WINTER HAVEN, Fla., Aug. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- CenterState Bank Corporation (NASDAQ: CSFL) announced today that the Correspondent Division of its subsidiary bank has opened a second Texas office in Dallas that will be led by Nathan Goodnight, Senior Vice President. CenterState Bank forecasts that Texas will remain a high-growth and profitable market for banks. As such, CenterState looks to leverage its expertise to help community banks further increase performance. The Dallas office continues CenterState's commitment to expand its footprint into strong community banking markets throughout the country.
"Texas has an extremely robust economy and we see strong demand for many of our correspondent bank products," said Erik Bagwell, Managing Director of CenterState's Correspondent Division. "In addition to Austin, we now have a Dallas office. The strong loan and deposit growth along with changing credit profiles position us well to be a key correspondent bank in Texas."
"CenterState's commercial bank, with its impressive strategic growth over the past few years, is an industry leader in implementing progressive and innovative business strategies," added Nathan. "Banks may want to take advantage of our capital markets support, use our ARC Hedging Program for loan hedging, or leverage international services to generate fee income - all while providing their small and mid-sized businesses more capabilities."
Nathan has over a decade of experience helping clients manage their investment portfolio and interest rate risk position. He is a graduate of Henderson State University where he received an undergraduate degree in business as well as his MBA.
CenterState Bank Corporation operates as one of the largest community bank franchises headquartered in the state of Florida. Both the Company and its nationally chartered bank subsidiary are based in Winter Haven, Florida between Orlando and Tampa. With $10+ billion assets, the Bank provides traditional retail, commercial, mortgage, wealth management and SBA services throughout its Florida branch network and customer relationships in neighboring states. The Bank also has a national footprint, serving clients coast to coast, through its correspondent banking division.