Colorado’s National Bank Holdings loses C-level executive – Denver Business Journal

Colorado’s National Bank Holdings loses C-level executive – Denver Business Journal

Mike Daley — chief accounting officer for Greenwood Village-based National Bank Holdings Corp. (NYSE: NBHC), parent of Community Banks of Colorado, Bank Midwest and other banks — is resigning effective March 23.

A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission stated that Daley resigned, "in order to accept a senior executive position at another company."

Daley, who was based out of the Bank Midwest offices in downtown Kansas City, joined the organization in 2011, shortly after it closed on the acquisition of Bank Midwest’s traditional commercial and retail operations.

Daley started out as assistant controller of the bank and was promoted to controller in 2014, a role he still holds. He was named chief accounting officer of the holding company in 2015.

Daley started his career as an auditor at Deloitte. He earned an accounting and finance degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2005.

Brian Lilly, CFO for NBH, will assume Daley’s duties.

NBH is the second-largest Denver-area-based bank holding company after FirstBank Holdings Co., according to Denver Business Journal list research, with total assets of $4.56 billion.

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