Banking for the Next Generation

In a recent press release, NexBank proudly announced that Mary Pirrello has been elected the new President as of May 2016. With over 20 years experience, Pirrello will focus her attention on business development and maintain relationships with the national warehouse lending division.

Since 2007, Ms. Pirrello has been an active board member of the TMBA. She also continues to be involved with the MBA (National Mortgage Banker’s Association). Coined as a future leader, Ms. Pirello received the Wooten Scholarship award from TMBA in 2010.

NexBank is a financial service company that offers clients distinct banking services including mortgage banking, investment banking and commercial banking. NexBank is a leader in customer service worldwide, providing client custom-tailored solutions for their individual needs.

Personalized Approach

NexBank takes a client-focused approach with their clients. With over 100 years experience, they are a trusted partner to both individuals and corporations. NexBank bankers combine their wealth of knowledge and financial expertise to create the ultimate banking experience.

NexBank offers clients wealth management services specifically tailored to your banking needs. Providing customers the most suitable products to increase, protect and successfully manage your funds is what Nexbank does best. By using traditional and non-traditional investment strategies to better equip you with comprehensive financial services.

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http://finance.yahoo.com/news/nexbanks-mary-pirrello-appointed-president-144000396.html

http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapId=23678115

Mary Pirrello Appointed As The New President of Texas Mortgage Bankers Association

NexBank, a regional bank headquartered in Dallas, Texas, recently announced that Mary Pirrello, Senior Vice President of National Warehouse Lending at NexBank, was appointed President of the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association (TMBA). She will serve as President for the 2016 to 2017 term. Pirrello previously served as the Senior Vice President of National Warehouse Lending for the banking institution. With over 20 years of financial experience, she has served in a variety of management roles throughout her career. During her tenure with NexBank, Ms. Pirrello focused on business development and managing relationships for the bank’s lending division.

NexBank’s Mary Pirrello Appointed President of the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association

NexBank prides itself on serving its clients through three core businesses: Commercial Banking, Investment Banking and Mortgage Banking. They provide customized banking and financial services to: corporations, institutional clients, and individuals in Texas and nationwide. Nexbank has a firm commitment to their clients, and strive to deliver uncommon value and custom solutions to each, individual client. Instead of giving generic advice, the professionals at NexBank take the time to look at each, individual situation to come up with the best solution. This personalized approach makes NexBank one of the leading financial institutions in Texas, and is one of the many reasons why they have seen unprecedented success and growth in recent years.

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The Dallas Museum of Art Gets New International Director

It took nine months of intensive research, but the Dallas Museum of Art has finally selected its new director. Agustín Arteaga is currently the director of art in his hometown of Mexico City, Mexico. He will officially take over his new position on September 1, 2016. When museum could not locate a qualified candidate within the country’s borders, they turned to an international search to save the day.

This is the first job for Arteaga in the USA. He decided to make the move due to the fact that he feels it’s both an honor and a challenge. He will be replacing the previous director Maxwell Anderson. Anderson was not good with internal and external relationships, something that the museum feels that Arteaga will excel at. Anderson’s tenure came to an abrupt end in September of 2015 after over three and a half years with the museum. It was a mutual agreement to end his contract sooner rather than later.

The museum has free admission, something that Anderson felt strongly about. It allows them to reach the diverse crowd that lives and visits the area. It also allows them to incorporate history into those who could not normally afford to take their family to such a place. Because Arteaga has a doctoral degree in art history, the museum is expecting big things. He has more to offer than Anderson, and due to his international culture, he has a different vision. The museum can grow bigger and better under his direction.

At the current time, Arteaga is a bit overwhelmed with the new chapter in his life. However, he did say that when it comes to one major goal he wishes to accomplish, he hopes to boost the number of visitors and to bring the museum to a more diversified crowd. He believes this is the viable path to the businesses success. Before serving as a director in Mexico City, he was the director for Museo de Arte de Ponce. No matter where he has worked, he has always had impressive statistics. It will be exciting to see where the journey takes the museum with him at the helm.