Bank of Oklahoma was founded in 1910 as the Exchange National Bank of Tulsa that rose from the Farmers National Bank that had previously failed. The Exchange National Bank of Tulsa survived The Great Depression thanks to wealthy oil men in Tulsa, two of which were J.A. Chapman and William G. Skelly, put their own money in to help it survive. It was reorganized as the National Bank of Tulsa in 1933 and in 1975, it became the Bank of Oklahoma (BOK).
Bank of Oklahoma has online banking for convenience. To access, customers must have an account with Bank of Oklahoma and enroll in online banking. After enrolling, users may access their accounts via personal computer, the mobile site, or via iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod)/Android application.
Navigate to the Bank of Oklahoma’s Homepage and enter the username and password for the account holder.
Bank of Oklahoma has mobile apps for both iPhone (iOS) and Android devices.
This Site takes you to the mobile version of Bank of Oklahoma’s website. The user simply enters their login information to access their account.
Step 1 – Customers can enroll in online banking using This Link and click the red Enroll Now button scrolling down on the page.
Step 2 – Enter the following information to begin enrollment:
***Small businesses must use This Link to enroll in online banking and complete the application.