Amplify: Kenneth Wohl has been named Edmond Market President for Regent Bank.
The Edmond branch offers full-service banking and products for both personal and business customers, including: digital banking, deposits, commercial and residential lending, locally decided loans, insurance, and treasury services. Regent also offers private healthcare banking, and cannabis banking, to name a few.
“The Edmond community has seen amazing growth over the years and we plan on growing right with it,” Wohl said. “I’m looking forward to bringing a business-focused bank to our quickly growing Edmond community, and developing long-lasting friendships with our customers.”
“I am so excited to welcome Kenneth into the Regent Bank family,” Oklahoma City Metro Market President Darin Kent said. “His passion for Edmond, work ethic and desire to help his clients achieve their dreams makes him the perfect person to lead this market for us. I am extremely excited to partner with him to provide unparalleled service to the businesses and families in our community.”
Wohl has worked in residential lending since 2005. For the past nine years, Wohl has worked for RCB as VP/Sales Manager for Oklahoma and Kansas, and he has been one of the top volume producing loan officers in Oklahoma during this time.
Wohl has been married to his wife Lori for 17 years, and they have one son. Wohl has been a City of Edmond Planning Commissioner for the past 10 years, Central Edmond Urban Board member and past vice-chairman, AMBUCS member, Edmond Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Founding member of the Edmond Young Professionals and a member of Anna’s House Board of Directors.
Regent Bank was founded in 1898 in Nowata, OK, and was acquired by Regent Capital Corporation 14 years ago. The bank has grown to seven locations in Oklahoma and Missouri including Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Broken Arrow, Edmond, Bartlesville and Nowata as well as Springfield, MO. It also has mortgage and insurance divisions.
Regent specializes in combining state-of-the-art, online mobile banking tools with a personalized approach, so customers get to know their banker by name. Regent offers unique products, including totally free banking to non-profits, free checking for businesses up to 1,000 transactions, and one of the state’s lowest overdraft fees. Regent is among the country’s fastest growing financial institutions with more than $1.1 billion in total assets.
Regent has won many awards including the ABA’s Central United States Community Bank of the Year, the AIB’s Extraordinary Banking Award, Inc. Magazine’s Best Places to Work in 2018 and 2019, and it was honored by Oklahoma Magazine and Tulsa World as one of the Best of the Best Banks in Oklahoma.
Regent Bank is a Member FDIC & Equal Housing Lender.