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20 Milestones for 20 Years

In December of 1998, our seven founders created a bank committed to powering prosperity for our clients, communities and team members. Since that time, we've grown into a public company with over 1,500 employees and $27 billion in assets. Join us as we reflect on some of the most significant milestones of our first 20 years and celebrate the relationships we've built along the way.

1998

Our story begins December 18, 1998, when Texas Capital Bank was formed.

1999

By January 1999, the founders raised approximately $80 million of equity capital to launch the largest new financial institution in the U.S. at that time. Jody Grant was selected to serve as the first Chief Executive Officer.

1999: Texas Capital Bank opened its first corporate office in Uptown Dallas and later in the year opened a permanent location in Fort Worth.

2000: Texas Capital Bank opened its first corporate office in Austin.

2000

The bank began operations in the San Antonio market by opening its first office and banking center.

2003: The company completed a successful IPO and became publicly traded on the NASDAQ®. Since then, Texas Capital Bank has become one of the fastest growing and most successful financial institutions in the country.

2003: The bank opened a corporate office in Houston, serving the needs of the region’s booming energy industry and other middle market businesses.

Photo by Thomas McConnell for Klyde Warren Park

2004: In light of our efforts to grow the community, Texas Capital Bank and founder Jody Grant each donated $1 million to the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation. Eight years later Klyde Warren Park celebrated its grand opening.

2005

A corporate office was opened in downtown Fort Worth near Sundance Square.

2007: The Texas Capital Community Development Corporation (TCCDC) was started, focusing on projects that create economic opportunity in under served communities.

2009: The bank moved its headquarters to a new location in Uptown Dallas, and opened its operations and technology center in Richardson, Texas.

2011: As part of a continued effort to look out for the best interests of middle market businesses, the bank created a Washington, D.C.-based political action committee to represent middle market businesses.

2013

Keith Cargill was selected as Chief Executive Officer for Texas Capital Bank, a position he still holds today.

2013: Texas Capital Bank celebrated its 10-year anniversary of being publicly traded by ringing the NASDAQ® bell on August 13.

2014: Texas Capital Bank was recognized as one of the top 100 places to work in DFW by The Dallas Morning News – an honor we've received every year since. In following years, the San Antonio Express-News and the Houston Chronicle also recognized Texas Capital Bank as a top workplace.

2015: Texas Capital Bank is ranked in Forbes magazine's Best Banks in America list for the first time.

2016: Texas Capital Bank launched a Commercial Banking Development Program to cultivate the next generation of bankers.

2017

Texas Capital Bank unveiled its Mobile Banking Center to be used primarily for improving financial literacy and assisting in disaster recovery. The custom-made vehicle illustrates the bank's belief in social responsibility.

2018

Texas Capital Bank opened a community-focused branch location in January 2018 near Trinity Groves. The first bank to open in its ZIP code, the location seeks to spur growth and serve the West Dallas community through financial literacy and other initiatives.

2018

Texas Capital Bank reached over 1,500 full-time employees and $27 billion in assets just in time to celebrate our 20th anniversary. In honor of this milestone, Texas Capital Bank rallied employees across our Texas locations to participate in a statewide community service effort to serve meals to the hungry in our communities. As part of this effort, the bank donated 20,000 meals to Meals on Wheels. Caring is one of our core values and this event exemplified our purpose of powering prosperity in business and in life.

Thank You

We could not have reached this significant milestone without our clients – who represent some of the brightest business leaders in Texas and across the country. Thank you for being a critical part of our history.

We rely on Texas Capital Bank for the industry expertise and their dedicated team. They are there for you when you need them. I’m not only their client; I’m their biggest fan.

‐ Lucy Billingsley

Co-Founder and Partner of Billingsley Company

I wouldn't bank with anyone else. My Texas Capital Bank team knows me and is always there when I need them.

‐ Pyarali Umatiya

President, Star Precision Fabricating
1998
The company reached 8.93 million in assets.