John Holt Participates in Community Banking Panel

Nexbank President and CEO John Holt gathered with other banking experts to discuss the future of community banking at an open panel hosted by the Texas Banker’s Association. The panel, gathered for the fifth annual meeting, discussed the ways in which community banking is being changed and shaped by the challenges it faces, and how it can innovate and change with the times.

The meeting, also known as the Annual Strategic Opportunities and M&A Conference, gives leaders of banking institutions, financial consultants, and others in the industry to sit down at an open forum where they can ask questions and find solutions to common problems. The M&A format allows for strategic problem solving, and the participants, such as John Holt, can also talk with their fellows through organic growth and branching.

Nexbank Capital, Inc is based out of Dallas, TX. They specialize in creating custom banking solutions for commercial enterprises through commercial lending and credit, mortgages on warehouse and wholesale real estate, and other institutional services such as treasury management and investment banking. They work with both large corporations to find banking solutions that fit their needs, as well as major financial institutions.

The executives at Nexbank play a key role in the company’s success. Their focus is consistently on finding new and inventive solutions to commercial and institutional banking, and the results are delivered as a result of the experience and dedication of the executive team.

John Holt has served as Nexbank’s president and CEO since arriving at the company in 2011. He had extensive experience as the chairman, president and CEO of different financial institutions prior to joining with Nexbank. Under his leadership, Nexbank has grown to 5.3 million dollars in assets. He holds degrees from the University of Arizona, Southern Methodist University, and the University of Texas at Arlington.