Texas Capital Bank announced today that it ranked tenth on Bank Director magazine's 2014 Bank Performance Scorecard, in the category of banks with assets ranging from $5 billion to $50 billion.
Bank Director magazine's 2014 Bank Performance Scorecard is a comprehensive ranking of all banks and thrifts traded on the NYSE or NASDAQ® exchanges. As in past years, the ranking was based on performance across a combination of areas, including profitability, capital strength and credit quality.
In addition to Bank Director’s ranking, Texas Capital Bank was also recently named ninth in ABA Banking Journal's list of Top Performing Banks (April 2014), in the large bank category, meaning those public banks and thrifts with total assets of more than $10 billion; and Forbes 2014 list of America's Best Banks (December 2013) where it ranked seventeenth. Forbes used eight metrics regarding asset quality, capital adequacy and profitability of the 100 largest publicly traded banks and thrifts to determine results.
“It is gratifying for Texas Capital Bank to be recognized as an industry leading, high performance company. We understand that this recognition is due to the outstanding clients whom have helped us build a special, successful business as we in turn have assisted them in building theirs,” said CEO Keith Cargill.
The full Bank Director article can be viewed online at http://www.bankdirector.com/index.php/about-us/press-room/large-u-s-banks-reachsafety-and-profitability-milestone/