Dallas, Nov.10, 2016 /PRNewswire/-The 5th Annual Strategic Opportunities and M&A Conference in Louisiana, New Orleans a Texas Bankers Association saw CEO and President of NexBank, John Holt contribute to a discussion on reinventing Community Banking: Perspective on Competing by innovation.

NexBank Capital Inc. is a company providing financial services and serves its clients using three core business: Institutional services, Commercial Banking and Mortgage Banking. This is a bank offering services that are customized to suit corporations, financial institutions as well as institutional clients. Indeed, John Holt contribution to the discussion is well called for as he understand the community needs in regards to banking services and the best way to get innovative in order to compete in the market today.

John talked on the contribution NexBank on enhanced community banking some of the steps being: College savings bank acquisition that aims at increasing savings from parents to cater for college education for their children. Further, the bank is investing in mortgage companies that give their services to under privileged families. At the end the conference, solutions were found for how best to increase organic growth for organization by being much more in the community, especially bank involvement.

Let’s look at NexBank a member of FDIC. The bank, is the 14th largest bank in Texas having its Headquarter in Dallas Texas. NexBank was established back in the year 1934 and now boast of employing 89 employees at 4 locations. It has one great management team that uses industrial expertise and focus on serving clients thus able to give amazing financial services capabilities to individual customers, institutions and corporates.

Led by the Chairman James Dondero, with over 30 years’ experience in equity markets and credit NexBank is expanding. James in his capacity oversees both operational as well as financial performance and is also expected to set strategies. John is also an excellent addition to the NexBank management team and we hope to see more from the bank in regards to community banking.