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The CEO of NexBank Capital, Inc., John Holt, recently attended the M&A Conference in New Orleans and acted as a panelist at the Texas Bankers Association’s fifth Annual Strategic Opportunities. Being an experienced banker, Nexbank CEO John Holt was involved in a discussion titled Reinventing Community Banking, and the topic of debate was Perspectives on Competing by Innovation.

This major event provides an avenue for successful bank leaders, consultants, and advisers to share their views and attempt to solve problems associated with the banking industry. The participants and panelists in attendance were provided an opportunity to analyze various opportunities offered by M&A activities.

A closer look at NexBank Capital,

NexBank Capital, Inc. is a private business entity established in 1922, and its headquarters is in the United States. The financial institution specializes in mortgage banking, commercial banking, and institutional services. NexBank delivers services to financial institutions, corporations, and institutional clients. It offers customized banking and financial services.

Nexbank is currently headed by John Holt and has over 200 employees who serve at the banks’ different branches. NexBank Capital, Inc. major branches are Dallas-located McKinney, Preston Center Branch in Dallas, and New Jersey-based College Savings Bank Branch. Another key official at NexBank Capital is Mary Pirrello, the president of the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association.
Community outreach programs
Over the years, this company has introduced forums to reach out to communities such as the “Lemonade Day.” During this year’s Lemonade Day, the bank took the initiative of educating young people on entrepreneurship. According to the CEO, this forum mentors and helps future leaders to develop skills in finance. The company has also been involved in philanthropic activities such as supporting American troops and their families. In 2010, NexBank assisted in running a fundraising campaign for “Stars and Stripes Dinner,” a charity that offers financial assistance to active as well as reserve military officers.

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