July 23, 2014 10:57 PM ET


Company Overview of Amegy Corporation

Company Overview

Amegy Corporation operates as the holding company and through its subsidiaries, offers consumer and commercial banking services primarily in Houston and Dallas areas. The company’s loan products consist of commercial loans to small, middle market, and large corporate businesses; loans to individuals; commercial real estate loans; residential and commercial mortgages; and construction loans. Its deposit products consist of demand, savings, interest-bearing demand, money market, and time accounts. The company also provides trust and investment management, treasury management, brokerage, leasing, factoring, and item processing services to small, middle market, and larger corporate businesses; p...

4400 Post Oak Parkway

Houston, TX 77027

United States

Founded in 1996

2,126 Employees





Key Executives for Amegy Corporation

Age: 57
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 68
Executive Vice President and Executive Vice President - Southwest Bank of Texas National Association
Age: 55
Executive Vice President
Age: 71
Senior Vice President - Treasury Management Division
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Amegy Corporation Key Developments

Amegy Bank Promotes Kirk Baur as Senior Vice President

Amegy Bank announced the promotion of Kirk Baur as senior vice president. In his role as a lender in Amegy's commercial banking division, Baur specializes in commercial and industrial lending to small and middle-market businesses. He works with clients to establish financing solutions, such as revolving lines of credit, and assists in equipment and real estate financing for owner-occupied real estate.

Amegy Bank Promotes Miki Mankin as Senior Vice President

Amegy Bank has promoted Miki Mankin, a business banking area manager, to senior vice president. In her role in business banking for Amegy's Dallas region, Mankin is responsible for managing relationships for small businesses with $500,000 to $10,000,000 in annual revenue, who utilize Amegy Bank's, deposit and treasury management services.

Amegy Bank Promotes Juan Acevedo to Senior Vice President

Amegy Bank announced that Juan Acevedo has been promoted to senior vice president at Amegy Bank. In his role as an international commercial lender in Amegy's International Banking Division, Acevedo specializes in banking solutions that support companies focused in international business, primarily imports and exports. In addition, he manages the international correspondent banking relationships, which allows Amegy to maintain a global market presence. Acevedo has more than 16 years of banking experience and has a diverse background that includes international banking, correspondent banking, commercial banking and relationship management expertise. He joined Amegy Bank, formerly Southwest Bank of Texas, in 2001 as a credit analyst.

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