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Bank Notes: Texas Capital Bank names new leaders in Fort Worth

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Texas Capital Bank names new leaders in Fort Worth

Longtime local bank executives Robin Hamilton and David Williams have joined Texas Capital Bank’s Fort Worth team.

Hamilton, the new Fort Worth regional chairman, spent 27 years with Wells Fargo, leading the bank’s middle-market business in the Fort Worth and West Texas markets. She is a member of the board of directors of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce and a former chairman of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Central Area Council.

A graduate of Texas Christian University, Hamilton also is a coach for the Next Generation Leadership Program at the Neely School of Business at TCU and is on the President’s Advisory Council for The Parenting Center.

Williams, a former commercial banking division manager at JPMorgan Chase, is the new Fort Worth regional president. He also serves on the board of the Fort Worth Chamber and the executive committee of the Cowtown Marathon and is a former board member of Downtown Fort Worth Inc. He graduated from Texas Tech University.

In other Texas Capital news, James Hill recently accepted a leadership role in the bank’s Private Wealth Advisors Group, while Rick Jenkins was promoted to lead the region’s Commercial Real Estate team.

“Being able to attract talent of Robin and David’s caliber is a testament to the fact that we have an exceptional team in Fort Worth,” said President and CEO Keith Cargill. “And bringing them alongside James and Rick gives business leaders in Tarrant County a dream team of advisers.”

Texas Capital Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Texas Capital Bancshares Inc. and is traded publicly on the Nasdaq under the symbol TCBI.

MIDSOUTH BANK PRESIDENT

CLOUTIER ADDS CEO DUTIES

MidSouth Bank President Troy Cloutier will assume the additional responsibilities of chief executive officer effective Nov. 1.

Cloutier has been president for the past year. As president and CEO, he assumes more responsibility for managing the daily operations of the bank’s two-state franchise. The bank is based in Lafayette, Louisiana, and has operations in Louisiana and Texas.

Cloutier is the son of MidSouth Bank founding President and CEO Rusty Cloutier, who will remain president and CEO of MidSouth Bancorp Inc., the bank’s holding company. The announcement was made as part of the bank’s succession plan.

Troy Cloutier had been chief banking officer and senior executive vice president since January 2011 and before that he was regional president for more than eight years. – Associated Press

3 IN FW AMONG HEALTHIEST

U.S. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

Three financial institutions in Fort Worth were named to the 2016 edition of the Top 200 Healthiest Banks/Credit Unions in America, according to DepositAccounts.com.

Southwest Bank, Fort Worth City Credit Union and EECU were named to the list, which evaluates the financial health of every federally insured bank and credit union in the United States, more than 12,000 total. Each institution is graded on a number of factors, including capitalization, deposit growth and loan-to-reserve ratios, to determine a comprehensive health score.

DepositAccounts.com is an online publication in the United States dedicated to banking/savings and deposits information for consumers.

For the full list see www.depositaccounts.com/banks/health.aspx#healthiest

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