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HISTORY
PlainsCapital Corporation acquires Plains National Bank in Lubbock with $198.8 million in assets.
The Bank grows to $878 million in assets and expands outside West Texas by opening its first Dallas branch.
The Bank enters the Austin market and reaches $1 billion in assets.
The Bank undergoes a name change to become PlainsCapital Bank.  The Bank enters the Fort Worth market and reaches $2 billion in assets.
The Bank enters the San Antonio market.
The Bank enters the Weatherford market.
The Bank reaches $3 billion in assets.
The Bank enters the Arlington market.
The Bank reaches $4 billion in assets.
The Bank reaches $5 billion in assets.
The Bank reaches $6 billion in assets and joins the Hilltop Holdings family of companies.
The Bank enters the Corpus Christi, Houston, and Rio Grande Valley markets with an FDIC-assisted assumption of First National Bank of Edinburg.
The Bank enters the Aledo, Alice, Colleyville, Mansfield and Victoria markets.
The Bank’s parent company, Hilltop Holdings, enters into a merger agreement with SWS Group. SWS's banking subsidiary—Southwest Securities, FSB—becomes a part of PlainsCapital Bank, and the Bank expands its branch network in Arlington and Granbury.
The Bank reaches $9 billion in assets.
Hilltop Holdings acquires The Bank of River Oaks, adding its three locations to PlainsCapital’s Houston branch network.
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