Bank2 Recognized as One of 2013’s Top Workplaces

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Bank2, a full-service financial institution and the number one source of home loans for Native Americans in Oklahoma, recently received an award from the Oklahoman for being one of the Top Workplaces in 2013.

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Bank2, a full-service financial institution based in Oklahoma City, was recently recognized as one of the Top Workplaces in Oklahoma by The Oklahoman, the state’s largest newspaper and its most trusted news, sports, and weather source.

The Oklahoman recently recognized 50 companies and organizations throughout Oklahoma as Top Workplaces 2013. The winners were solely recognized as Top Workplaces based on surveys about the workplace that were completed by their own employees.

“We were very excited to receive this award since the awards criteria are based upon how our employees responded to a confidential survey about our workplace,” stated Ross Alan Hill, ‎founder and CEO of Bank2. “Our employees filled out a confidential survey so management could assess the banks strengths and weaknesses; they had no idea the Oklahoman also would use the data to determine 50 Top Workplaces in Oklahoma.”

According to The Oklahoman, Top Workplaces are not only better places to work but are also more likely to be successful than other organizations. Having an employee-friendly workplace culture, where people cover, care, and show compassion for each other, is often the key to a company’s success.

“This vote of confidence is a powerful indicator to our community, employees, and clients that Bank2 is truly committed to fulfill its mission of building better lives,” added Hill. “Because our bank has strong values that underpin its organizational behavior we have become absolutely one of the best workplaces in Oklahoma”.

For more information about Ross Alan Hill’s thoughts on Bank2’s award, visit his blog at

About Bank2
Founded by the Chickasaw Nation in 2002, Bank2 is a full-service financial institution offering checking, operation accounts, money markets, and savings accounts, as well as a full line of commercial, consumer, and real estate loans. The bank has grown from $7.5 million to over $100 million, and is committed to serving the community as well as empowering the Chickasaw Nation and other Native Americans. Bank2 has received both state and national recognition for its work to assist Native Americans, and has become the number one source of home loans for Native Americans in Oklahoma.

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