Texas Capital Bank, the Dallas-based subsidiary of Texas Capital Bancshares Inc., has named Bryan Kucholtz as executive vice president, head of private wealth, the company said.
Kucholtz will be responsible for managing all aspects of Texas Capital Bank’s private wealth business across the firm’s footprint, including estate and wealth planning strategies, investment management, trust and estate administration, concierge private banking, insurance and brokerage services, as well as online and mobile services. banking. He will work with the private wealth management team to ensure the firm continues to provide customized portfolio monitoring, management and investment solutions to clients across the country, the bank said.
“Since joining the company in June, [Kucholtz] quickly demonstrated a clear track record of success,” Cummings said in a prepared statement. our private wealth management activity.
With more than three decades of experience in banking, finance and executive management, Kucholtz most recently served as Executive Vice President, Regional Sales Manager, North Texas at PNC Investments, where he was responsible for overseeing brokerage and wealth management divisions of PNC in North Texas. Region. Previously, he held wealth management positions at BBVA, Comerica and JPMorgan Chase.
Kucholtz earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Dallas and an MBA in finance from the University of Texas at Dallas. He is a Certified Wealth Strategist and an Accredited Investment Trustee.
“I look forward to helping advance our goals of creating simple financial planning solutions in all aspects of our banking services,” Kucholtz said in a press release.
Founded in 1998, Texas Capital Bank has offices in Austin, Houston, San Antonio and Fort Worth, Texas. The company provides personalized banking and wealth management solutions to businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals nationwide.