Texas Capital reports another quarterly loss on higher provision, job cuts


The Dallas company, which in May terminated a deal to merge with Independent Bank, set aside $100 million for worrisome loans and incurred severance costs after cutting an undisclosed number of positions.


Energy lenders brace for more losses


Bankers had asserted in April that they could handle a slump in oil prices tied to the coronavirus pandemic. Continued volatility, combined with declining collateral values and a rise in bankruptcies for exploration companies, is denting their confidence.


Three Texas banks planning to merge


Southwest Bancshares in San Antonio will have assets of $1.5 billion when it absorbs two affiliated banking companies in nearby cities.


OCC, Texas bank enter into formal agreement tied to BSA compliance


CBTX in Houston must develop policies and procedures, along with a training program, to address deficiencies in its bank's compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act.


Former banker pleads guilty for role in Texas bank's failure


Anita Gail Moody, who was president of Enloe State Bank, admitted to creating phony loan documents — and setting a fire to destroy them — before the bank was shuttered in May 2019.


Find a buyer or a new CEO? What’s next for Texas Capital


The Dallas bank appears to be at a crossroads after its merger with Independent Bank Group was called off Tuesday.


Texas Capital, Independent terminate $3 billion merger


Texas Capital said that Keith Cargill had also stepped down as its president and CEO.


Texas banker returns to work after bout with coronavirus


Dean Bass, chairman and CEO of Spirit of Texas Bancshares, had taken a leave of absence after contracting COVID-19.


Texas bank's leader takes leave after contracting coronavirus


Spirit of Texas Bancshares named an interim CEO for Dean Bass, though the company said he is recovering.


High anxiety among energy lenders as oil prices plummet


Weak demand for oil and gas, brought on by the economic fallout of the coronavirus outbreak, has raised concerns of energy firms missing loan payments or even going bankrupt. Here’s how banks and regulators are trying to get ahead of potential problems.