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Little joins Southside Bank

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Gilbert Little has joined Southside Bank as senior vice president, private banking for the North Texas Region.

“Gilbert brings tremendous knowledge, experience and contacts working with high-net-worth individuals and corporate executives in the DFW area and across the southern United States. We know his work ethic and commitment to service will help grow and develop the bank’s private banking segment,” said John Jett, managing director for private banking. “Our goal is to be the go-to financial institution in this community for private banking, and we are so pleased to have someone as experienced as Gilbert join Southside.”

With over 30 years of experience working with high net worth families and individuals, his background includes commercial and personal banking in smaller communities as well as with Fortune 100 companies.

Little previously was a private banker for BBVA Compass Global. He also started the Hal Sutton Foundation in 2001, which led to establishing Sutton Children’s Hospital, which opened in May 2006 in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Little is from Jay, Florida. He holds Series 7 and Series 66 FINRA licenses, Texas insurance license and certified wealth strategist designation.

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