Bank of Oklahoma

Bank of Oklahoma is a division of BOK Financial, a top 25 US-based bank, headquartered in Tulsa, Okla. Founded in 1908, Bank of Oklahoma has a long history in the state with major offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, and banking centers throughout the state. The company employs nearly 3,000 people in Oklahoma. Operations include commercial and consumer banking, investment and trust services, mortgage origination and servicing, and an electronic transfer network.

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President & CEO of BOK Financial and Bank of Oklahoma: Steve Bradshaw

Bank of Oklahoma - Oklahoma City Leadership: Marc Maun, Chairman and CEO; John Higginbotham, President 

Headquarters are in downtown Tulsa, Okla.

88 banking centers in Oklahoma – includes traditional and supermarket branches

Major offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City

Nearly 3,000 employees

Website: www.bok.com

  • 6/7/13 11:42 am CDT
    Bank of Oklahoma Mortgage has relocated its Penn Park office to Lake Point Tower at 4005 NW Expressway, Ste 100 in Oklahoma City. The new location will serve as mortgage headquarters for Bank of Oklahoma’s Oklahoma City mortgage operations and 41 employees will office there. Throughout the metro area, the bank has more than 31 loan officers and in 2012, they closed more than 2,982 mortgage loans totaling more than $461 million. Marc Maun, chief executive officer of Bank of Oklahoma - Oklahomamore...
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  • 9/25/12 4:04 pm CDT
    BOK Financial Corporation announced today its selection of Marc Maun as Bank of Oklahoma - Oklahoma City market’s chairman and chief executive officer and John Higginbotham as its president.  Maun most recently served the corporation as the chairman and chief executive officer of Bank of Kansas City.  BOK Financial expanded to the Kansas City market and opened its only start-up bank in 2006.  During his tenure as the market CEO, Maun grew the bank to $440 million in total assetsmore...
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  • 1/23/12 1:38 pm CST
    Bank of Oklahoma is celebrating the grand opening of its Catoosa banking center in Reasor’s at 2500 N. Highway 66 on Jan. 20 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Bank clients and the community are invited to join in the festivities of the day, including special promotions and giveaways. A ceremonial ribbon cutting and a $1,000 check presentation to Catoosa Public Schools will be held at 4:30 p.m. Attendees will include Bank of Oklahoma and Reasor’s leadership, as well as representatives from the City ofmore...
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  • 3/6/07 2:37 pm CST

    The Banks Rating is Upgraded by Two Levels, Earns Moodys Highest Short-Term Rating

    TULSA, Okla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bank of Oklahoma and it’s parent company, BOK Financial Corp. (Nasdaq:BOKF), recently received upgraded ratings from Moody’s Investors Service, a global rating firm. Bank of Oklahoma is now rated A-1/Stable Outlook and was formerly rated A-3/Positive Outlook. BOK Financial is now rated A-2/Stable Outlook and was formerly rated Baa1/Positive Outlook. Additionally, Bank of Oklahoma’s short-term rating wasmore...
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  • 10/27/05 7:00 am CDT

    BOK Center to Be First-In-Its-Class among Peer Cities

    TULSA, Okla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bank of Oklahoma will pay $11 million to the City of Tulsa to secure naming rights to Tulsa’s new arena, to be known as the BOK Center. Under an agreement with the City of Tulsa, Bank of Oklahoma will pay the City $11 million over 20 years. The funds are included, along with other anticipated sponsorship, suite and ticket revenue, in the initial construction and operating budget of the 18,000-seat, 550,000-square-foot facility designedmore...
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  • Marc Maun
    Marc Maun
    Chairman and CEO, Bank of Oklahoma - OKC

    Marc Maun is chairman and CEO of Bank of Oklahoma - Oklahoma City, a division of BOK Financial, a

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