Mark Nurdin, CEO of Bank of Texas, announced that the bank has hired Arthur Sanchez to serve as relationship manager in Fort Worth. Bank of Texas is a subsidiary of Tulsa, Oklahoma-based BOK Financial.
Sanchez will handle small to mid-size commercial client relationships with annual sales of $5 million to $50 million in the Fort Worth market. He is responsible for developing new business and deepening relationships with business clients, providing guidance on complex need,s including commercial real estate lending, construction and equipment loans, SBA and treasury management. Prior to joining Bank of Texas, Sanchez was a commercial relationship manager at PNC Bank and BBVA in Fort Worth.
Sanchez earned a BBA degree from the University of Texas–Arlington. In addition, he holds Series 6 and Series 63 licenses.
“Arthur’s breadth of experience will allow us to continue to grow our portfolio in Fort Worth, which is key; growth in the Texas market is a focus for BOK Financial [Bank of Texas’ parent company],” says Kris Watson, commercial banking team lead. “We are committed to providing an exceptional customer experience and serving our community, and I am confident Arthur will help us do just that.”
BOK Financial Corp.’s holdings include BOKF NA, which operates banking divisions across eight states as Bank of Albuquerque, Bank of Oklahoma, Bank of Texas and BOK Financial (in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas and Missouri).