Chief Credit Officer, Texas Capital Bank
Randy Rapp joined Texas Capital Bank in 2000 and currently serves as an Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer. In this role Rapp provides oversight of credit approval, credit underwriting, credit monitoring, the Commercial Banking Development Program, the Petroleum Engineering team, and field exams. In addition, Rapp chairs the Senior Loan Committee and Credit Policy Committee and is a member of the Credit Risk Committee, Managed Assets Committee, Balance Sheet Management Committee, Warehouse Oversight Committee, Correspondent Oversight Committee, and is on the Board of the Texas Capital Bank Community Development Corporation.
Rapp has worked in commercial banking for more than thirty years, primarily as a credit analyst, commercial relationship manager and credit officer. He graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with a BBA in Accounting in 1986 and Texas Christian University with an MBA in Finance in 1987. He is also a licensed Certified Public Accountant.
Rapp is active in his community serving as president of the Fort Worth Longhorn Club, chair of the Board of University Christian Church, president of the Tarrant County Bankers Association, and chair of the Community Initiative and Core Allocations Committee of the Metropolitan Tarrant County United Way. He and his wife were also the founding chairs of the McCombs Parents’ Council at the University of Texas in 2013.
Outside the bank, this Fort Worth native and now Dallas resident enjoys spending time with family, traveling, skiing and attending The University of Texas at Austin sporting events. Rapp is married to his high school sweetheart, Lydia, and they have two children together: Lauren, a certified physician’s assistant and Robert, an accountant with KPMG.