Nexbank SSB has donated $100,000 to Dallas Women’s Foundation for its 32nd Annual Luncheon celebration this year. Dallas Women’s Foundation is the world’s largest regional non-profit organization advancing positive economic security and social change for women and girls. This event takes place on October 20th every year at Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas.
This year’s luncheon features a very important talk from Dr. Hope Jahren who is one of TIME Magazine’s Top 100 Influential People, best-selling author and award winning celebrity. Twenty schools and over 10,000 students across North Texas get the talk through live-streaming. Over 1,300 business, civic and community leaders attend the Dallas Women’s Foundation luncheon event annually.
Nexbank is a customized financial and banking services company that provides mortgage, banking and institutional services to financial institutions, institutional clients, individuals and corporations worldwide. It was established in 1934 with its headquarters in Dallas. NexBank is rated the 12th largest bank in Texas and 179th largest bank nationally.
The company focuses on delivering unique value at every opportunity through business leadership and dedication to clients. Qualified personnel with verified successful track records provide clients with first class access to personalized and sophisticated solutions. The company has 3 branches.
The divisions of services comprise:
Commercial Banking services; correspondent banking, commercial lending, credit services, commercial real estate lending, agency services and Treasury management.
Mortgage Banking; wholesale and Correspondent lending and warehouse lending
Institutional services; financial institutions, investment banking, real estate advisory, public funds and treasury management.
Under the excellent leadership of renowned individuals such as Matt Siekielski who is the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer and John Holt who is the chairman, Nexbank has reportedly managed to attain $7.6 billion assets as of September 30, 2017. Besides running NexBank, Matt Siekielski also takes part in community based organization. He is currently a board member of a charitable organization called Impact Dallas.
Impact Dallas aims to promote investment in southern Dallas while producing positive, sustainable social, environmental and economic benefits for local residents. Mr. Siekielski graduated from the University of Texas with an MBA Accounting and MS in Real Estate and from Southwestern University in Georgetown with a BA in Business Administration. The duo continues to drive Nexbank to greater heights.