NEVADA STATE BANK HISTORY
December 9, 1959
Nevada State Bank, organized by a group of 12 businessmen, opens its doors for business, with one location in downtown Las Vegas.
Reddi Reserve account introduced, giving customers the ability to use a line of credit to cover overdrafts in their checking accounts.
The first Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) are purchased and installed.
Nevada State Bank celebrates its Silver Anniversary with a total of five branches and 269 employees.
Nevada State Bank is purchased by Zions Bancorporation and operates as an autonomous subsidiary.
Telephone, online and PC Banking are introduced, offering clients the ability to bank 24/7.
Nevada State Bank merges with Pioneer Citizens Bank of Nevada, enhancing its presence in northern Nevada.
Nevada State Bank introduces Internet Bill Pay for consumer banking clients, one of the first banks in the country to offer this service free of charge.
Reddi-Check is launched, creating images of cleared checks instead of having cancelled checks mailed with monthly statements.
Nevada State Bank is the first bank in the state to offer Remote Deposits™, enabling companies to scan checks electronically instead of bringing them to the bank.
Nevada State Bank is selected by the FDIC to assume the insured deposits of Silver State Bank.
Nevada State Bank acquires the banking operations of Great Basin Bank of Nevada in a transaction facilitated by the FDIC.
Nevada State Bank acts as Payout Agent for the FDIC in the resolution of Community Bank of Nevada, which was closed by the Nevada Financial Institutions Division.
NevadaSmallBusiness.com website launches, and Nevada State Bank joins social media with a Facebook page and Twitter account.
Nevada State Bank launches Mobile Banking and Bill Pay, and rolls out "Smart ATMs" that allow clients to deposit cash and checks without deposit slips or envelopes.
Mobile Check Deposit launches; clients can submit checks for deposit using a mobile device.
Nevada State Bank launches its annual Small Business Survey, with highly targeted, statewide research on business trends, opinions, and priorities.
Digital Payments enable clients to make purchases with their smart phones.
December 31, 2015
Nevada State Bank becomes a division of ZB, N.A., whose parent company is Zions Bancorporation.
Terry Shirey is named President and CEO of Nevada State Bank; Dallas Haun remains as Chairman.
Nevada State Bank earns winning marks in three contests: Best of Reno, Best of Las Vegas, and Readers’ Choice Awards in Elko, enabling it to claim the “Best in the State” title.
September 30, 2018
Zions Bancorporation merges with ZB, N.A. Nevada State Bank is now a division of Zions Bancorporation, N.A.
Nevada State Bank retains its “Best in the State” title