Veritex to record charge-off tied to energy loan


The Dallas company inherited the loan relationship from a bank it bought in 2017.


What Middle East turmoil could mean for U.S. energy lenders


The rise in prices caused by the attacks on Saudi Arabian oil installations should help banks recoup some losses from the 2016 downturn. Harder to gauge is the impact the price volatility will have on U.S. energy production and, in turn, loan demand.


BancorpSouth expanding in central Texas with bank acquisition


The Mississippi company will pay more than $38 million for Texas First Bancshares.


First Financial entering key university market with latest deal


The company will by TB&T Bancshares, which operates branches near Texas A&M University.


Texas Capital hires Deutsche Bank escrow team


The Dallas bank has recruited three executives from Deutsche to establish a unit in New York that holds assets in escrow for clients.


Liquidity concerns drove LegacyTexas to sell


The Plano bank, which is being sold to Prosperity Bancshares in one of the industry's biggest M&A deals this year, was also worried about credit quality, a regulatory filing shows.


Investar adding Texas branches through deal with Hilltop


The Louisiana company will enter two new markets after it buys the locations.


Happy State announces bank acquisition in Texas


The bank will buy First State Bank of Mobeetie.


Will energy boom turn West Texas into bank M&A hot spot?


Record oil production has lenders contemplating acquisitions in the region.


Frost Bank bumps up against familiar challenge: A dearth of tech talent


The San Antonio bank has had little trouble hiring retail bankers to staff its new Houston branches, but it’s having a harder time filling IT and cybersecurity jobs at its headquarters, said CEO Phil Green.