RCB Bank was established in Claremore, Oklahoma, and first opened its doors for business on Saturday, January 4, 1936, at 9:00 a.m. It was known then as Rogers County Bank and consisted of one branch. The bank began as an entrepreneurship with L.S. Robson and George Davis during the days of the Great Depression. From day one in the lean times of the Great Depression, the Bank worked to become a strong and reliable financial institution within the community and those efforts quickly resulted in growth of the company. The Bank ended the first year with a profit, a feat the Bank has repeated every year since. In 1990, Rogers County Bank’s name was changed to RCB Bank due to its expansion outside of Rogers County and into surrounding counties. Since the first acquisition in 1990, additional branches have been acquired or built to expand our footprint across Oklahoma and Kansas. RCB Bank strives to be recognized as a leader in customer service, a leader in cutting-edge banking technology and a leader within the communities we serve. The purpose of RCB Bank is to meet the financial needs of our communities, its businesses and its customers. At the same time, RCB Bank is a responsible citizen and a business leader within the communities we serve. Our motto, "That’s my bank!" was officially adopted as the Bank’s slogan in the 1970’s, along with the defining characteristics of our company: RCB stands for Relationships, Community and Boldness!Something looks off?