DALLAS, Nov. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NexBank Capital, Inc., a fully-integrated financial services company, has announced Kenneth R. Hanks, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, electively retired from the company, effective October 31, 2014. He was succeeded by Craig S. Korbuly, who most recently served as Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer of NexBank Capital, Inc. As Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Korbuly will oversee all aspects of financial management and information technology for NexBank SSB and NexBank Capital, Inc.
"Ken was an exceptional contributor to the NexBank senior management team. He led NexBank's financial strategy during the company's time of critical growth and helped build our strong financial platform," said John Holt, President and CEO of NexBank Capital, Inc.
"Craig is a respected leader with a strong background in finance and operations," Holt continued. "I am pleased to have his leadership as we continue to drive measures that support NexBank's expansion and position us for key growth opportunities."
Mr. Korbuly brings 30 years of accounting experience and has primarily served financial institutions, including commercial banks and bank holding companies, throughout his career. Previously, he was an Audit Principal with Payne & Smith LLC. Mr. Korbuly's career also includes director and senior audit roles with McGladery & Pullen LLP, Fisk & Robinson P.C., and Bailey Vaught Robertson & Company. He earned his B.B.A. in Accounting from Texas State University.
NexBank expects Mr. Hanks to be elected to its Board of Directors at its next shareholder meeting.
About NexBank Capital, Inc.
NexBank Capital, Inc. is a fully-integrated financial services organization that includes a commercial and investment bank. As a leading regional financial services provider, the group delivers commercial banking, mortgage banking, investment banking and corporate advisory services to large corporations, real estate investors, middle-market companies, small businesses and banks, as well as some of the largest institutional clients in the capital markets. (www.NexBank.com)