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Noto named executive vp of Inwood National Bank

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Martin J. Noto Jr. has joined Inwood National Bank as executive vice president and chief administrative officer of the bank.

In his new role, he will be responsible for overseeing the commercial banking operation and assisting the CEO with other areas of the bank as needed.

“We are excited to welcome Martin to the Inwood National Bank team,” said Inwood President and CEO Gary Tipton. “Martin is a extraordinary banker and has the experience and expertise to lead our commercial banking team.”

Noto was previously president and CEO of First Financial Bank’s Fort Worth Region. He has more than 35 years of experience in the financial industry including middle market, commercial real estate and energy lending. Noto holds a bachelor of business arts in marketing and a masters of business administration in accounting and finance from the University of North Texas.

He is active in the Fort Worth community serving as vice chairman of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, member of the executive committee for Downtown Fort Worth Inc., finance chairman for the Salvation Army Advisory Board, chairman of the Housing Channel, and is a member of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo Corporate Sales Committee. Noto also is a Founder’s Council member of the Greater Fort Worth Real Estate Council and is on the board of Southeast Fort Worth Inc. He previously was chairman of Tarrant County Housing Partnership, Inc., chairman of St. Paul Lutheran School Board, treasurer of the Greater Fort Worth Real Estate Council, treasurer of the Day Recourse Center for the Homeless, board member of the North Texas RMA and was in the Leadership Fort Worth class of 1995.

Inwood National Bank is an independent, locally owned, community bank based in Dallas with 14 branch locations spread across North Texas. The bank has assets of over $2.8 billion. The bank’s Fort Worth location is at 777 Taylor St Ste 102.

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