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14 Red Flags for Elder Financial Abuse

14 Red Flags for Elder Financial Abuse

Texas Security Bank Name Casey Herr Garland Market President

Texas Security Bank Names Casey Herr the Garland Market President.

2016 Annual Report

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2015 Annual Report

Award-winning strength and growth: these are the words that summarize the successful year Texas Security Bank had in 2015.

Texas Security Bank Rated Healthiest in North Texas, #5 in U.S.

Dallas-based Texas Security Bank ranked #1 in North Texas and #5 in the nation out of the 6,998 federally insured banks. With its inclusion on this year’s list, Texas Security is one of only 49 banks to make the list two years consecutively.

Dallas Business Journal: 13 DFW banks and credit unions among healthiest in America

Bank comparison site DepositAccounts release its 2015 list of the Top 200 Healthiest Banks/Credit Unions in America, and 13 North Texas locations made the rankings. Texas Security Bank in Dallas came in at No. 5 on the Healthiest Banks list, the highest from North Texas.

Texas Security Bank expands into Garland, Texas with new location

Texas Security Bank today announced the opening of the bank’s second location on July 5, 2011. This 3,500 square foot branch includes a drive-through and night-drop facilities, and is located at 101 North Garland Avenue in Garland, Texas

Dallas Business Journal: 4 Months into 2008, D-FW Gets Second Bank Startup

A startup bank near the banks of the Trinity River in Dallas has finished money-raising efforts and opened for business on May 5. It is focusing on business customers on both sides of the Trinity River in Dallas. The bank aims to target independent business owners operating in the design district, nearby industrial areas and Oak Cliff.

SNLfinancial: Dallas de novo looks to tap into underserved metroplex area

Dallas-based de novo Texas Trinity Bank has its sights set on a primarily commercial and industrial business area west of the city’s central business district, which the organizers view as underserved by competitor branches.

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