The Texas Bankers Association recently held their Annual Strategic Opportunities and M & A Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. The conference serves as an assembly of banking leaders, advisers and consultants to gather and discuss challenges and opportunities facing the community banking industry. The conference held a banker panel discussion in regards to “Reinventing Community Banking: Perspectives on Competing by Innovation”.
NexBank’s CEO, John Holt, was a featured speaker for the event and offered some valuable insight into key initiatives the company was taking going forward. Among these were acquiring the College Savings Bank of Princeton, New Jersey, which has focused on college savings programs for families since 1987. NexBank also recently teamed with Dallas Neighborhood Homes and Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity in an effort to increase home ownership for low-income residents in the southern Dallas area.
The conference event took place over a three day period from November 6-8 with many encouraging discussions had for the community banking industry.
NexBank, formerly Heritage Bank, has been a banking and financial services provider since it’s founding in 1922. It changed it’s name to NexBank in 2005 and is headquatered in Dallas, Texas. The company offers it’s financial services through a base core of Commercial Banking, Mortgage Banking and Institutional Services. A veritable three-pronged commitment to it’s clients to “deliver uncommon value at every opportunity”. Proven and dedicated professionals deliver experienced banking services and custom solutions to individuals, companies and institutions throughout Texas and nationwide.
Leadership is key in any company and NexBank offers a leadership team that is truly staggering in it’s commitment and track record of efficiency and effectiveness. With John Holt at the helm as CEO and James Dondero (of Highland Capital fame) as Chairman of the Board, NexBank is a growing industry leader with assets already reaching $4.6 billion and was recognized for being the “top performing bank in the nation” by ICBA Independent Banker Magazine.
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