Texas Bankers Association is the greatest and oldest state banking corporation across the nation. It was founded in 1885 to represent the voice of banks in the state and national halls of Austin and Washington DC. The members often hold roundtables to discuss all matters economics. It is a great honor to be invited to one of these prestigious roundtables. The association is home to 447 member banks, which is a notable figure.
Moment of Pride
The Nexbank Capital Inc President, John Holt, was invited to participate in 2016 at the 5th Annual Strategic Opportunities and M & A Conference. The discussion that year was about competing by innovation as a way to reinvent community banking. Such discussions lead to exploration into various avenues for problem solving and growth. The forum is an opportunity for industry leaders to meet and network. Conversations here revolve around strategic opportunities among other progressive ideas. Participation of John Holt was a point of pride for the bank.
Nexbank boasts a charter that dates back to the 1920s. It is the fourth largest bank in Dallas with a legal lending limit of $117 Million and the capability for more. The bank, along with its team of experienced professionals, aims to provide custom tailored finance and banking services to financial institutions, institutional clients, corporations, and individuals. They help clients optimize cash flow, manage liquidity and create complex financing structures with seamless precision. At the helm of this bank, sits a team of highly talented individuals whose management capabilities have seen the bank soar to become an SBA preferred lender. Nexbank had a mortgage volume of $2.7 Billion in the first half of 2017. This is a step up from the previous years. This is evidence of the consistent growth experienced by Nexbank.