Donates Money to Families of Wounded and Fallen Police Officers

NexBank Capital, Inc. is a leading community bank based in Dallas, Texas that offers its financial financial services through commercial banking, investment banking and mortgage banking. Over the years, the bank has earned a reputation thanks to its customized services to financial institutions, corporations, middle-market firms, real estate investors and institutional clients across the world.

About Nexbank

In August 2016, John Holt, the President Chief Executive Officer of Nexbank, announced the Bank’s successful completion of common equity capital amounting to 24 million dollars. According to John, the additional funds would assist in the enhancement of the growth of the company as as well as development opportunities. As of March 31, 2017, NexBank had an asset value of 5.3 billion dollars.

In 2015, a College Savings Bank based in Princeton, New Jersey was acquired by Nexbank. The College Savings Bank mainly specializes in 529 saving plans and programs for colleges. In addition, the New Jersey Bank kept its branding and name but it’s current operations are maintained under Nexbank’s division.

NexBank Donations

Downtown Dallas was faced with a sniper attack which resulted in police officers being wounded and killed. As a result, a majority of employees in Texas Banks via the Texas Bankers Association involved themselves in the donations towards families of Wounded and Fallen Police Officers in Dallas. NexBank was among the various Banks and Financial Institutions in Texas that made donations towards the Assist the Officer Foundation, an organization that provides financial assistance to families of police officers in the event of an injury death.

NexBank’s Chief Executive Officer and President, John Holt, applauded the joint forces of companies and citizens to help and support the victims and families of the fallen officers. According to John Holt, the donations would not eliminate the caused damage but it would help lessen the victim’s pain and give assurance that the state is willing to provide support.