A. Thomas Loy

Chairman & CEO
2545 S Kelly ave.
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Mr. Loy is a banker, professor, consultant, author, public speaker, and entrepreneur.  He is the founder, Chairman, and CEO of MetaFund, and he also serves on the board of directors and as chairman of the audit committee of First Bethany Bank, a community bank in Oklahoma City. Additionally, Mr. Loy serves on the board of directors for the Community Development Venture Capital Alliance.

Mr. Loy served at Oklahoma City University as Executive Director of both the Graduate Banking School and the Bank Directors' College, as well as visiting and adjunct professor of finance and banking.  In 1992-93 he was the Resident Banking Advisor for U.S. Treasury Dept/KPMG in Prague, Czech Republic, where he helped establish banking schools in Prague and Bratislava (the capital of Slovakia), taught banking courses, and advised bankers and government officials.

Mr. Loy has been a lecturer and public speaker for many banking organizations, including the American Bankers Association; Federal Reserve System; Comptroller of the Currency; Office of Thrift Supervision, and executive education programs at universities throughout the U.S.  He has organized and taught at more than one hundred banking schools and conferences on a wide range of topics, including community development venture capital, bank performance and financial analysis, bank asset/liability management, mergers and acquisitions, strategic planning, banking history, investments and cash management, and business ethics.

Mr. Loy served for twelve years in various positions as an Oklahoma City community banker, including Auditor, Chief Financial Officer, and Executive Vice President.  He was also Chairman/President of a check and data processing company, co-founded a fully-registered broker/dealer of which he was Chairman/President, and coordinated a bank holding company's IPO.  He earned general securities principal, registered representative, and various insurance licenses, and has served on the boards of numerous banking, securities, and civic organizations.

Mr. Loy has also lived and worked in Dallas, Hawaii, and Switzerland, been a coin-op laundry developer, upscale dog food manufacturer, bank stock and tennis ball arbitrageur, and speed reading and mnemonics teacher.  He is the author of many published articles and opinion columns, a monograph for the Oklahoma Academy entitled A Macro Vision For Civil Society (1996), and two books: Merger/Acquisition Handbook For Community Banks (1994), and Cash Management Handbook For Community Banks (1989).

Mr. Loy holds a B.A. in Letters and a Master of Liberal Studies from the University of Oklahoma.  He was named an Outstanding Alumnus of the College of Arts & Sciences at OU, and he has received the National Association of Community Leadership's Distinguished Leadership Award.