BOK Financial named Stacy Kymes chief operating officer with responsibility for all revenue-generating divisions. Kymes, who has been with the company for almost 25 years, previously served as executive vice president over all specialized banking areas, including energy, commercial real estate, healthcare, treasury services and TransFund.
In his new role, Kymes will maintain his current responsibilities and assume leadership of the company’s regional and commercial banking division, led by executive vice president Norm Bagwell; the consumer banking division, led by executive vice president Derek Martin; and the wealth management division, led by executive vice president Scott Grauer.
“Stacy has excelled at every level of his career at BOKF since joining us in 1996. Naming him chief operating officer confirms that success and will closely align our revenue-generating business lines,” Steven Bradshaw, president and CEO of BOK Financial, said. “It’s a very important role for Stacy and an important step for our company, as we take leadership development and succession seriously within our executive team. I’m looking forward to working closely with Stacy as he moves into this new leadership role for our company.”
Kymes has served in various roles within the company, including chief auditor, director of mergers and acquisitions and chief credit officer. Prior to joining BOK Financial, he was a senior auditor with KPMG.
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