Monday, June 16, 2014
IBC Bank Promotes Jason Estes and Kyle Mcelvaney
(June 16, 2014) TULSA, Okla. – IBC Bank-Oklahoma recently announced the promotion of officers, Jason Estes, to executive vice president, commercial lending manager and Kyle McElvaney to executive vice president, energy lending manager.
Estes began his banking career in 2001 at Local Oklahoma Bank. McElveney joined Local in 2002. They became officers of IBC Bank in 2004 when IBC acquired Local Oklahoma Bank, headquartered in Oklahoma City, 10 years ago. IBC Bank-Oklahoma has 52 retail branch locations serving 31 cities in 24 counties across Oklahoma.
“Jason and Kyle are both experienced lenders and accomplished leaders,” explained IBC Bank-Oklahoma President & CEO Bill Schonacher. “We’re taking advantage of that experience and their leadership skills by promoting them to management roles where they will play a major part in the development of the lending group and economic development of the entire region.”
Both Estes and McElvaney have ties to the Oklahoma City community. Both are members of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. Estes is a past member of the Oklahoma Venture Forum and volunteers his time as the co-commissioner of the Piedmont Sports Association. He is also active in the Life Church of Oklahoma City.
Estes earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration, focusing on finance, at the University of Central Oklahoma. He has been married to his wife, Kristi since 2000 and they have three children.
McElvaney participates in the Total Resource Development Campaign and is also a member of the executive council committee of the Jim Thorpe Association and a member of the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association. He volunteers his time with the American Heart Association, the City Rescue Mission, the Arthritis Foundation and is an active member at Life Church. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Oklahoma. He and his wife, Lindsey have been married since 2007 and have one daughter.
IBC Bank has a long record of leadership service to the communities it serves focusing on economic development, education, health care, and financial literacy. Most notably, in Oklahoma, IBC Bank supports United Way, Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement, the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, and the American Heart Association.
IBC Bank–Oklahoma is a division of International Bancshares Corporation (NASDAQ: IBOC), a $12.1 billion multi-bank financial holding company headquartered in Laredo, Texas, with over 210 facilities and more than 320 ATMs serving 88 communities in Oklahoma and Texas. IBC Bank–Oklahoma has been serving the Sooner State since 2004 and has a retail branch network of 52 locations. In 2013, IBC Bank–Oklahoma City and IBC Bank-Tulsa received the Junior Achievement Apple Award for their volunteer support. Visit us on our YouTube channel, IBCBankWeDoMore. MEMBER FDIC / INTERNATIONAL BANCSHARES CORPORATION. More information is available at www.ibc.com.