- Oklahoma City, OK
- 1001 to 5000 Employees
- 8 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 1982
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Banking & Lending
MidFirst Bank continues to grow in the Valley! We recently celebrated the grand opening of two new banking centers in downtown Phoenix and Tempe. We’re committed to the communities we share with our customers. Our new banking centers are ready to serve our customers and help them achieve their financial goals.
We are excited to announce that MidFirst Bank is expanding our presence in Southern California through our 1st Century Bank division. With four existing locations in Century City, Downtown LA, Orange County and the San Fernando Valley, we are expanding into San Diego, the South Bay and Santa Barbara with a seasoned leadership team from the former First Republic Bank. Our expansion across Southern California marks a significant strategic growth opportunity. “These new teams and markets are an important step in our goals,” says Jeff Records, Chairman and CEO of MidFirst Bank. “Growth does not come without hard work and dedication, and we applaud our team at 1st Century Bank for their vision, focus and commitment.” We welcome 22 new members to our 1st Century team who will continue to deliver unparalleled services to our community. Click the link below to read the full press release. https://bit.ly/3ZBsyDv
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I decided to leave my last role as a finance manager without having anything lined up. I left the role due to an extremely toxic environment, zero growth and a manager who kept gunning for my head. Never left a role previously without anything lined up, also have a pretty solid resume. I have an opportunity at a massive company (over 100k employees) but it’s a senior analyst role, so essentially a step back in my career in terms of title. Do you think I should go for it or wait it out?
a day ago
So I was laid off 2 months ago due to the company not doing great, now I’ve been interviewing and finally received a job offer. The dilemma is that there are a few other companies I’m in late stages with that have better comp/benefits/PTO/value alignment. Have you ever accepted an offer since you need the money and insurance and still continued interviewing? Ethically, I feel wrong, like I’m “cheating” if I accept and still entertain other roles. What would you do?
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MidFirst Bank Awards & Accolades
- Best Big Bank in Oklahoma 2023, NEWSWEEK and LENDING TREE, 2023
- Forbes 2023 World's Best Banks, Forbes and Statista, 2023
- Best of the Best - Ranked #1 Bank in OKC, Oklahoma Magazine, 2023
- Forbes America's Best Employer's by State - MidFirst Bank Ranked #5, Forbes and Statista, 2023
- Top-Performing $10-50 Billion Banks - MidFirst Bank Ranked #2, American Banker, 2023
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Employees rate MidFirst Bank 3.6 out of 5 stars based on 333 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.
Overall, 73% of employees would recommend working at MidFirst Bank to a friend. This is based on 333 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
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59% of employees think that MidFirst Bank has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.