Travis Tartamella joins the Bank of Nevada’s business banking team


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LAS VEGAS – Bank of Nevada is proud to welcome Travis Tartamella as Vice President, Commercial Banking.

Based in Hualapai, Tartamella will focus on new and existing customers, offering a variety of banking products, financial instruments and bespoke solutions to help business owners achieve their personal and business financial goals.

Tartamella is a member of the National Association for Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP) and completed the NAIOP’s Developing Leaders Institute (DLI) program in 2020. He is also a member of Financial Executives International (FEI) and is actively involved in the Society of Industrial and Office Brokers (SIOR).

Prior to joining the Bank of Nevada, Tartamella was a business development officer. He attended California State University and Pepperdine University. While in college, Tartamella played baseball and then rose to the professional league, where he was a catcher and coach of the St. Louis Cardinals.

About the Bank of Nevada

The Bank of Nevada, a division of Western Alliance Bank and a member of the FDIC, helps business customers achieve their ambitions. Founded in 1994, Bank of Nevada offers a full range of credit, deposit and treasury management functions and world class service. With 10 offices in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Mesquite, and the powerful offering of specialist financial services from Western Alliance Bank, the banking division is a valued resource for the business, real estate, professional, manufacturing, community and nonprofit communities in southern Nevada. Western Alliance Bank is the main subsidiary of the Western Alliance Bancorporation based in Phoenix. As one of the top performing banking companies in the country, Western Alliance is once again number 1 among the 50 largest US public banks in the new S&P Global Market Intelligence listing for 2020 and ranks at the top of Forbes’ “Best Banks in America” list for the year a year. More information is available at


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