In a bid to refocus its efforts on Texas, the parent company of Houston-based Southwestern National Bank will sell the deposits and branches of a Nevada-based sister bank, CEO Gary Owens told me Thursday. After the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010, sister banks residing in different states have been able to shed separate state charters and operate using a single charter, a cost-saving move that cuts administrative expenses, said Dan Bass, Houston managing partner for Performance Trust Capital Partners.
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Southwest National Bank to buy loans, sell deposits of Nevada sister bank
April 18, 2013