Oklahoma business briefs for May 16, 2014

Oklahoma business briefs for May 16, 2014
Oklahoman Published: May 15, 2014
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Bankers group names directors

Hal Brown, senior vice president and institutional sales manager at BOK Financial Corp. and Doug Fuller, CEO of Quail Creek Bank, were elected Thursday as directors of the Oklahoma Bankers Association. The election took place during the association’s 117th annual convention and trade show in Catoosa. Brown has been active in the securities industry for more than 27 years and is a graduate of Oklahoma State University. Fuller joined Quail Creek Bank in 2009 and has been in banking in Oklahoma City for 30 years. He has a Master of Business Administration from Oklahoma City University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma. The association represents about 230 banks throughout the state and serves as the primary advocate for the banking industry.

Elephant Talk gets extension

The New York Stock Exchange said Thursday it has extended the deadline to Nov. 17 for Oklahoma City-based Elephant Talk Communications Corp. to regain compliance with the exchange’s listing standards. “Management has been working with the Exchange and we are confident in our ability to regain compliance with the Exchange’s listing standards,” CEO Steven van der Velden said.

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