Texas Capital Bank Appoints Rodman as Head of Commercial Banking Services


Texas Capital Bank and its parent company, Texas Capital Bancshares, appointed Rick Rodman to the newly created position of head of corporate banking on June 21.

In this role, Rodman will oversee the corporate banking division of Texas Capital Bank, with a focus on creating and executing the division’s customer acquisition, integration and service delivery strategy. . He will report to John Sarvadi, executive managing director of the intermediary bank at Texas Capital Bank.

Rodman has over 15 years of leadership experience in sales processes and revenue generation in the mid-market, corporate banking and consumer segments. Prior to Texas Capital Bank, he was a partner and general manager of corporate banking services at CrossFirst Bankshares in Dallas. Prior to CrossFirst, he held various executive roles in the mid-market space at Capital One and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Prior to that he worked at JPMorgan Chase.

“Rick is a seasoned executive who understands the Texas market well and has held senior positions in the mid-market space at large financial institutions,” said the president and CEO of Texas Capital Bank. “His appointment will accelerate our efforts to grow our business banking segment and demonstrates Rob C. Holmes Texas Capital Bank‘s ability to attract key talent as we continue to transform the business.

“We are delighted that Rick is joining our team during this important time as we execute our strategy to transform our business and drive the growth and profitability of our commercial and industrial banking franchise,” said Sarvadi. “Rick has an impressive sales and growth track record throughout his banking career and we look forward to benefiting from his leadership and expertise. “

“I am delighted to join Texas Capital Bank at this important time for the business,” said Rodman. “I look forward to working with the team to improve profitability and customer service to strengthen its position in commercial banking. “