Dallas is home to three new leaders for BOK Financial’s treasury management team across an eight-state footprint.
Tammy Foy has been promoted to national sales director for treasury services at BOK Financial, the parent company of Bank of Texas. She joined Bank of Texas in 2013 as the treasury sales manager for Dallas/Fort Worth and was quickly promoted to treasury regional sales manager for BOK Financial. Now, as national sales director, she is responsible for the strategic sales and onboarding efforts of the treasury payments and liquidity solutions across the eight-state footprint of BOK Financial, including Texas, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Prior to joining Bank of Texas, Foy spent 15 years in treasury management at JP Morgan Chase and its predecessor, Bank One. She earned her BBA degree from Texas A&M University and is an active member of the local Association for Financial Professionals. She has been involved in National Charity League, which supports many nonprofit organizations including the North Texas Food Bank, Meals on Wheels and New Friends New Life.
Mattson Uihlein has also been promoted to treasury sales manager for Dallas/Fort Worth. He joined Bank of Texas in 2010 as part of the accelerated career track, a rotational development training program for college graduates. After completing the program, he spent six years in the corporate banking group as a credit analyst, quickly rising to become a relationship manager. He has spent the past three years as a treasury sales manager. Uihlein earned a BS degree in economics with financial applications from Dedman College, as well as a BBA degree in finance and an MBA degree from the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University. He has also been recognized on the Dallas Business Journal’s list of "40 Under 40."
In addition to the local treasury sales management leadership changes, Emiel Hill was promoted to director of treasury client implementation for the entire treasury services division within BOK Financial. Since joining Bank of Texas in 2012, he has consistently been recognized as a top performer within BOK Financial, earning the "Treasury Hero Award" in 2014, being named a top partner in the 2016 Commercial Club, being elected committee chair for the Treasury Thought Leadership Council and serving as an active member of the Diversity and Inclusion Council, which is led by BOK Financial President and CEO Steve Bradshaw. Hill earned his BS degree from Ohio State University and is also green belt certified in Six Sigma. He actively volunteers with the Alzheimer’s Association, Ronald McDonald House of Dallas and National Kidney Foundation, and serves as a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
BOK Financial Corp. is a $40-billion regional financial services company that operates banking divisions across eight states as Bank of Albuquerque, Bank of Oklahoma, Bank of Texas and BOK Financial (in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas and Missouri).