PRESIDENT AND CEO, TEXAS CAPITAL BANCSHARES, INC.
& TEXAS CAPITAL BANK
Keith Cargill is founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Texas Capital Bank and its parent company, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ®:TCBI). He also serves as a member of the company’s board of directors.
With deep roots in the banking industry and an unmatched passion for exceptional service, Cargill has helped build one of the finest business and private wealth banks in the United States. Under Cargill’s leadership, Texas Capital Bank focuses on partnering with top talent, fueling economic growth and supporting communities - a unique style of doing business coined Texas Capitalism® that expands beyond the walls of the bank.
Before forming Texas Capital Bank, Cargill served as founder and President of Cargill Lakes, Inc., a privately owned venture capital investment company, and co-founder and Executive Operating Officer of Mack Financial Group, Inc., where he was instrumental in the acquisition and operation of a commercial finance division of a Fortune 500 company.
Cargill also brings more than 30 years of diverse banking, finance, operating and accounting expertise to his responsibilities as President and Chief Executive Officer. His banking career includes Comerica Bank – Texas where he was Senior Vice President and Middle-Market Banking Manager; NorthPark National Bank, Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer; and Texas American Bank — Riverside in Fort Worth, where he was President and Chief Executive Officer. He began his career at Arthur Andersen & Co.
Giving back to our communities is a core part of Texas Capital Bank’s purpose to power prosperity in business and in life. It is personally important to Cargill as well. As an active member of the community, he serves on the advisory boards of the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University, the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth, HopeXchange, and on the development board of the University of Texas at Arlington. He also is a member of several organizations, including the Dallas Citizen's Council and the University of Texas System Chancellor’s Council.