Officers & Directors

Executive Officers

Larry L. Helm
Larry L. Helm
Executive Chair and Chief Executive Officer
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. and Texas Capital Bank
Larry L. Helm Larry L. Helm serves as executive chair, chief executive officer and president of Texas Capital Bank and its parent company, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ®: TCBI). Helm has served as chairman of the board of directors for Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. since 2012, and has been a director since 2006 until his appointment as chairman.

Helm is currently a senior advisor at Accelerate Resources, a data-driven energy company engaged in the development and production of oil and gas assets. Before joining Accelerate Resources in 2016, he served as executive vice president of corporate affairs at Halcón Resources Corporation, now called Battalion Oil Corporation. Previously, Helm served as chief administrative officer of Petrohawk Energy Corporation from 2004 until its sale to BHP Billiton in 2011. He served as vice president – transition with BHP Billiton before joining Halcón Resources.

Helm worked in commercial banking from January 1973 to January 2004, and has substantial experience in middle market and energy lending. He has held several executive management positions, including CEO – Dallas Region and CEO – U.S. Middle Market Banking, both with Bank One Corporation. Earlier in his career, he served at InterFirst Bank, where he became head of the bank’s global energy segment, and First City Bank, where he was responsible for the energy, real estate, and workout segments.

Helm earned a bachelor of science in Business Administration from Trinity University and an MBA in Banking and Finance from the University of North Texas. In addition to serving on the board of directors for Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc., he currently serves as chairman of the board of Goodwill Industries of Dallas and has previously served on boards for the Dallas Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, among others.
Julie L. Anderson
Julie L. Anderson
Chief Financial Officer, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
Chief Financial Officer, Texas Capital Bank
Julie L. Anderson Julie Anderson serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. and Texas Capital Bank. 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 $22 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.
John G. Turpen
John G. Turpen
Chief Risk Officer, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
Chief Risk Officer, Texas Capital Bank
John G. Turpen John Turpen serves as Chief Risk Officer of Texas Capital Bank, N.A. and its parent company, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ®:TCBI). Turpen is responsible for overseeing all risk-taking activities of the bank through comprehensive supervisory activities that balances corporate governance appropriate to the bank’s size and complexity and in conformance with regulatory expectations. Turpen serves as chair of the Risk Management Committee, which oversees the execution of the risk management framework and the bank’s risk appetite statements. As Chief Risk Officer, Turpen oversees the bank’s most significant risks, including credit, asset category concentration, geographic concentration, funding, liquidity, technology, interest rate and operational risk.

Turpen is charged with the direct management of the following risk and compliance functions: credit risk; credit administration which includes policy development, implementation, Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses (ALLL) functions, concentration management, and reporting of credit metrics; Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulatory compliance; enterprise risk management functions, including operational risk management, compliance management, model risk management, in-house legal, deposit/treasury/counterparty risk, risk appetite development, and risk tolerance definition and monitoring; as well as corporate security.

Turpen joined Texas Capital Bank in 2018 as Chief Risk Officer following 20 years at industry-leading corporate banking institutions. His most recent experience includes Chief Risk Officer of Corporate and Commercial Banking at U.S. Bancorp and senior risk management roles at HSBC and Wells Fargo.

Turpen holds a Master of Business Administration in accounting from Drake University. He also graduated from Drake University with a Bachelor of Science with an emphasis in business administration.

C. Keith Cargill
C. Keith Cargill
Vice Chairman
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. & Texas Capital Bank
C. Keith Cargill Keith Cargill serves as vice chairman of Texas Capital Bank and its parent company, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ®: TCBI), a role he assumed in May 2020. As one of the original founders, Cargill has helped build Texas Capital Bank into one of the best business and private wealth banks in the United States.

Cargill previously served as president and chief executive officer of Texas Capital Bank and Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. since the start of 2014. Prior to that, he served as chief lending officer of Texas Capital Bank from its 1998 inception through the end of 2013. He also served as a member of the company’s board of directors from 2008 to 2020.

Before forming Texas Capital Bank, Cargill served as founder and president of Cargill Lakes, Inc., a privately-owned venture capital investment company, and co-founder and executive operating officer of Mack Financial Group, Inc., where he was instrumental in the acquisition and operation of the commercial finance division of a Fortune 500 company. Prior to that, his career included executive positions at Comerica Bank, Texas, NorthPark National Bank, and Texas American Bank. He began his career at Arthur Andersen & Co.

Cargill earned his bachelor of arts in business administration and accounting from Baylor University and his master of business administration in finance from the University of Texas at Arlington.

As an active member of the community, Cargill serves on the board of directors of the Dallas Regional Chamber; on the advisory boards of the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University, the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth, and the Crystal Charity Ball; and on the development board of the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a member of several organizations, including the Dallas Citizen's Council and The University of Texas System Chancellor’s Council.
Vince A. Ackerson
Vince A. Ackerson
Vice Chairman
Texas Capital Bank
Vince A. Ackerson Vince Ackerson serves as vice chairman of Texas Capital Bank, a role he assumed in July 2019. He is a key executive advisor on strategies to profitably grow the bank, especially in the areas of emerging and high-growth business opportunities. He also has oversight for the bank’s Mortgage Finance and Lender Finance businesses.

As a founding member of Texas Capital Bank, Ackerson has been integral to the bank's growth and success. Before it became Texas Capital Bank, he was an organizer, shareholder, and director of Resource Bank Dallas, which established Texas Capital Bank's charter. Since the Texas Capital Bank’s founding in 1998, he has held roles of increasing responsibility due to his smart, focused, and knowledgeable approach to serving clients' banking needs. In the early days, he served as president of the Dallas region, and in November 2008, his role expanded to president of the five major markets in Texas plus specialty lending groups, in addition to his role as chief lending officer.

Prior to joining Texas Capital Bank, Ackerson was president of Mack Financial Group, Inc., where 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. Earlier, Ackerson served as founder, shareholder, and director of Texaka Bank’s effort to forge a successful banking venture in the former Soviet Union. He started his career at First National Bank in Dallas.

Ackerson earned his bachelor of science in business administration and master of business administration degrees from Louisiana State University.

Ackerson serves on the Board of Directors for the former SMU Athletic Forum, Senior Source, and DOWNTOWNDALLAS.

Board of Directors

Larry L. Helm
Executive Chair and Chief Executive Officer
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. and Texas Capital Bank
Larry L. Helm serves as executive chair, chief executive officer and president of Texas Capital Bank and its parent company, Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ®: TCBI). Helm has served as chairman of the board of directors for Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. since 2012, and has been a director since 2006 until his appointment as chairman.

Helm is currently a senior advisor at Accelerate Resources, a data-driven energy company engaged in the development and production of oil and gas assets. Before joining Accelerate Resources in 2016, he served as executive vice president of corporate affairs at Halcón Resources Corporation, now called Battalion Oil Corporation. Previously, Helm served as chief administrative officer of Petrohawk Energy Corporation from 2004 until its sale to BHP Billiton in 2011. He served as vice president – transition with BHP Billiton before joining Halcón Resources.

Helm worked in commercial banking from January 1973 to January 2004, and has substantial experience in middle market and energy lending. He has held several executive management positions, including CEO – Dallas Region and CEO – U.S. Middle Market Banking, both with Bank One Corporation. Earlier in his career, he served at InterFirst Bank, where he became head of the bank’s global energy segment, and First City Bank, where he was responsible for the energy, real estate, and workout segments.

Helm earned a bachelor of science in Business Administration from Trinity University and an MBA in Banking and Finance from the University of North Texas. In addition to serving on the board of directors for Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc., he currently serves as chairman of the board of Goodwill Industries of Dallas and has previously served on boards for the Dallas Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, among others.
Jonathan E. Baliff
Director
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
Jonathan Baliff serves on the Board of Directors and Risk Committee of Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc., the parent company of Texas Capital Bank.

After almost a decade serving on active duty in the U.S. Air Force, Jonathan Baliff has been a leader in the energy and infrastructure sector for over 25 years as both a public company senior executive and investment and commercial banker.

Most recently, Jonathan was the President and Chief Executive Officer of Bristow Group (NYSE: BRS), the world’s largest commercial helicopter and industrial aviation company serving the energy and government sectors. He served as Bristow’s Chief Financial Officer from 2010 to 2014 until his appointment to CEO. During his tenure at Bristow (through both growing and declining markets), the company consistently led its peers in safety, operational and financial performance, while significantly diversifying the company’s revenue through new organic business development and acquisitions.

Prior to joining Bristow Group in 2010, Mr. Baliff was the Executive Vice President for Strategy at NRG Energy, where he led the development and implementation of NRG’s overall strategy, with a particular emphasis and success in acquisitions and commercial alliances that created new alternative energy and retail businesses.

Before joining NRG in 2008, Mr. Baliff was a Managing Director in Credit Suisse’s Global Energy Group, where he advised energy companies on over $50 billion in merger and acquisition assignments and project and corporate financings starting in 1997. Mr. Baliff started his business career with J.P. Morgan’s Natural Resource Group in 1995. The 13 years between 1995 and 2008 saw the global energy sector undergo significant technological and regulatory changes, in which Mr. Baliff participated as advisor in privatizations, acquisitions and large-scale project development.

On active duty in the U.S. Air Force, Mr. Baliff served in numerous assignments flying F-4 Phantom fighter aircraft until 1993, including the first combat missions during the first Gulf War.
James H. Browning
Director
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
James Browning was elected as a director in October 2009. He is a retired partner of 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.

He also currently serves as Chairman of the Board of RigNet, Inc. and as a director of Herc Holdings Inc.
David S. Huntley
Director
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
David S. Huntley, Senior Executive Vice President (SEVP) and Chief Compliance Officer, is responsible for developing policies to safeguard the privacy of customer and employee information, verifying compliance with the legal and regulatory requirements of the countries and jurisdictions where AT&T operates, and ensuring adherence to internal compliance requirements. His responsibilities also include accessibility compliance oversight. David has held this role since December 2014.

David was appointed to this role after serving as Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel – AT&T Services. In this role, he oversaw a nationwide team responsible for providing legal support to the Home Solutions and Global Marketing organizations. He was also responsible for Legal administration.

Previously, David served as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary for the Advertising Solutions and Interactive Operations. He also has served as Senior Vice President –Mobility Customer Service Centers, where he led a team of more than 30,000 employees. David’s experience also includes serving as Senior Vice President of E-commerce, Direct Mail and Customer Information Services as well as significant positions in External Affairs, Wireless Operations, M&A and Data Operations.

David takes pride in giving back to his community. He has served on the Executive Committee of the United Way of the Texas Gulf Coast, and at the Greater Houston Partnership, where he chaired the Government Relations Advisory Committee. He also served as a Board Member of the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau, and was on the 2004 Houston Super Bowl Host Committee.

David’s commitment to service continues today, on the boards of Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.; AT LAST!; the Baylor Health Care System Foundation; and the Dallas Citizens Council. He also serves as a Board Trustee for his alma mater, Southern Methodist University, and as a member of the Texas Business Hall of Fame, the Executive Leadership Council, and the Business Ethics Leadership Alliance (BELA) Executive Steering Committee.

A native Texan, David holds a Juris Doctor degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
Charles S. Hyle
Director
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
Charles Hyle had a distinguished banking career with over 40 years of experience in lending, capital markets and risk management. He began his banking career at J.P. Morgan; held various positions at Barclays Capital in New York and London, including Managing Director of Global Portfolio Management; and later became Chief Risk Officer and a member of the Management Committee of Key Bank, a $91 billion retail, commercial and investment bank headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. Hyle also served on its internal board.

Charles holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Williams College, and completed the Advanced Management Program at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.
Elysia Holt Ragusa
Director
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
Elysia Holt Ragusa was elected as a director in January 2010. Ms. Ragusa is a principal of RCubetti, a leadership training and consulting firm. Prior to its merger with Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), Elysia served as President and Chief Operating Officer of The Staubach Company (TSC) from 2001 through 2007. She chaired both the Executive and Operating Committees as well as served on the Board of Directors.

As President and COO, Elysia oversaw TSC’s North American operations and provided strategic direction for all business units. Under Elysia’s leadership, TSC was established as one of the most prominent real estate service providers in the U.S. Elysia’s focus on business development and relationship management supported Staubach’s achievement of one of the highest broker production rates in the industry as well as an average 20% annual growth rate.

Elysia was a member of the Merger Committee leading the due diligence and integration process between The Staubach Company and JLL. Following the merger, she was International Director of JLL with team and P&L responsibility for the Central Texas market.
Steven P. Rosenberg
Director
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
Steven P. Rosenberg has served on the Board of Directors of Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. since September 2001. He retired in 2018 as President of SPR Ventures, Inc., a private investment company, and 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
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc
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
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
Dale Tremblay was elected as a director in April 2011. Dale Tremblay is the President and CEO of C.H. Guenther & Son (dba Pioneer Flour Mills), one of the oldest, still privately held corporations in the United States. C.H. Guenther & Son is a food marketing and manufacturing firm with 24 plants in five countries.

He joined Guenther in May 1998 as Executive Vice President and COO and became President/CEO in April 2001. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the company. Prior to Guenther, Mr. Tremblay was an executive with the Quaker Oats Company. He attended Michigan State University and has a Bachelor of Arts in Finance.

In addition to his duties at Guenther and TCBI, Mr. Tremblay also serves on the board of NatureSweet LTD, a branded tomato and produce marketer/manufacturer based in San Antonio. His board experience includes 13 years on the Clear Channel Outdoor Board (Audit and Compensation Committee), as well as time on the Federal Reserve of Dallas Advisory Board and the Michigan State University Finance Advisory Board.
Ian J. Turpin
Director
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
Ian J. Turpin has been a director since May 2001. He is a member of the Seton Family of Hospitals Board, the parent of which is Ascension Health, one of the largest not-for-profit hospital groups in the U.S. He is also a member of St. Edward’s University Board of Trustees. Previously, Ian served as a Board Member and Chair of the Investment Committee for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center (now part of the University of Texas at Austin).

Since 1992, he has served as President and Director of LBJ Family Wealth Advisors and various companies affiliated with the family of the late president of the U.S., Lyndon B. Johnson, which were involved in radio, real estate, private equity investments and managing diversified investment portfolios. Prior to moving to Texas in 1992 from Toronto, Ian had a 20-year career as an international private banking executive with two of Canada’s most prominent banks, both in Canada and in offshore financial centers. The focus of his work was asset protection services and investments for offshore clients. While working in the Bahamas for an affiliate of Royal Bank of Canada, Ian taught courses for the U.K. Institute of Bankers in Nassau.

Born in Scotland, Ian was educated in England where he received a master’s degree in International Business from the University of Bradford, Yorkshire, England. He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (CPA equivalent).

Ian is a Registered Investment Advisory Representative with the Texas State Securities Board (2005).
Patricia A. Watson
Director
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.
Ms. Patricia A. Watson, also known as Patty, has been a director of Texas Capital Bancshares since 2016, where she serves on the Audit Committee. Ms. Watson is the former Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Total System Services (TSYS), a role she held from September 2015 to September 2019. Before joining TSYS, Ms. Watson served as Global Chief Information Officer and Vice President of The Brink’s Company from January 2013 to September 2015. In this role she was responsible for implementing information technology and process improvements to deliver operational efficiencies and service differentiation for The Brink’s Company’s customers.

Prior to joining Brink’s, she served as Senior Technology Executive for the Treasury, Credit and Payments Division at Bank of America. She was employed at Bank of America for more than 14 years in several technology positions with increased responsibilities. She has more than 17 years of experience in the financial services industry, serving in a variety of technology-related roles. Before entering into the business world, Ms. Watson was employed at the U.S. Air Force for 10 years holding such roles as Executive Staff Officer, Flight Commander and Director of Operations.

She earned the designation as a distinguished graduate from the Air Force’s Leadership School, Squadron Officer School. Ms. Watson has a bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics from Saint Mary’s College at Notre Dame and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Dayton.

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