Colin Luba Elected to Texas Mortgage Bankers Association Board of Directors
DALLAS, TX (May 20, 2020) – The Texas Mortgage Bankers Association (TMBA) recently elected PlainsCapital Bank National Warehouse Lending Vice President and Credit Officer Colin Luba to its board of directors.
As a director, Luba will help the TMBA deliver on its mission to promote, enhance, and advance Texas’ mortgage banking and real estate finance industry through education, legislative initiatives, and peer interaction. The TMBA officially voted Luba onto its board of directors for a three-year term at the association’s annual membership meeting on April 21.
“It’s an honor to represent PlainsCapital Bank as a director with the TMBA,” said Luba. “Thank you to my family, the National Warehouse Lending team, and the Bank’s senior leadership for understanding the commitment involved and for providing me with the ways and means necessary to serve Texas’ real estate finance industry.”
Luba will also serve as chair of the TMBA’s Education and Endowment Committee, which oversees and implements member education initiatives, including developing instructional courses and workshops, as well as recommending topics for the association’s annual convention and symposium.
“Colin takes the mission and ideals of the TMBA seriously, and his commitment to lender and consumer education make him perfect for his new roles,” said PlainsCapital Bank National Warehouse Lending Executive Vice President Deric Barnett. “I look forward to seeing the good work that will come from the association with Colin on its board of directors.”
Luba joined the Bank’s warehouse lending division in 2013. He currently oversees credit analysis for its mortgage-lender client portfolio as well as counterparty risk management. Luba has been a member of the TMBA since 2015, serving on various committees and, most recently, chairing the Young Mortgage Bankers Committee in 2019.
“Colin’s experience in both production and credit analytics has served PlainsCapital Bank well, and this combination in the real estate finance field will be a definite value add for the TMBA and its members,” said PlainsCapital Commercial Real Estate Senior Credit Officer Brian Selbo.
Founded in 1917, the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association is the oldest and largest statewide mortgage bankers association in the county. Since its inception, the TMBA has promoted fair and ethical lending practices among real estate finance professionals through a wide range of programs. The association seeks to advance Texas mortgage banking and serve the mutual interests of its members who support Texas’ annual $100 billion mortgage market.