PlainsCapital Bank Promotes Brent Raindl to Dallas Market President
PlainsCapital Bank has named Brent Raindl president of the Dallas market. In his new role, Raindl will report to Dallas Region Chairman George McCleskey and work with him in support of strategic initiatives for the Dallas market.
“Brent’s experience and leadership skills have contributed greatly to the Bank’s success here in the Dallas area,” said McCleskey. “He is highly regarded within the local business community and has an established reputation for developing lasting client relationships. I’m confident he will help us build on our successful presence in the Dallas market.”
Raindl joined PlainsCapital Bank (then PNB Financial) in 1998. He has served as President of PlainsCapital Bank Preston Center since 2007 and will continue to oversee that location.
Raindl is a board of directors member for NAIOP (the Commercial Real Estate Development Association) and Junior Achievement Dallas. He graduated magna cum laude with a degree in finance from Texas Tech University and earned his master’s degree in management from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Raindl will continue to office at PlainsCapital Bank’s Preston Center location.
About PlainsCapital Bank
Dallas-based PlainsCapital Bank, the sixth largest Texas-headquartered bank by deposit market share, operates more than 67 Texas branches and has more than 1,200 employees providing highly personalized relationship banking through a single point of contact. Offering commercial lending, treasury management, small business banking, private banking, and trust and wealth management services, PlainsCapital Bank empowers responsive, local decision making in each of its major markets: Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston, Laredo, Lubbock, the Rio Grande Valley and San Antonio. PlainsCapital Bank is part of the PlainsCapital Corporation family of companies. PlainsCapital Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hilltop Holdings (NYSE:HTH). Find more information at PlainsCapital.com.
Source: June 2015 SNL Financial