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Mutual of Omaha Bank Promotes Strong to Regional President

Contact: Andy Halperin
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March 20, 2013

Mutual of Omaha Bank Promotes Strong to Regional President

(DALLAS) – Mutual of Omaha Bank has promoted Robert F. Strong to regional president for the bank’s east region, the company announced. Based in Dallas, Strong will oversee the strategic growth and management of Mutual of Omaha Bank’s operations and loan portfolio across five states: Florida, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska and Texas.

Strong joined Mutual of Omaha Bank in 2008 as Texas state president and has been responsible for establishing the bank’s presence throughout the state. Under his leadership, Mutual of Omaha Bank has opened six locations in Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston and has assembled a team of 71 employees statewide. Strong also has overseen the formation of an energy lending group in Houston, made up of energy veterans committed to delivering banking services to oil and gas companies.

“Robert Strong is a proven strategist and leader and has been instrumental in establishing Mutual of Omaha Bank’s presence in Texas,” said Kevin Hale, executive vice president at Mutual of Omaha Bank. “With his solid track record, I’m confident in Robert’s ability to oversee our entire east region, helping Mutual of Omaha Bank remain a national leader.”

With 30 years of experience, Strong is a veteran Texas banker and has held executive officer positions at several Texas banks. He received his bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Texas at Arlington and is a graduate of the National Commercial Lending School at the University of Oklahoma and the Southwest Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University.

Mutual of Omaha Bank is a full-service bank providing financial solutions to individuals and businesses across the United States. With nearly $6 billion in assets, Mutual of Omaha Bank is a subsidiary of Mutual of Omaha, a Fortune 500 insurance and financial services company founded in 1909. For more information about Mutual of Omaha Bank, visit