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Commerce Bank adds new talent to energy division

Commerce Bank announced today it has hired Parker Heikes to manage Denver's energy portfolio.


Commerce Bank announced the hiring of Parker Heikes to manage Denver's energy portfolio, bringing a decade of energy banking experience to the organization's growing energy division.

“We welcome Parker to the Commerce Bank energy division and look forward to tapping into his industry knowledge,” says Charlie Crouse, senior vice president and director of the energy division for Commerce Bank. He "has seen the ups and downs this industry has had, and he has a proven track record to help customers get the resources they need to stay competitive.”  

Commerce Bank has specialized in energy financing since 2002, and in 2015 named Oklahoma City its energy division headquarters. With commercial offices in Denver and a growing potential of customers in that market, the bank strategically decided to position an energy banker in the Denver market.

“I’m looking forward to continuing my career at Commerce Bank’s energy division,” says Heikes, adding the new environment will offer "an entrepreneurial spirit for me to expand my business prospects throughout Colorado and the Rockies region.”  

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