A Meeting of the Minds

Panelist – Texas Bankers Association’s Annual Strategic Opportunities Conference in La.

The current CEO of NexBank Capital Inc. has just spoken at this November 2016 event and made his panelist review on all strategies and opportunities through M&A. He also participated in the banker panel discussion that related to new opportunities to reinvent community banking and offer perspectives on better competition through innovation. The event, which was regarded as a high success and a must-repeat for next year, forum leaders and bank advisers shared their opinions on new opportunities and challenges that face the leaders of domestic community banking.

 

NexBank Capital Incorporated

NexBank Capital Inc. is based in Dallas and owns three major branches there. It also sides with major U.S. banks such as J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Compass Bank, Comerica Bank, First National Bank in Texas, Branch Banking and Trust Company, Capital One Bank, Prosperity Bank, Legacy Texas Bank, Wood Forest National Bank, Frost Bank, BOKF, Inwood National Bank, Plains Capital Bank, Zions Bank, Regions Bank, The American National Bank of Texas and Texas Capital Bank. NexBank offers commercial banking, mortgage banking and institutional banking services as its three primary functions. Under commercial banking, NexBank serves commercial lending, commercial real estate solutions, correspondent banking, credit and agency services and even treasury management. Under mortgage banking, warehouse lending and wholesale lending are available as well as correspondent solutions.

 

The institutional services that NexBank offers include treasury management, public funding, investment banking and real estate advice. Mortgages, checking and savings accounts are also available. Next bank has recently been featured in numerous articles and also owns a media contact center, of which both may be viewed online along with similar press releases and announcements dating back to 2002. Please visit www.nexbank.com.