At Bank of Albuquerque, we are committed to making a positive impact in the communities we serve. By understanding the diverse needs and expectations of the communities, clients and employees we serve, we strive to create solutions that help us all achieve more together.
Fifty non-profit leadership positions filled by Bank of Albuquerque employees.
CORPORATE ETHICS AND GOVERNANCE
LOCAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Our local leaders are focused on sustaining the vibrancy and economic health of our community.
STANDARDS OF CONDUCT AND CODE OF ETHICS
Exercising sound, ethical judgment in all business and related personal activities is a responsibility of Bank of Albuquerque employees. It is core to how we manage all dealings and interactions with clients, employees, and shareholders.
Cybersecurity Awareness and Information Protection are part of our enterprise risk management program at Bank of Albuquerque.
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
LONG LIVE YOUR IDEAS
Continuous organizational improvement starts with our annual employee idea generation efforts.
Our myVoice survey designed to ensure we listen and act upon employee feedback to keep a highly engaged workforce.
Our Fair Lending Promise
BOK Financial Corporation, BOKF, NA, and their affiliates (collectively, “BOKF”) comply with both the letter and the spirit of fair and responsible lending laws. BOKF will not discriminate against any applicant or discourage anyone on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, disability, age or any other prohibited basis.
We are fully committed to the principle that all consumers will be treated consistently and fairly. We take appropriate steps to ensure that this policy statement is applied through all phases of our credit operations, including product design, marketing and advertising, loan application, underwriting, pricing, collection, servicing, and loss mitigation activities.
It is our policy to adhere to and promote compliance with all applicable state and federal laws and regulations ensuring fair lending and equal access to credit, including but not limited to the Equal Credit Opportunity Act ("ECOA"), Regulation B (which implements ECOA) and the Fair Housing Act.