A better way to bank
LANB is an independent, local bank with roots that date back over 55 years. We were started by the community, for the community.
Los Alamos National Bank (LANB) was established in June 1963 by a group of local investors who saw the need for a convenient, full-service community bank. Now one of the largest and strongest banks in the state, LANB continues to be locally owned and operated by Trinity Capital Corporation, a one-bank holding company. We are committed to our customers and to those activities that foster a better quality of life in the communities we serve. Our goal is to provide individuals with the best financial products available, combined with excellent customer service. Please let us know how we can be of service to you.
While each office has its own unique tone and sense of originality, there’s a familiar feeling shared by each location. Whether it’s the “Water Trilogy” fountain in Los Alamos, the elegant artwork surrounding each Santa Fe office or the friendly faces smiling when you walk through the doors in Albuquerque, is overwhelmingly obvious that you won’t encounter your average banking experience here.
Regardless of which location you choose to call your own, you will find employees who aim to provide exemplary customer service along with a myriad of big-bank services while remaining local and personable. Remembering a customer’s name or taking the time to truly find out how to best serve their needs, is what makes the experience special.
In fact, you probably see LANB all around you, whether it is a bank employee visiting a business customer, volunteering in the community or attending a charity event. It is hard not to notice LANB around town. For our employees, social responsibility is helping their friends and neighbors, not just customers.
The LANB experience is about more than where the bank came from or the footprint it has left, it’s about where the bank is going while maintaining the service culture our customers have come to know. The experience is not over when you leave the building or hang up the phone, it is a lasting impression of our purpose to improve the lives of our neighbors and fuel economic success.