President, Bank of Colorado
Shawn Osthoff is the president of Bank of Colorado and is responsible for overseeing more than $4 billion in assets held by the bank across its 45 branches.
Osthoff is a native of Colorado, and attended the University of Northern Colorado, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in finance in 1990. He went on to earn an MBA with an emphasis in finance from Colorado State University in 1991. Osthoff has extensive experience in banking, including lending, loan operations, commercial and agricultural loan portfolio management and corporate management. He joined Bank of Colorado in 1995.
Osthoff serves on the boards of directors of the Independent Bankers of Colorado, Colorado Bankers Association and the CSU Real Estate Council.
He lives in Fort Collins, with his wife, Crystal, and two children.