Banking Taking New Turns by Reinventing the Community Banking Outlook by Competing Using New Innovations.

During the Texas Bankers Association’s 5th Annual Strategic Opportunities and M&A Conference, held in New Orleans, Louisiana on November 7, 2016, the president and CEO of NexBank, John Holt served as a panelist.

During the conference Mr.Holt discussed the topic of Reinventing Community Banking Perspectives on Competing by Innovation with the Banker Panel. This panel is a forum for advisors and consultants as well as the bank leaders to share their ideas on some of the challenges that face these same leaders, as well as any principal opportunities that may arise. They look at the opportunities available through M&A activity along with branching and organic growth.

The Dallas based NexBank Capital, Inc. is a banking institution which services its clientele using three core businesses: Mortgage Banking, Institutional Services and, Commercial Banking. They work with institutional client, corporations and financial institutions using customized services. This bank had $4.6 million in assets as of December of 2016.

NexBank , in November 2015 acquired College Savings Bank of New Jersey, founded in 1987, which specializes in 529 savings plan. The mybanktracker website stated the NexBank Capital, Inc. has a prestigious A+rating.

Their mission to give their clients the best possible service they can, and are reputed to have an excellent record of doing just that. They have been in business since 1922, offering online banking along with the usual personal banking services which include checking and savings accounts. In Dallas, they are one of the most popular banks around.

In July of 2017 NexBank SSB started an instructor-led digital learning course for 12 public schools in the neighborhoods that are in low-to-moderate income areas of Dallas County with no cost to the schools. These literacy courses are being taught in elementary as well as high schools in Dallas and Garland, Texas, and are given in both English and Spanish.