Daily News: June 14, 2017

TBK Strengthens Leadership Team with Two Executive Appointments


TBK Bank, a subsidiary of Triumph Bancorp, appointed Kenyon Warren and Stuart Pattison to its executive management team, effective immediately.

Warren has been appointed senior vice president, head of Retail Banking. He will oversee the retail banking operations, deposit growth and the customer experience for TBK Bank’s 37 branches located throughout Colorado, Kansas, Illinois, Iowa and Texas.

Warren will report to the bank’s Executive Vice President, Senior Banking Officer John DeDoncker, who said, “Kenyon brings a high-level of character, professionalism and attention to both the internal and external customer experience. I am confident that he will play a key role in helping us enhance and grow our community bank product and service offering.”

Prior to joining TBK Bank, Warren served as executive vice president, regional retail sales executive and consumer segment executive for BBVA Compass in Dallas. He held various roles at BBVA Compass over seven years including director of Mass Affluent Segment and senior vice president, business segment executive/sales productivity executive. Prior to BBVA Compass, Warren’s experience included leadership roles with Chase Bank from 2003 to 2010 and Bank One from 1997 to 2003.

Pattison has been appointed executive vice president, senior lending officer – western division. He will lead the lending efforts of TBK Bank’s Western Division, which includes 18 branches located across the front range of Colorado and western Kansas. The division’s current loan portfolio consists of more than $400 million in agribusiness, commercial and consumer loans.

Pattison will report to the bank’s Chief Lending Officer Dan Karas, who said, “Stuart is a seasoned and versatile leader. He brings a wealth of banking and lending experience, including over 25 years in Colorado, supporting the needs of local communities, clients and customers.”

Pattison comes to TBK Bank from Northstar Bank in Denver, where he served three years as president and chief executive officer. Prior to that, he served as president and chief executive officer of Commerce Bank from 2009 to 2013 and as president of KeyBank from 2006 to 2009. Earlier in his career, Pattison’s experience included leadership roles with BBVA Compass, U.S. Bank in Denver, and Presidential Savings Bank in Washington, DC.