March 26 Update from Oklahoma Banking Department

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A Message from the Oklahoma Banking Commissioner

While the conditions created by COVID-19 are unique and demanding, I’m glad to report that Oklahoma financial institutions remain strong, determined, and open for business!

While many financial institutions have been forced to customize how they serve their customers and communities, Oklahoma banks and credit unions are considered among the essential services that may remain open under our Governor’s Executive Orders.

As essential services, financial institutions are doing their part to provide a safe environment for their employees and customers.  While you may interact with your institution differently than before, the services being provided haven’t changed.  I encourage you to utilize your institution’s drive-through services, ATMs, and mobile application. 

The Oklahoma financial industry has remained remarkably strong over the past several years making it especially capable of managing these extraordinary conditions.

If you have questions about how to access financial services, I encourage you to contact your bank or credit union.  They stand ready to answer questions and assist you and your community in navigating these challenging times.

Thank you,
Mick Thompson
Oklahoma Banking Commissioner

Oklahoma State Banking Department
2900 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK  73105
p: 405-521-2782
f:  405-522-2993

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