Amplify: Kim Scrivner Named New Sales Manager for Regent Bank
In the new role Scrivner will incorporate formal sales strategies, training, accountability and tracking for all Regent’s markets, and she will assist in all areas of client development.
Scrivner is a Tulsa Native with an accounting degree from the University of Oklahoma. She has more than 30 years of accounting, finance, banking, insurance and sales experience, and has held auditor, comptroller and corporate officer positions for a variety of businesses and organizations, both big and small. She has also owned and operated her own business, and is involved in the community through fundraising, volunteering and board involvement.
“This is a new position for Regent bank, so I am very excited about the opportunity to forge new ground, support and enhance everything that Sean and his excellent team have already accomplished across Oklahoma and Missouri,” Scrivner said.
“Regent is growing fast, and their unique culture is next to none. I’m extremely fortunate to be included as a team member.” 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, treasury services, tech and venture banking, and private healthcare banking. 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.
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