NexBank Capital is a customizable banking and financial services company geared towards institutional clients, financial institutions, and corporations nationwide through three core businesses: Institutional services, Commercial and Mortgage Banking. They are always working hard to make things easier and more efficient for their clients. Focused on clients for nearly one hundred years, their bankers combine their financial experience and insights with a wide range of their products and tools to analyze their clients’ current financial position and create new strategies to help them meet their objectives.
In Dallas of November 2016, John Holt, the CEO and President of NexBank Capital, Inc., joined a panel at the Texas Bankers Association’s Fifth Annual Strategic Opportunities. He sat on another in New Orleans, Louisiana, at the M&A Conference. The panels’ topic of discussion was “Reinventing Community Banking: Perspectives on Competing by Innovation”. He shared his perspectives on the principal opportunities and community bank leaders’ challenges to an audience of bank leaders, advisers, and consultants. All in attendance were able to explore strategic opportunities through this discussion and future organic branching and growth.
Later that same month, a division of NexBank SSB, called College Savings Bank (“CSB”), completed their core banking system and online banking system conversion successfully. It became one of FDIC’s program managers that insured over 525 college savings plans nationwide. To get the ball rolling, CSB migrated 115 thousand accounts along with their information. This enabled them to provide their customers with the new industry-leading core banking system and online banking system that they’ll love. CSB didn’t just stop there; they also planned for more customer service enhancements to increase their customer satisfaction. John Holt expressed that this program was designed to enhance accessibility to their accounts, improve account management and online banking experience, and product up-to-date, simplified products with competitive rates to make it easier for their customers to save for their higher education.