The uncertainty of the financial world always weighs on the shoulders of many. In such uncomfortable times for both the U.S. and the world, these concerns have only been magnified.
Recently, John Holt, president and CEO of NexBank Capital Inc., spoke at the 5th annual Texas Bankers Strategic Opportunities and M&A conference in New Orleans last November. Holt served as a panelist on the discussion “Reinventing Community Banking: Perspectives on Competing by Innovation.” The debate centered on ways local banks can better engage with their local clientele through new techniques and methods.
The conference itself serves as a forum for members within the banking industry to share perspectives and better understand challenges facing the financial community int these modern times. More specific discussion centered on both challenges and opportunities for banks to branch out and grow their brand.
Holt’s representation on a panel and presence at the conference has shown the continued presence of NexBank, a Dallas-based financial firm which was first created in 1934. Now with four different locations and nearly 100 employees, the company has three core businesses offered to clients in commercial banking, mortgage banking, and institutional services. Their clients range from local individuals to global corporations.
With commercial banking, NexBank offers various of services such as lending funds to businesses, treasury management, and real estate for businesses. Mortgage banking deals with warehouse lending, and loan management though the firm doesn’t originate actual loans. With institutional services, NexBank works with clients in such financial activities as lines of credit, depository services, public funds, investment banking, and company term loans.