On November 21, Charles G. Cooper, commissioner of the Texas Department of Banking, announced that Arlington-based Worthington National Bank has completed its conversion to a Texas state-chartered bank from a national banking association. Effective November 21, the new charter will begin operating under the name Worthington Bank.
Originally chartered in 2002, Worthington Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma-based BancFirst Corp. In addition to its main office in Arlington, the bank also has branch locations in Colleyville and Fort Worth. It enters the state banking system with approximately $540 million in assets.
Worthington Bank’s executive team is led by Greg D. Morse, CEO; Charles E. Yager III, president; Daniel P. Mocio, executive vice president/chief legal officer; and Veronica Watkins, executive vice president/chief financial officer.
“I am pleased to welcome Worthington Bank to the Texas state banking system and look forward to working with the bank’s board and management to ensure it continues to provide safe and sound financial services to its customers,” Cooper says.