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Julia Harman

Executive President, Head of Corporate Banking
Texas Capital Bank

Julia Harman serves as Executive Vice President and Head of Corporate Banking at Texas Capital Bank. She is responsible for directing the client coverage teams that serve the larger private and public companies within the bank’s footprint, as well as certain national industry verticals.

Harman served as Regional President for the North Texas region at Truist Financial Corporation upon closing of the merger of equals between BB&T Corporation and SunTrust Banks, Inc., from December 2019 through April 2021. She previously held various roles with SunTrust Bank and SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, including as Market President of the North Texas region, where she was responsible for the firm’s commercial banking expansion efforts in North Texas. She also served as a Managing Director within SunTrust Robinson Humphrey’s corporate banking team and was responsible for new business development with mid- and large-cap companies located in Texas and throughout the Southwest.

Prior to joining SunTrust, Harman was in charge of developing Fifth Third Bank’s corporate banking presence in the Southwest. She also served as Senior Vice President at Wells Fargo Bank, and served in various roles within the organization beginning with its predecessor, Wachovia Bank. She began her career at JPMorgan in the corporate and investment bank in New York and Dallas.

Harman serves on the Boards of the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas Foundation, Goodwill Industries of Dallas, Dallas Regional Chamber, and Art House Dallas. She is actively involved in several other local organizations and is a frequent volunteer within the Dallas Independent School District. She has been recognized several times for her civic and professional leadership by The Dallas Business Journal.

Harman earned a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University. She is also a graduate of the Dallas Regional Chamber’s Leadership Dallas Class of 2018.