A Successful And Growing Financial Institution based in Dallas

The Dallas based financial institution, NexBank, recently announced that Mary Pirrello has been appointed as the new President for the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association for the 2016 to 2017 term. Pirrello previously served as NexBank’s Senior Vice President of National Warehouse Lending. During her over 20 year career in the financial services industry, Pirrello has worked in a variety of institutions in leadership roles. While working for NexBank, Pirrello focused on improving relationships and business development for the warehouse lending division.

NexBank is a leading financial institution that has seen tremendous growth in recent years. They provide a wide variety of banking and financial services including: commercial, mortgage, and investment banking. In addition, they provide corporate advisory services to: small business and large corporations, real estate investors, middle-market companies, and banks. What separates NexBank from the competition is their commitment to serve their client’s individual needs. They see every opportunity to deliver high-quality service and exceptional value that will set them apart from other financial institutions.

Their exceptional commitment to their clients is one of the many reasons why NexBank has seen tremendous success in recent years. In 2015, NexBank reported very strong financial results and reached record levels for: assets, deposits, loans, and earnings. For 2016, the financial institution wants to continue developing their business throughout the United States, and expand and strengthen services to continue their successful growth.

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Mary Pirrello Takes On Industry Leadership Role

Mary Pirrello of Dallas-based NexBank has taken on a new challenge, as the President of the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association (TMBA). Her one-year term started in May. Pirrello, a Senior Vice President of NexBank, brings more than twenty years of mortgage lending experience to the state institution.

Ms. Pirrello’s specialty within the NexBank group is warehouse lending, and capital-driven business development. Her prior experience with the TMBA includes stints as an active board and committee member, since 2007, and working within their industry political action committee. She has received awards from the TMBA in the past, most recently in 2010 when she received the James Wooten Scholarship award.

NexBank’s Mary Pirrello Appointed President of the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association
NexBank provides financial services across the United States, focusing on a trio of areas of expertise: commercial banking, mortgage banking and home loans, and investment banking. NexBank handles clients of all sizes, from individual checking accounts to institutional clients, corporations and other financial institutions.

NexBank is committed to the financial wellbeing and success of their clients, no matter their size or their investment portfolio. The company provides industry leading transparency to account holders and is willing to go the extra distance when it comes to custom tailoring solutions to a specific financial services needs.

NexBank’s original charter dates back to 1922, and they’ve had a proven track record of success in helping other financial institutions and businesses reach their goals. NexBank is a proven innovator in data-driven financial management for commercial and institutional investors.

NexBank is highly rated as a bank catering to entrepreneurs and small businesses, and is branching out into the residential mortgage business, seeing an unmet need in the state of Texas. NexBank’s money market rates are nearly twice the national average, and the bank has an A+ health rating. The bank has ninety-one employees and three locations in the Dallas metro areas.

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Annual DFW Restaurant Week hits August 15-21 for Good Eats

If you live in the Dallas-Ft.Worth area, it would be wise to start your diet now because DWF Restaurant Week is right around the corner. From August 15-21, the 19th Annual Restaurant Week offers discounts to 125 different restaurants in the area as a North Texas Charity Event.

How this event works is that the selected eateries prepare a three-course prix fixe menu for a set price of either $35 or $45 for dinner and many of the venues will also include two courses for lunch. Then 20 percent of the cost of the meal is donated to benefit families and children with the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope, which is an organization that provides counseling and education for children under 18.

A new event starting this year is a two-day, kick-off with the DFW Restaurant Week Food and Wine Festival. There is only one location, which is in Downtown Dallas at the Main Street Gardens from 5-10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. During these two days, top restaurants will display their culinary expertise, which includes domestic and international wines and new creative cocktails in the menu to set your dinner off the chart.

Here are a few tips so that you enjoy Restaurant Week to the fullest.

1. Make a reservation to ensure your table. These 125 restaurants will also be serving other customers, so remember to ask for the Restaurant Week pre fixe meal.
2. Be sure of the dates. Many of the restaurants will begin a few days earlier and then remain with the specials until September 4. The list of restaurants will identify the pre and post dates.
3. Get a little extra by shopping Central Market stores and receiving a voucher for a fourth course!

DFW is going to be another fabulous week of delicious wining and dining and it’s all for a great cause. Get hungry, and come out several times to your favorite eateries while the cost is reasonable.