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NexBank, a regional bank based in Texas announced Mary Pirello as the president of Texas Mortgage Bankers Association. Ms. Pirrello started her one-year term on 3rd May 2016. She has more than twenty years of experience, having served in various leadership positions in her career. At NexBank, she focuses mainly on managing relationships and business development for the warehouse lending division. She has been a committee and a board member of TBMA since 2007. Ms. Pirrello was named a Future Leader where she received the J. Wooten Scholarship award in 2010. She graduated from the school of mortgage banking.

Since its inception, TMBA has served several interests of its members in an attempt to enhance, advance and preserve the real estate finance business and mortgage banking in Texas.

About NexBank

NexBank Capital is a company that offers financial services to its clients through three major businesses. They include the Mortgage Banking, Commercial Banking and the Institutional Services. It provides customized banking and financial services mostly to the institutional clients, corporations, individuals and financial institutions nationwide.

Mission

NexBank strives to give an exceptional value at every opportunity through its industry commitment and leadership to the clients. It provides the clients with unique access to custom-tailored and sophisticated solutions, delivered by qualified professionals with a proven record of success.

Services

The corporation serves the banking industry with a charter that dates back to 1922. It provides critical banking services in three platforms namely; mortgage, investment and commercial banking. This provides solutions that meet the client’s specialized and complex needs.

As part of a long-term funding strategy, the company acquired the College Savings Bank on 30th November 2015. This acquisition expanded the Bank’s balance sheet through other additional source of deposits. It also partners with other teams to determine the industries and the loan types that fit the credit risk and the purchasing criteria.

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