The President and Chief Executive Officer of NexBank Capital Inc., John Holt, recently addressed the Texas Bankers Association during their 5th annual strategic opportunities and M&A conference. The conference was held in New Orleans, Lousiana. The discussion that Holt joined in was how to reinvent community banking through innovation. The association gives business leaders like John Holt a forum to have discussions with other leader, consultants, and advisors about the challenges in this field as well as to identify opportunities.
NexBank Capital is headquartered in Dallas, Texas and was founded in 1934. The bank has four locations in Texas and has grown into the 14th largest bank in the state. The bank specializes in Mortage banking, commercial banking, and institutional services. NexBank also offers checking, savings, money market, and CD’s to their clients with some of the highest interest rates around including 1.25% on a 12 month CD and 1.45% on a 2 year one.
In addition to John Holt, the senior leaders of NexBank include Chief Operating Officer Matt Siekielski, Chief Financial Officer Craig Korbuly, and Senior Managing Director Craig Campbell.
The company recently partnered with the nonprofit Dallas Neighborhood Homes, along with Habitat for Humanity, in order to provide affordable housing loans to disadvantaged families in the Dallas area. In specific, they will target certain Dallas Zip codes in the southern half of the city in order to provide at least 100 loans a year for 5 years for low-income families looking to purchase their first home. In another act of philanthropy, NexBank has also sponsored Lemonade Day on May 7th 2016. This program was designed to teach young students in how to start, found and operate a company using classic business techniques and to foster a sense of entrepreneurship and leadership among the younger people of the Dallas community.