Reinventing Community Banking
John Holt,President, and CEO of NexBank Capital, Inc. recently attended the Texas Bankers 5th Annual Conference in New Orleans. During the weekend conference, John Holt was part of a panel discussion called “Reinventing Community Banking: Perspectives on Competing by Innovation.” The annual conference is a forum for bank advisers and consultants to share perspectives and challenges faced by bank leaders.
NexBank Capital, Inc.
NexBank serves three businesses: Institutional Services, Mortgage Banking, and Commercial Banking. NexBank has three kinds of clients it helps: large institutions, corporations or financial associations. NexBank offers four services to its clients: Commercial and Mortgage Banking as well as Institutional and Depository Services. NexBank is the ranked 4th largest bank in Dallas as well as the 10th largest bank in Texas. NexBank Mortgage Banking grew from $3.5B (2015) to $5.0B (2016) and $6.1B in 2017.
Over 2,200 Texas Veterans depend upon loans from NexBank for accommodative housing. NexBank provides loans to over 700 families in Texas ranging from low to moderate income. NexBank is the sponsor for financial literacy courses in 18 public schools from the low to moderate income Dallas County neighborhoods.NexBank is a supporter of the Community Council Fund as well as the GrowSouth Fund.
NexBank has been named the “#2 Residential Real Estate Lender” by Bank Director Magazine. NexBank is called “#5 Pretax ROE Bank” by S&P Global Market Intelligence. Lastly, NexBank rated “Superior Bank Quality Rating” by IDC Financial Publishing, Inc during the 1st-3rd Quarter of 2017. NexBank is a regional bank with $8.4B. NexBank charter began in 1922. NexBank serves clients throughout the United States.
John Holt President and CEO
John Holt, President, and CEO which began in 2011. During Mr. Holt’s tenure, NexBank has grown to become one of the largest banks in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Holt holds several positions in the banking community: Board of Directors of the Texas Bankers Association (TBA), Chairman of TBA’s Community Circuit and sits on the Audit and serves on several Committees: Finance, Executive, and Investment.
Mr. Holt graduated from SMU’s School of Banking and holds a BBA from U of Texas at Arlington.