How many locations does Vectra bank have?

We’re passionate about helping clients who are passionate about achieving their goals. Our expert bankers serve them in 35 convenient bank locations across the Rocky Mountain region from Front Range urban communities to the mountain resorts.

Is Vectra a local bank?

We’re a local community bank with the capacity of a regional powerhouse—the perfect balance of being big enough to count and small enough to care.

Does Vectra have Zelle?

It’s easy – Zelle® is already available within Vectra Bank’s mobile banking app and online banking!

Is Vectra bank FDIC insured?

The standard insurance amount is $250,000 per depositor, per insured bank, for each account ownership category. Some examples of FDIC-insured deposits include: Savings accounts….#1 $2,000,000 FDIC–Insured Deposits for a Family or Group of Two.

Customer 1’s single account $250,000
Customer 2’s IRA $250,000

How many employees does Vectra Bank have?

Vectra Bank corporate office is located in 2000 South Colorado Blvd. #2–1200, Denver, Colorado, United States and has 520 employees.

What is Vectra used for?

Vectra 3D is a veterinary medicine used on dogs to treat and prevent flea and tick infestations and to repel sand flies, mosquitoes and stable flies. Its actions last for up to a month, and it prevents fleas from hatching and developing for two months.

How can I maximize my FDIC insurance?

You can increase your FDIC insurance coverage by creating a payable-on-death account (also known as an informal trust, in-trust-for, or Totten Trust account) or titling an account in the name of a formal revocable trust . For these account types, each unique beneficiary adds $250,000 of coverage up to FDIC limits.

Is Vectra covered by Medicare?

Vectra DA is now a covered benefit for Medicare beneficiaries with RA in the United States. The product simultaneously measures 12 immune, endothelial, bone, cartilage, and metabolic biomarkers that reflect the underlying biology of RA.

What does Vectra mean?

Vectra definition Filters. An HP brand name for a line of PCs. Back in the mid-1980s, all PCs from HP were Vectras. Later, the name was used for machines aimed at business, while the Pavilion name was chosen for its consumer line.