The majority of CFC’s clientele is made up of repeat customers or referrals. Our clients are counting on us to serve them for the long term. That’s why we’re focused on ensuring that CFC is built to last, with an unshakeable foundation, leadership continuity, and the right values and priorities to keep us on a steady course.
By 2026, CFC will be employee-owned. The transition is the culmination of a multi-year plan we initiated in 2015. Though CEO EJ Olbright has been sole owner since 1977, he is excited to turn his company over to its rightful owners: CFC’s amazing employees.
Our clients need to feel confident that CFC has strong leaders, both now and far into the future. That’s why we have a long-term strategic plan that ensures continuity. By identifying, nurturing, and mentoring CFC’s next-generation leaders, we’re laying the groundwork for future success.
We’re nothing without our clients. That’s why we embed a robust client-service focus at every level of our organization. In addition, our business development efforts focus on cultivating long-term relationships, and not just finding the next deal.
CFC’s future success depends on finding honest, hard-working, smart, and dedicated people who deliver results to our clients every day. Through engagement that includes collaborative relationships with Colorado-based educators and strong community outreach by our employees, we continue to attract and retain high-quality people.
Our Colorado focus is a differentiator with both employees and clients. Our people have better work-life balance, as well as the opportunity to develop stronger relationships with each other and our clients. Our clients benefit from better quality, risk management, relationships, and results, because to us, this isn’t just a job — it’s our home.
By sponsoring and participating in charitable events like food and toy drives, remodels, Arbor Day tree planting, the MS-150 bike ride, and the Colfax Marathon, we live our values in our local communities. We also become a stronger team.