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About First National Bank of Omaha

Putting customers first for 160 years.

Best of Omaha 2020 First Place Best Bank , Best of Omaha 2020 First Place Best Mortgage Provider, Best of Kearney 2020 Best Bank and Best of Fremont 2020 Best Bank

Proud to win. Proud to serve.

To all of our customers, thank you for naming us Best Bank and Best Mortgage Provider in Omaha, Best of Kearney, and Best of Fremont. It's an honor to be recognized by the communities we call home. For all the milestones on your financial journey, we look forward to serving you with the same high-level of dedication and excellence you've come to expect from FNBO.

Learn more about our Mortgage Loans and Checking Accounts.

Integrity. Respect. Passion.

First National’s mission is grounded in building and maintaining long-term relationships by delivering a superior customer experience. We believe in and live by our mission and core values: Integrity in every interaction. Respect for our employees, customers and shareholders. Passion for all that we do.

Our History

For more than 160 years, First National Bank has maintained its commitment to helping to build strong communities.

Our Leadership

Doing what's right for our customers is our promise. Get to know the team that’s here to serve you.

Our Commitment to Support Local

Bank, shop and give locally. What it truly means to us to support our local communities.

States with FNBO Branch Locations

FNBO serves communities in Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Texas. Visit a branch today.

First National Bank in the News

FNBO Renews Commitment to Building Stronger Communities
First National of Nebraska Achieves Record Earnings
FNBO Awards More than $3 Million in COVID-19 Relief
FNBO Releases 2019 Impact Report

FNBO Awards $880,000 in Community Development Grants
FNBO Releases Data from 2020 'Coronavirus Impact' Survey
Rebuild the Heartland Community Fund Announces Final Disbursement
FNBO Continues Support of FFA

FNBO Releases Data from 2020 'Financial Planning' Survey
Rebuild the Heartland Community Fund Awards $450,000 in Grants
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