The Texas Banker’s Association recently held its 5th Annual Strategic Opportunities and M&A Conference. This forum provides bank leaders, advisors, and consultants to meet and discuss opportunities and challenges facing their communities. The M&A conference, hosted in New Orleans, also offers strategic opportunities for panelists and participants, in addition to organic growth and branching.
One such panelist serving in the Banker Panel was John Holt, President of Nexbank Capital, Inc., participating in the topic “Reinventing Commercial Banking: Perspectives on Competing by Innovation”. John Holt’s growing financial institution serves worldwide with three main avenues: Commercial and Mortgage Banking, and Institutional Services. John Holt also has additional responsibilities such as his involvement on the Board of Directors of the Texas Bankers Association and as a member of the Audit and Finance Committee, Executive Committee, and Investive Committee. Since John Holt joined Nexbank in 2011, it has grown tremendously under his leadership and strategies.
Established in 1934, Nexbank is located in Dallas, Texas; it is now expanded to three locations, all in Dallas, as well as online services. Nexbank is a member of the FDIC with an SBA Preferred Lender status. It is reported as the fourth largest bank in Dallas, Texas, and the thirteenth largest bank in the state of Texas. With $5.3 billion in assets as of March 31, 2017, Nexbank is dedicated to serving institutions and corporations worldwide, as well as real-estate investors, middle-market companies, and individual clients.
With assets quickly climbing into the billions, Nexbank was rated in the top 10 of the Best Performing U.S. Community Banks of 2016 by S&P Global Market Intelligence. According to their website, nexbank.com, they are “committed to delivering custom-tailored, results-oriented solutions that meet the financial needs of our clients”.