eligible for restitution include those who were unfairly billed for identity theft protection products marketed by the bank and sold by its vendor. The restitution will benefit customers who enrolled in and paid for identity theft protection products between December 1997 and July 2013, but did not receive the full benefit of the products. The restitution will include the full amount paid for these products, plus any associated over-limit fees, overdraft fees, and finance charges. The OCC order also requires the bank to improve its governance of third-party vendors that provide certain services for consumer products offered by the bank or the vendors on the bank's behalf.

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.

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