Kansas-based CrossFirst Bank Receives Approval to Open First Fort Worth Location

Leawood, Kansas-based CrossFirst Bank has announced plans to enter the Fort Worth market. The bank received regulatory approval to open a full-service bank at 100 Throckmorton St., Ste. 150. It operates a temporary office at 420 Throckmorton St., Ste. 250, with plans to relocate to its permanent Fort Worth location in late summer 2023. Experienced banking … Read more

Kansas-based CrossFirst Bank Hires Hernandez to Lead Business Bankers in South Dallas

In late January, Leawood, Kansas-based CrossFirst Bank announced that Mariano Hernandez will be leading its business banking team in South Dallas County. He has more than 40 years of banking experience, most recently working in a consulting capacity to guide business owners in acquiring financing to meet company objectives. Hernandez’s banking experience also includes serving … Read more

Dudley Joins Kansas-based CrossFirst Bank as Frisco Market President

Leawood, Kansas-based CrossFirst Bank has hired Jason Dudley to serve as market president in Frisco. Dudley has more than 15 years of banking experience focused on mid-sized businesses and private wealth for individuals. Prior to joining CrossFirst Bank, he served for almost nine years as executive vice president at PlainsCapital Bank in Dallas and prior … Read more

Felan Joins Kansas-based CrossFirst Bank as Texas Regional President

On January 13, Leawood, Kansas-based CrossFirst Bank announced that David Felan has been named Texas regional president, overseeing the bank’s operations and offices in Dallas and Frisco. He will be responsible for leading CrossFirst Bank’s continued growth across Texas and will oversee talent recruitment and expansion opportunities. “Any time you are able to attract an … Read more

Legendary Dallas Banker George Jones Passes Away

Dallas banking icon George Jones passed away on May 21 at age 77. For most of the past year, he endured challenges caused by an illness—the exceedingly rare Vexas Syndrome—that had developed over the past 20 years. But, according to his obituary, no one ever heard him complain. After earning his BBA degree from the … Read more