Western Liberty Bancorp operates as the bank holding company of Service1st Bank of Nevada that provides community banking services to locally owned businesses, professional firms, individuals, and other customers in the greater Las Vegas area. Its deposit products include checking accounts, interest-bearing checking accounts, traditional savings accounts, money market accounts, and time deposits, including certificates of deposit. The company’s loan products portfolio comprises commercial real estate loans, including loans for the acquisition or refinance of commercial real estate; construction, land development, and other land loans; commercial and industrial loans comprising working capita...
8363 West Sunset Road
Las Vegas, NV 89113
Founded in 2006
Western Liberty Bancorp(NasdaqGM:WLBC) dropped from NASDAQ Composite Index
Oct 18 12
Western Liberty Bancorp will be removed from NASDAQ Composite Index
Western Liberty Bancorp, Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Oct 17, 2012
Oct 9 12
Western Liberty Bancorp, Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Oct 17, 2012., at 10:00 Pacific Daylight. Location: 8363 W. Sunset Road. Agenda: To adopt the agreement and plan of merger, dated as of August 17, 2012, or the merger agreement, by and between Western Alliance Bancorporation, or Western Alliance, and Western Liberty; to approve, on an advisory (non-binding) basis, of the compensation that may be paid or become payable to Western Liberty’s named executive officers in connection with the merger, and the agreements and understandings pursuant to which such compensation may be paid or become payable; and to consider the adjournment or postponement of the special meeting, including, without limitation, a motion to adjourn the special meeting for the purpose of soliciting additional proxies in order to approve the foregoing proposals.
Service1st Bank of Nevada's Parent Company Files a Class-Action Lawsuit Against Western Liberty Bancorp
Sep 25 12
A shareholder of Service1st Bank of Nevada's parent company filed a class-action lawsuit against the lender and its board, alleging they are selling the Las Vegas bank at an unfair price. The complaint alleges the board of Western Liberty Bancorp breached its fiduciary duties by agreeing to sell the company to Bank of Nevada's parent, Phoenix-based Western Alliance Bancorp., for grossly inadequate consideration.