NexBank is a Dallas-based regional bank. It recently announced that it would sponsor the 32nd Annual Luncheon of the Dallas Women’s Foundation. It intends to donate $100,000 to support the organization in advancing the leadership and economic security affairs of women.
The Dallas Women’s Foundation has scheduled its 2017 Annual Luncheon on October 20th. The luncheon will be held at a Dallas-based hotel, the Hilton Anatole Hotel. Dr. Hope Jahrem, one of the TIME Magazine’s Top 100 Influential Individuals, is expected to feature as a keynote speaker. Dr. Hope Jahrem is one of the best-selling authors and an award-winning scientist. His address will be live-streamed to over 10,000 students in 20 elementary schools across North Texas.
The luncheon is held in every year with over 1000 business, community, and civic leaders in attendance. The Dallas Women’s Foundation features in the list of the world’s leading women’s fund. It is a trusted market leader in advancing economic and leadership change for girls and women across the United States.
NexBank is a Dallas-based regional bank valued at $6.4 billion in assets. It is also a charter operator that dates back to 1922. It specializes in the provision of mortgage banking, commercial banking, and institutional services to all its clients across North Texas. It serves corporations, institutional clients, and financial institutions across the United States.
James Dondero is NexBank’s founder. He is also the founder of Highland Capital Management one of the leading collateralized loan obligations in the United States. He boasts of over three decades of experience as an executive in the credit markets. James Dondero worked at Protective Life’s GIC subsidiary before founding NexBank. Over time, he has grown NexBank from a small investment bank to a premier mortgage bank in North America. James Dondero’s management experience spans from high-yield bonds, derivatives, common stocks, emerging market debt, and mortgage-backed securities. From 1985 to 1989, he was working at American Express where he was responsible for approximately $1 billion worth of assets. He had to undertake a financial training program at JP Morgan before joining American Express. His relentless efforts at the University of Virginia earned him a BS in Commerce.