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.


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

Bank of Oklahoma - Oklahoma City Leadership: John Higginbotham, CEO 

Headquarters are in downtown Tulsa, Okla.

53 banking centers in Oklahoma

Major offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City

Nearly 3,000 employees


  • 9/27/16 10:30 am CDT
    Jenks Banking Center
    Today, Bank of Oklahoma announced a new banking center will be constructed in Jenks’ Haddington Square shopping center at 111th and Elm. It is the first new construction for Bank of Oklahoma in Jenks. The company has had a banking center in the Jenks Reasor’s since September 2004. Bank of Oklahoma joins Haddington Square tenants Walmart Neighborhood Market and Kum & Go. Bank officials and guests were joined by Jenks Mayor Kelly Dunkerley and members of the Jenks Chamber of Commerce tomore...
    Bank of Oklahoma
  • 4/22/16 4:32 pm CDT
    Opening day for Bank of Oklahoma’s newest banking center in Broken Arrow’s Hillside Crossing shopping center is April 25. Bank of Oklahoma worked with Cyntergy, an architecture, engineering and construction firm in Tulsa, to create the modern look and functional design. The design includes two drive-through lanes and one drive-through, full-service digital ATM lane.Bank of Oklahoma has had a presence in Broken Arrow for 25 years. Its full-service banking center at 81st and Aspen opened in 1991more...
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