Left to right, back row: Shon Cass, Pamela McQuade, Craig Scheef, Ben Parkey, Libby Smith, CD Heinen Left to right, front row: Christopher Jones, Drew Keith Bret Redman

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Give your business an edge by using a bank founded by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs.

As a bank founded by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs, Texas Security Bank (TSB) has redefined what it means to be a community bank and business partner since 2008. The founders of the bank, and its leadership, understand the unique needs of business owners—from personalized service and products to online banking capabilities. With a mission to ‘Elevate the Champions of Free Enterprise,’ Texas Security Bank operates with business owners in mind.

“What sets Texas Security Bank apart from other community banks is our commitment to serving as a true business partner for our clients,” says Craig Scheef, Texas Security Bank’s chairman, president, and CEO. “We cater to owner-managed businesses, a clientele that has been underserved by the banking industry. We are proud to have filled that void by working as a trusted resource for our clients.”

Texas Security Bank is proud to invest more resources in business education for owner-managed businesses than other banks. The focus on continuing education is truly unique and needed.  The bank offers a monthly speaker series—now virtual during the pandemic—designed to enhance knowledge in critical business disciplines. The bank also has a year-long executive leadership program, TSB Academy, that provides business owners with critical business knowledge and skills needed to successfully run a company.

“Growth is one of our core values at Texas Security Bank and we foster this through our business education initiatives,” says Pamela McQuade, VP and executive director of TSB Business Owner Education. “It’s important to have a growth mindset, especially as a business owner. Our speaker series and TSB Academy programs are structured to bring foundational, strategic, and functional knowledge in addition to actionable takeaways business owners can use to run better businesses.”

Texas Security Bank
1212 Turtle Creek Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75207



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