The NexBank is the Dallas’s leading banking institution. By September 3, 2017, NexBank was valued at $7.6 billion in assets. It delivers Mortgage banking, commercial banking and institutional services for large corporations, financial institutions as well as the middle-market companies and investors in real estate. The group is led by Chairman James Dondero who is the president and core-founder of the Highland Capital Management.
Personalized and dedicated banking services
For the last 100 years, NexBank has delivered its services in a client-focused approach. The bank provides a suite of cash management and deposit services customized to the individual needs of customers. The bank’s mission is protecting and managing client’s finances and also providing suitable banking products.
The NexBank helps individuals and families to build and protect the savings they make for future generations. The bank through their dedicated personal bankers allows clients to determine the best product within their limit, and also at their interest requirements. The bank offers its customers several saving products that help them manage their finances while earning interests on their balances. The company provides mobile and also online banking services that lessen the burden of transferring funds to their saving accounts.
Nexbank has a team of professionals that help clients select the mortgage that fits their financial needs. The company offers a range of options, and it handles loans of any amount. The bank provides mortgage loans in the form of FHA&VA Loans, Rural Development loans, Cash-out Financing, ARMs&Fixed Rate Options, Jumbo Mortgages and Conventional Loans.
Nexbank has structures that allow efficient deposit and withdrawals. It offers Platinum One Checking, E-Free Checking, and Rates and Fees Checking services for this reason.
NexBank also provides commercial and SBA loans to small business and corporations. These loans help businesses to purchase property, refinance their existing loans and to purchase machinery and equipment.
The NexBank also funds charitable ventures. It was the sponsor of the 32nd Annual Luncheon of the Dallas Women’s Foundation. The bank gave out $100000 to the foundation which advances for women leadership and economic security. The Dallas Women’s Foundation annually hosts the luncheon with more than 1300 business, community and civic leaders in attendance.