Officers & Directors

Executive Officers

C. Keith Cargill
C. Keith Cargill
President and CEO, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
President and CEO, Texas Capital Bank
C. Keith Cargill Keith Cargill has served as an Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer of our Bank since its inception in December 1998. Mr. Cargill has more than 20 years of banking experience. He began his banking career at Texas American Bank in 1977, where he was the manager of the national corporate lending division of the flagship bank in Fort Worth. In 1985, Mr. Cargill became President and Chief Executive Officer of Texas American Bank/Riverside, Ft. Worth. In 1989, Mr. Cargill joined NorthPark National Bank as an Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer. When NorthPark was acquired by Comerica Bank in 1993, Mr. Cargill joined Comerica as Senior Vice President and middle market banking manager.
Peter B. Bartholow
Peter B. Bartholow
CFO & COO, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
COO, Texas Capital Bank
Peter B. Bartholow Peter B. Bartholow has served as the Chief Financial Officer since October 6, 2003. Mr. Bartholow had served as a Managing Partner with Hat Creek Partners, a Dallas, Texas private equity firm from January 1999 to October 2003. Prior to joining Hat Creek Partners, he was Vice President of Corporate Finance of EDS and also served on A.T. Kearney’s board of directors during that time.
John D. Hudgens
John D. Hudgens
CRO, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
CRO, Texas Capital Bank
John D. Hudgens John Hudgens serves as Chief Risk Officer of Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. together with its subsidiaries and affiliated interests – primarily Texas Capital Bank, N.A. Hudgens is responsible for construction and supervision of a system of corporate governance appropriate to the Company’s size and complexity and in conformance with regulatory expectations. Hudgens serves as chair of the Risk Management Committee, the Company’s Tier I risk committee overseeing the integration of risk management in the organization through the enterprise risk management process. The CRO brings a particularly risk- focused viewpoint to strategic planning and other activities of Management and is responsible for identifying developing risks, concentrations, and other situations that require remediation and/or study through stress testing and other techniques.

Hudgens is charged with oversight of two primary risk management functions – Credit Delivery and Risk Administration. Credit Delivery, under the direct oversight of the Chief Credit Officer, includes credit underwriting, loan approval, credit monitoring, problem loan administration and other ancillary functions. Risk Administration is further divided into four reporting segments each directed by a senior manager. Credit Administration includes policy development and implementation, ALLL functions, concentration management and reporting of credit metrics. Stress Testing and Capital Analytics includes DFAST submissions together with capital and liquidity stress testing for strategic planning and budgeting. Risk Administration includes ERM functions and operational risk management, compliance management, model risk management, in-house legal, deposit/treasury/counterparty risk, plus risk appetite development and risk tolerance definition and monitoring. Corporate Security manages physical security and fraud investigations.

Hudgens joined the Bank in 1999 as Chief Credit Officer after having started his banking career 20 years earlier in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. His experience includes management roles in credit administration, corporate and correspondent banking, commercial credit underwriting, and problem loan administration.

Hudgens holds a master’s of business administration in finance and accounting from the University of Texas at Austin, where he also earned his bachelor’s degree in the business school’s honors program. He also graduated from the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University.
Julie L. Anderson
Julie L. Anderson
Controller, Chief Accounting Officer, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
CFO, Texas Capital Bank
Julie L. Anderson Julie Anderson serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Texas Capital Bank, and the Controller and Chief Accounting Officer for its parent company, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. She joined the Company in February 1999 shortly after its formation. Her responsibilities include managing all accounting and external financial reporting functions for the company, as well as financial planning and funds management for the Bank. Texas Capital Bancshares was a start-up in 1998, launched its IPO in 2003, and has currently grown to over $10 billion in assets.

During her tenure at Texas Capital, Anderson has led and managed a wide range of initiatives and policies critical to the Company’s success. She has been heavily involved in multiple offerings of the Company’s common stock, as well as a debt issuance and a preferred stock offering, that were necessary to support the rapid growth experienced since 1999. In addition, she was responsible for all aspects of implementation and maintaining compliance with requirements of Sarbanes Oxley, the SEC and numerous banking regulations. Anderson is responsible for managing the relationship with Texas Capital’s external auditors, and in that connection she has dealt with numerous and significant accounting changes and regulatory requirements affecting public companies, banks and Texas Capital.

Anderson began her career in assurance services as a CPA with Ernst & Young, LLP. Anderson left E&Y as an audit manager in October 1996 to assume direct responsibilities in financial planning for a publicly traded company in the financial services industry.

Anderson holds Bachelors of Science and Masters of Science degrees in accounting from the University of North Texas. Anderson is a CPA.
Vince A. Ackerson
Vince A. Ackerson
Texas President & CLO, Texas Capital Bank
Vince A. Ackerson As a founding member of Texas Capital Bank, Vince Ackerson has been integral to the Bank’s growth and success. Since 1998, he has steadily increased his level of responsibility because of his smart, focused and knowledgeable approach to serving customers’ banking needs. In November 2008, he was named president of the Dallas region.

In his current position, Ackerson is responsible for all lending areas in Dallas, including Corporate Banking, Business Banking, Private Client, Real Estate and Energy lending divisions. Previously, he was executive vice president and chief lending officer for the Dallas region.

Ackerson joined the Bank from Resource Bank Dallas, where he was an organizer, shareholder and director. Before that, he was president of Mack Financial Group, Inc., managing the company’s operations. While there, he successfully negotiated the purchase of the commercial finance division of a Fortune 500 company, provided financial consulting to a Fortune 100 company and headed the merger and acquisition work for a large NASDAQ-listed company.

He was part of the Comerica Bank-Texas organization following its purchase of NorthPark National Bank. At Comerica, he was senior vice president and manager of commercial banking. He was senior vice president at NorthPark National as well and managed the commercial lending division.

When Bank of Texas and Kazakhstan, Almaty forged a successful banking venture in the former Soviet Union, Ackerson served as founder, shareholder and director for this effort. He started his career at First National Bank of Dallas.

Ackerson serves on the Suncreek United Methodist Finance Committee as well as the Boards of Directors for the SMU Athletic Forum and DOWNTOWNDALLAS.

Ackerson earned his master’s of business administration and bachelor’s degrees from Louisiana State University.

Board of Directors

C. Keith Cargill
President & CEO
Keith Cargill has served as an Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer of our Bank since its inception in December 1998. Mr. Cargill has more than 20 years of banking experience. He began his banking career at Texas American Bank in 1977, where he was the manager of the national corporate lending division of the flagship bank in Fort Worth. In 1985, Mr. Cargill became President and Chief Executive Officer of Texas American Bank/Riverside, Ft. Worth. In 1989, Mr. Cargill joined NorthPark National Bank as an Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer. When NorthPark was acquired by Comerica Bank in 1993, Mr. Cargill joined Comerica as Senior Vice President and middle market banking manager.
Peter B. Bartholow
CFO & COO
Peter B. Bartholow has served as the Chief Financial Officer since October 6, 2003. Mr. Bartholow had served as a Managing Partner with Hat Creek Partners, a Dallas, Texas private equity firm from January 1999 to October 2003. Prior to joining Hat Creek Partners, he was Vice President of Corporate Finance of EDS and also served on A.T. Kearney’s board of directors during that time.
Larry L. Helm
Chairman
Larry L. Helm has been a director since January 2006. He currently serves as Executive Vice President-Corporate Affairs of Houston-based Halcon Resources Corporation, a company engaged in the exploration, acquisition, development and production of oil and natural gas properties located in North America. Prior to joining Halcon, Mr. Helm was Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer of Petrohawk Energy Corporation from June 2004 until its sale to BHP Billiton in July 2011. He served as Vice President –Transition with BHP Billiton prior to joining Halcon January 1, 2012. Prior to joining Petrohawk Mr. Helm spent 14 years with Bank One Corporation, most notably as Chairman and CEO of Bank One Dallas and head of U.S Middle Market Banking until December 2003.
James H. Browning
Director
James Browning was elected as a director in October of 2009. He recently retired as a partner at KPMG in Houston where he served companies in energy, construction, manufacturing, distribution and commercial industries. He began his career at KPMG in 1971, becoming a partner in 1980. He most recently served as KPMG’s Southwest Area Professional Practice Partner. He has also served as an SEC Reviewing Partner and as Partner-in-Charge of the New Orleans audit practice.
Preston M. "Pete" Geren III
Director
Geren served as an executive in the Department of Defense from 2001 to 2009 ending his career there as Secretary of the Army under Presidents Bush and Obama. He also served as a member of Congress in the 12th Congressional District of Texas for four terms succeeding former Speaker of the House Jim Wright. Geren also serves as a director of Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (NYSE). Before serving in the United States House of Representatives or with the US Department of Defense, Geren had previously served as a director of both privately and publicly held banking organizations and on the board of directors of Union Pacific Resources (NYSE).
Charles S. Hyle
Director
Charles S. Hyle has a distinguished banking career with more than 40 years of experience in global credit and risk management. He was a risk executive with Barclays and afterwards the Corporate Chief Risk Officer and member of the Management Committee of Key Bank, a $91 billion commercial and investment bank headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Hyle also served on its internal board.

Mr. Hyle holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, and completed the Advanced Management Program from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.
Elysia Holt Ragusa
Director
Elysia Holt Ragusa was elected as a director in January of 2010. Ms. Ragusa is an International Director of Jones Lang LaSalle and currently provides team leadership and has P&L responsibility for the Central Texas market while also serving clients in Austin, San Antonio and Dallas/Fort Worth. From 2001 until 2007, she served as President and Chief Operating Officer for The Staubach Company, chaired Staubach’s Executive and Operating Committees, and was a member of its Board of Directors. Jones Lang Lasalle and The Staubach Company merged in 2008.

Under her leadership, The Staubach Company was established as one of the most prominent real estate service providers in the U.S. She brings over 25 years experience in commercial real estate, having successfully negotiated 350 million square feet of commercial real estate transactions valued at over $4 billion including work for national clients whose growth strategies were driven by merger and acquisition activity.
Steven P. Rosenberg
Director
Steven P. Rosenberg has served as a director since September 2001. He is President of SPR Ventures, Inc., a private investment company and President of SPR Packaging LLC, a manufacturer of flexible packaging for the food industry. He was a director of Texas Capital Bank from 1999 to September 2001.
Robert William Stallings
Director
Robert W. Stallings has served as a director since August 2001. He has also served as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of Stallings Capital Group, an investment company, since March 2001. From 1991 to 2001, Mr. Stallings served as Chief Executive Officer of Pilgrim Capital Group, an investment company. He is currently Executive Chairman of the Board of Gainsco, Inc.
Dale W. Tremblay
Director
Dale Tremblay was elected as a director in April of 2011. Dale Tremblay is the President and CEO of C.H. Guenther and Son, Inc. (dba Pioneer Flour Mills), one of the oldest, still privately held corporations in the U.S. C.H. Guenther and Son, Inc. celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2001, a business milestone. He joined Guenther in May of 1998 as Executive Vice President and COO, and became President/CEO in April of 2001. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the company. He also serves on the Michigan State University School of Finance Advisory Board, and the Advisory Committee for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and the Board of Directors for Texas Capital Bank.
Ian J. Turpin
Director
Ian J. Turpin has been a director since May 2001. Since 1992, he has served as President and director of The LBJ Holding Company and various companies affiliated with the family of the late President of the U.S., Lyndon B. Johnson, which are involved in radio, real estate, private equity investments and managing diversified investment portfolios.
Patricia A. Watson
Director
Patrica A. Watson was elected to the board on February 22, 2016. Ms. Watson currently serves as the Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of TSYS, a global payment solutions provider for financial and non-financial institutions. Prior to joining TSYS in September 2015, she served as Global CIO for The Brinks Company. Prior to Brinks she worked with Bank of America for more than 14 years in technology positions of increasing responsibility. She also spent 10 years in the United States Air Force as executive staff officer, flight commander and director of operations.

Contact Information

Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.,
2000 McKinney Avenue
Suite 700
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 932-6600

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Heather Worley
(214) 932-6646
heather.worley@
texascapitalbank.com

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