Business Wire 17-Apr-2019 10:00 AM
Texas native and mortgage banker, Russell Anderson, has joined Veritex Community Bank as Senior Vice President, Mortgage Company President. Anderson brings over 25 years of banking and mortgage experience to Veritex where he will cultivate and expand Veritex's emerging Mortgage Company.
Russ Anderson graduated from Southern Methodist University with a BA in Finance and was a four-year letterman on the football team. Anderson has been in the mortgage business since 1993. His experience includes managing multiple branches and funding thousands of loans over that 25-year period.
"Our merger with Green Bank expands our market beyond the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, and we are now positioned to bring new opportunities in Houston," said Malcolm Holland, Veritex Bank's President and CEO. "Russ has been in the banking world for a long time. He will be a huge asset to the Veritex Bank family and to the communities we serve."
"I have had the pleasure of doing business with the bank and the mortgage group over the past 10 years and love the culture," said Russ Anderson. "Having the bank behind us gives the Mortgage Division an opportunity to do a lot of things our competition cannot do. The Houston market is a huge opportunity for us and I look forward to growing the Mortgage Division to keep up with the bank."
About Veritex Bank
Veritex Community Bank is a mid-sized community bank serving its customers with a full suite of banking products and services. Veritex bank has total assets of approximately $8 billion. Veritex bank specializes in providing depository and credit services to retail and small- to mid-size businesses. The name "Veritex" is derived from the Latin word "veritas," meaning truth, and "Texas." Veritex bank was founded in 2010 and now has 44 locations located in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Honey Grove and Houston and one located in Louisville, KY.
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