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New bank to Fort Worth opens in Camp Bowie District

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BTH Bank has opened its newest banking center in Fort Worth located at 5001 El Campo Ave., just off Camp Bowie Boulevard.

BTH Bank Fort Worth is in a restored, 70+ year-old facility located on the brick streets of the Camp Bowie District. BTH Bank is a 104 year-old national bank charter with banking centers in Dallas, Plano, McKinney, Tyler, Lindale, Longview, Kilgore, Carthage, Henderson, Mineola, Quitman, and Holly Lake Ranch. The bank’s headquarters is in Quitman. The bank was established in 1914.

BTH Bank says it focuses on optimizing productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness and that those more efficient and productive operating structure savings are passed on to the BTH Bank customers.

Through three successful equity offerings, the bank has achieved $245 million in equity and a base of over 700 shareholders, most of whom reside in the greater North and East Texas areas. There are no institutional investors and the largest shareholder is the bank’s ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan). BTH Bank has over $1.83 billion in assets and $1.50 billion in deposits.

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