Local Dallas Bank CEO Speaks At Texas Bankers Association’s Event
John Holt is the president and chief executive officer of Dallas, Texas based bank, Nexbank. Mr. Holt was invited to and attended the the Texas Bankers Association’s Annual Strategic Opportunities and Mergers and Acquisitions Conference that was held in New Orleans, Louisiana in November of 2016. He was featured on a panel during the annual conference that dealt how Texas based banks can better compete through innovation in community banking practices.
The event held in New Orleans, Louisiana was the fifth such annual event held since its beginning in 2012. The Texas Bankers Association’s Annual Strategic Opportunities and Mergers and Acquisitions Conference is where major figures from Texas banks come together and share strategies on how they can increase business through various means. Bank leaders such as John Holt, financial professionals and investors come to the conference to discuss branching, mergers and acquisitions and organic growth of banks. The goal is to facilitate discussion and share strategy that benefits stakeholders in the Texas banking industry.
Information On Nexbank Of Dallas, Texas
Nexbank is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. It has a corporate headquarters, a mortgage lending division and office and a retail branch. The company estimates that it has about $4 billion dollars in assets under management in total. This is after the acquisition of the College Savings Bank of New Jersey which significantly boosted and diversified the assets of Nexbank.
The primary customers of Nexbank are corporate clients and institutional clients. However, Nexbank also serves middle market and small businesses with services such as business loans and investment banking services. Nexbank also has a strong mortgaging banking operation. They lend to thousands of homeowners across Texas. Nexbank is also proud to be a partner and sponsor of Habitat For Humanity’s projects in helping to build affordable homes for low income families in the South Dallas area.