The Texas Bankers Association recently held its 5th annual conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. The president and CEO of NexBank Capital, John Holt, was part of the panel. It focused on how to strengthen community banks and enable them to find innovative ways to compete. John Holt has served the bank since 2011. He is in charge of the growth strategy as well as the operational performance of the bank.
Under his leadership, the bank has recorded steady growth and expanded its service offerings. Additionally, John Holt oversees several committees at the Texas Bankers Association. He also serves on the board and is in charge of the Community Bankers Council at the association. The conference brings together banking industry leaders and consultants.
The primary objective is to discuss potential opportunities and challenges that face the leaders of community banks. It is a forum for participants and business leaders to discover available opportunities through mergers and acquisitions, expanding branch networks as well as organic growth of their businesses. NexBank Capital is primarily a commercial bank. It has a strong focus on commercial and mortgage banking as well as institutional financial services.
The company serves real estate investors, corporations as well as financial institutions among numerous other clients. It is one of the top ranking residential real estate lenders and has been recognized as one of the best performing community banks in the country. NexBank controls over $7 billion in assets. It is uniquely positioned to provide top-rated bespoke financial solutions driven by extensive experience and highly-skilled specialists.
The bank guarantees exceptional value to the customer. The bank was established in 1934 and operates three branches in the Dallas area. NexBank employs close to a hundred people in the three branches. It is one of the biggest banks in Texas. It is a member of the FDIC and carries a health rating of A. This guarantees the safety of customer deposits as the bank is protected against failure.