Welcome to Stride Bank, N.A.
Local Relationships. Global Possibilities.About Us
Home ownership is a major driver of economic activity and, in many cases, is the most significant investment you will make. Stride Bank has been providing home financing solutions for over 100 years.Learn More
Trucking & Heavy Equipment
Without the vehicles you need, your business is bound to stall out. Stride Bank has more than 25 years’ experience in meeting the needs of trucking companies and businesses in the construction and excavating sectors. Our Transportation Loans can’t be beat.Learn more
Commercial Real Estate
We at Stride Bank understand the specific investment objectives and unique borrowing needs of property owners. Our Commercial and Real Estate Loans put out the welcome mat for your business goals.Learn More
Change is constant in our world. Nowhere is the pace of change more evident than in medical and healthcare regulations and market conditions. At Stride Bank, our Healthcare Lending Team has more than 20 years of experience in prescribing solutions to help you achieve the best financial outcomes.Learn More
Whether you are a fifth generation Oklahoma Farmer or Rancher or just getting started, Stride Bank has loan and deposit products to help you produce success in the field. Our Agriculture Lenders understand your business because they are Agriculture Producers too.Learn More
Commercial & Industrial Loans
We make it our business to know your business. For over 100 years, Stride Bank has helped local businesses grow and achieve their financial objectives. Our custom-tailored solutions reflect our understanding that each company has unique needs and circumstances. Let one of Central’s Commercial Lending experts help you take the next step in growing your business.Learn More
Bank Services Throughout the Oklahoma regionView Locations
Stride Bank History
Stride Bank was founded, as Central State Bank by A. E. Stephenson in 1913. In 1921, the Bank became nationally-chartered and the name was changed to Central National Bank of Enid. Five years later, in 1926, the Bank was granted trust powers.