Bank of Texas Welcomes Wright as North Texas Market Executive

Fort Worth-based Bank of Texas has hired Dennis Wright as North Texas market executive in Dallas, according to the Dallas Business Journal. “My role is to more further establish and firmly entrench Bank of Texas in the northern part of the Dallas metro area,” Wright told the Journal. “We’re already actively serving these communities, but … Read more

North Texas’ Harmony Bank and Texas Brand Bank to Merge

On September 8, Kemp-based Harmony Bank NA and Dallas-based Texas Brand Bank announced that they have signed a definitive agreement in which Harmony Bank will merge with and into Texas Brand Bank. The merger agreement, announced by former Texas State Senator John J. Carona, chairman of Harmony Bank, and Edward B. Tomlinson II, chairman of … Read more

Crotty Joins Bank of Texas as Institutional Wealth Management Business Development Officer

Anthony Phillips, senior vice president/institutional wealth sales manager at Tulsa, Oklahoma-based BOKF, and Mark Nurdin, CEO for Bank of Texas, Fort Worth, recently announced the appointment of David Crotty, CRPC, as vice president/business development officer. Crotty will cultivate business opportunities for the institutional wealth management (IWM) retirement plans and asset services team in the North … Read more

Texas Capital Bank Appoints Storms Chief Risk Officer, Jurecka Chief Human Resources Officer

On February 26, Dallas-based Texas Capital Bank and its parent company, Texas Capital Bancshares, announced that Tim Storms has been named chief risk officer of both companies. Storms replaces John Turpen, who will continue with the company until March 31 to ensure an effective transition. Storms will report directly to Rob Holmes, president and CEO of Texas … Read more

Dallas Business Journal Ranks Independent Financial Second Among Mid-Market Companies

McKinney-based Independent Financial ranks second in the Dallas Business Journal’s 2020 “Middle Market 50,” which recognizes the fastest-growing private and public midsize companies in North Texas. The publication defines middle-market companies as those with annual revenue between $10 million and $1 billion. It includes companies within a 12-county area around the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, an … Read more