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5.24.2022 / Gateway in the News

Gateway CEO Scott Gesell Recognized in Journal Record’s Most Powerful People in Banking and Finance

TULSA, Okla., May 24, 2022 –– Gateway First Bank’s CEO Scott Gesell has been named a 2022 honoree on The Journal Record’s list of Oklahoma’s Most Powerful People in Banking and Finance. The 30 honorees were selected by the Journal Record’s editorial team.

“Scott most certainly deserves to be recognized alongside these esteemed leaders in banking and finance,” shared Michelle Choquette, Chief Administration Officer at Gateway First Bank shared. “Scott’s expertise and leadership is a driving force behind Gateway’s continued success."

Nick Hahn, Chief Financial Officer at Gateway First Bank added, “Scott’s focus on finding new opportunities to build upon Gateway’s vision to strengthen families and communities is truly inspiring."

“It is an honor to be included on the Journal Record’s list of Oklahoma’s Most Powerful People in Banking and Finance,” said Gesell. “I am proud to be part of Gateway where our team excels at putting people first."

All honorees will be profiled in a commemorative magazine, which will be inserted into The Journal Record on May 24. The list can also be found online here.

About Gateway First Bank 

Gateway First Bank is a leading financial institution that provides banking and mortgage services for consumers and commercial customers. Headquartered in Jenks, Oklahoma, Gateway is a $1.9 billion asset sized bank with a strong mortgage operation.  Gateway is one of the largest banking and mortgage operations in the United States with six bank branches in Oklahoma, over 160 mortgage centers in 42 states, and almost 1,600 employees.  Learn more at Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender (NMLS 7233)

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