Agribusiness Banker Opens LPO in Oklahoma City

First National Agribusiness Banking, a division of Omaha, Neb.-based First National Bank, has opened a loan production office in Oklahoma City and appointed William Clune, vice president, and Karin Harris, second vice president, to manage the office.
With more than 30 years of experience in financing commercial feed yards, cattle feeders and ranching operations, Clune will serve customers in the high plains area of Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and southeastern Colorado, said Tom Jensen, senior vice president.
Harris brings more than 20 years of agribusiness banking experience to FNAB, including a wide range of expertise with financing feed yard operations and individual cattle feeders in Oklahoma and Kansas.
First National Bank provides credit and banking services to a variety of industry types within the food and agribusiness sector. First National Bank is the largest commercial bank provider of ethanol lending in the United States and the fifth largest agribusiness lender, said Jensen.
First National Bank is a subsidiary of First National of Nebraska, Inc. First National of Nebraska has grown into the largest private banking company in the United States. First National and its affiliates have $20 billion in managed assets and over 7,500 employee associates in 35 states. Primary banking offices are in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas.



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