Executive Managing Director, Regional Banking,
Texas Capital Bank
Kerry Hall serves as executive managing director, overseeing Texas Capital Bank Regional Banking in Austin, Fort Worth and San Antonio. She is responsible for executing effective strategies within each of those markets, serving as the link between regional offices and the bank’s major lines of business.
Hall joined Texas Capital Bank in November 1999 as senior vice president of Commercial Banking. She was the second employee of the newly formed Austin Region and was promoted to president of the Austin Region in 2002. With the addition of Texas Capital Bank Private Wealth Advisors in 2015, Kerry assisted in building out a full service private bank that has broadened the suite of products available to the bank’s clients.
Before joining Texas Capital Bank, Hall began her career with MBank as an internal auditor and soon moved into the credit training program and then the commercial lending floor. In 1990, after Bank One acquired the assets of the bank, Hall was asked to build and manage a Business Banking Unit that placed commercial bankers in five strategic branch locations to handle the banking needs of businesses with revenue between $5 million and $50 million.
Active in civic organizations, she has served as the chair of the Austin Chapter of American Heart Association, co-chair of the Safeplace Celebration, and a classroom volunteer for Junior Achievement. In 2005, Gov. Rick Perry appointed her to Texas One, the Texas Economic Development Corporation Board where she served as a board member until 2011. She remains passionate about economic development, serving as past chair and current vice chair of Opportunity Austin- Austin’s Economic Development Corporation. Hall also served on the advisory board of Big Brothers Big Sisters and Caritas of Austin, where she recently concluded a six-year board term.
Hall graduated with High Honors from the University of Texas with a BBA in finance. She is married to Steve Hall and has two children: Hillary, who lives and works in Austin, and Hudson, a student-athlete at The University of Kansas.