Dallas-based Texas Capital Bank has appointed Bryan Kucholtz to serve as executive vice president/head of private wealth. He joined Texas Capital Bank in June, bringing more than 30 years of banking and finance experience, specifically in leading and growing all aspects of retail/institutional banking and wealth management across several states. Previously, he served as executive vice president/regional sales manager in North Texas for PNC Investments. Prior to that, he held successive wealth management positions at BBVA, Comerica and JPMorgan Chase. While at BBVA Investment Services, he supervised the wealth management distribution channel across the company’s footprint.
“Since joining the company, Bryan has quickly demonstrated a clear track record of success,” says John Cummings, chief administrative officer. “His close ties to the Texas banking landscape and deep financial expertise have already contributed to the enhanced client experience and ongoing success of our private wealth business. Our talented executives are a driving factor behind the company’s evolution into the flagship financial services firm in Texas, and I know Bryan will continue to be a tremendous member of the team.”
Kucholtz will be responsible for managing all aspects of Texas Capital Bank’s private wealth business across the firm’s footprint, including estate and wealth planning strategies, investment management, trust and estate administration, concierge private banking, insurance and brokerage services, as well as online and mobile banking.
Kucholtz earned his BA degree in economics from the University of Dallas and his MBA in finance from the University of Texas–Dallas. He has earned several designations and is a certified wealth strategist and accredited investment fiduciary.
Established in 1998, Texas Capital Bank has offices in Dallas, Austin, Houston, San Antonio and Fort Worth.