NexBank Capital Inc.’s CEO and president, Mr. John Holt, attended the 5th Annual Strategic Opportunities and M&A conference that was organized by the Texas Bankers Association. The conference, that featured bank leaders and other financial consultants, went down in New Orleans, Louisiana. The 5th Annual Strategic Opportunities and M&A conference was held on 7th November, 2016. Mr. John Holt was among the contributors and panelist in the Banker Panel discussion. In this panel, Mr. John Holt helped expound further on the topic at hand, which was “Reinventing Community Banking: Perspectives on Competing by Innovation”.
The Strategic Opportunities and M&A Conference is held annually and offers a perfect platform to tackle issues related to the banking sector. Among those who are usually in attendance include bank leaders, financial consultants, and financial advisors. These experts then proceed to discuss their business perspective and what the problems the bank leaders are faced with in their line of work. Tactical opportunities that are available through the M&A are explored alongside those resulting from organic growth and the branching of businesses.
NexBank Capital Inc. is headed by James Dondero as its chairman. Mr. James Dondero also helped co-found and is the current president of Highland Capital Management, L.P. The bank was listed number 13 among Texas’ biggest banks and 200 Countrywide. NexBank Capital Inc. offers three main financial services i.e. Institutional Services, Commercial Banking and Mortgage Banking. The company’s clients have these services tailor-made to their requirements.
The main clients that NexBank Capital Inc. offers its services to include other financial institutions, corporates, and individuals all over the country. NexBank Capital Inc. has its headquarters at 2515 McKinney Ave, Suite 1100, Dallas. The company also has two other branches both located in Dallas, Texas. NexBank Capital Inc. was founded in 1934 and it currently has about 86 employees in its payroll. It has been also been able to achieve an A health rating due to its high money market rates.