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TCB Wealth Strategist receives prestigious appointment.

Published on Jun 23, 2016

Texas Capital Bank announced today that Ben Carter, who is a Wealth Strategist in the bank’s Private Wealth Advisors Group, was recently appointed as Chair of the American Bar Association’s Estate and Gift Taxes Committee for the Section of Taxation. He will serve a two year term beginning July 1, 2016.

In this role, he will shape the future of wealth transfer regulation by coordinating and providing expert commentary to the U.S. Congress and Treasury Department on estate and gift tax matters. In addition, he will help to facilitate the ongoing development of his peers by selecting topics and speakers for American Bar Association Tax Section conferences.

“Ben is the most talented attorney I have ever worked alongside and the Tax Section could not have chosen a more qualified chairman for the Estate and Gift Taxes Committee,” said Alan Miller, President of Texas Capital Bank’s Private Wealth Advisors. “His ability to communicate and navigate even the most complex situations will serve the organization well.”

Mr. Carter is a graduate of Washington University School of Law. He is a Fellow in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, and is Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Prior to joining Texas Capital Bank in 2014, Mr. Carter spent more than 14 years as an attorney in private practice, representing high-net-worth families and business owners on estate and business planning matters.

In his current role, he lends his expertise and guidance in the formulation of wealth strategies for Texas Capital Bank private clients.