Bank7, IBC Bank have new leaders

Bank7 has named a former International Bank of Commerce of Oklahoma executive as its new president and CEO, while IBC has promoted two executives from its Tulsa office.
From staff reports Published: June 5, 2014
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Two Oklahoma banks have new leaders after recent moves in the executive suite.

Bank7 has named former International Bank of Commerce of Oklahoma executive Tom Travis as its president and CEO.

IBC’s Oklahoma operations will now be led by Bill Schonacher, who most recently was IBC’s Tulsa region president. Andy Levinson took over as IBC’s new Tulsa president.

Bank7 Chairman Brad Haines said Travis is an accomplished leader and career banker with a proven track record. Oklahoma City-based Bank7 has seven offices in Oklahoma and Kansas.

“Customers appreciate a guy who ‘gets it,’ and we welcome Tom’s leadership to our executive management team and look forward to the advantages his experience will bring,” Haines said.

Travis came to Oklahoma in 2004 after being named to IBC’s top Oklahoma position following its acquisition of Local Oklahoma Bank. He helped grow IBC’s Oklahoma operations into a banking division with $2 billion in assets. Travis previously was head of IBC Bank in San Antonio.

“What drew me to Bank7 was the opportunity to blend a long corporate banking career with a profitable bank and an entrepreneurial leader in Brad,” Travis said.



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