​Due to weather conditions, beginning on September 14, 2021 and until further notice, our Houston Four Oaks banking center lobby will be temporarily closed. Please visit the drive thru or the Westway banking center at 4424 West Sam Houston Parkway N. Suite 170, Houston, TX 77041 for all in-person banking needs.

We have scheduled enhancements for our website platform on Tuesday, September 14th, starting at 5:30 PM CST to approximately 7:00 PM CST. During this time, our website may not be available and/or may have reduced functionality.

John Sarvadi

Executive Managing Director,
Middle Market Banking
Texas Capital Bank

John Sarvadi serves as executive managing director, overseeing Texas Capital Bank’s Middle Market Banking which includes Commercial, Regional and Business Banking. Sarvadi joined Texas Capital Bank in June 2013 as president of the bank’s Houston region and was promoted to executive managing director in 2016.

Before joining Texas Capital Bank, Sarvadi worked with JPMorgan Chase & Co. and its predecessor firms for 24 years. He led teams in the firm’s Commercial Banking and Corporate & Investment Bank lines of business. His responsibilities included serving as managing director of Corporate Client Banking, SVP/division manager of the Houston Middle Market Banking Group, group head of Chase Franchise and Beverage Finance, and managing director of J.P. Morgan’s Franchise Systems Finance.

Sarvadi’s background includes extensive experience with corporate/leveraged finance, capital markets, and client/sales management responsibilities, and he has worked with companies ranging from privately held, entrepreneurially run businesses to large and mid-sized public companies.

Sarvadi serves on various community and civic boards, including Covenant House Texas, Memorial Hermann Health System (Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital and Investment Committees), and the University of Texas Master of Finance Program at the McCombs School of Business.

Sarvadi earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and a master’s of business administration from the University of Texas at Austin.