frost bank victoria tx

Victoria is the name of this branch Frost Bank its a FDIC-insured bank with certificate number of 5510. It offers personal and automated assistance to customers. Roberts in front of his store on what was then Victoria Street. was friends with Thomas Claiborne Frost, the founder of Frost Bank. Job offer: Frost Bank is looking for: Producer – Commercial Lines in Victoria, TX, Current Frost employees must apply using the Careers application in. frost bank victoria tx

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Job Description

compensation:

$100K — $150K *

specialty:

Technical Project Management

  • Come work for a nationally recognized, award-winning brand known for customer service and satisfaction. We’re looking for energetic people to help develop a mortgage loan offering from the ground-up and start to finish, aligned with our core values of integrity, caring and excellence. We’re a growing company opening branches across Texas and expanding our products and services. Come join a team where the primary focus is making people’s lives better!As an IT and Digital Product Owner III - Mortgage Lending at Frost, you would:

  • Lead product ownership team in executing complex roadmaps, interpreting requirements, and writing user stories to guide development within mortgage applications
  • Coordinate with the development team to define and iterate the product based on the strategy
  • Ensure development team workflow is optimized so that product is delivered in a timely manner
  • Resolve and prevent against future issues in the development process to ensure requirements are met
  • Partner with product manager by socializing solutions and seeking feedback to help meet deliverables
  • Provide guidance and leadership to other Product Owners across the enterprise
  • Always take action using Integrity, Caring, and Excellence to achieve all-win outcomes
  • Flexible Work Options

  • To be successful, you will need:
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, business, a related field, or equivalent work experience
  • 4+ years of experience in product ownership or product management
  • 4+ years of experience with Agile methodologies including Scrum and Kanban in a digital space
  • Experience in product ownership, product management, customer experience management, business analysis, software engineering or a related field
  • Demonstrated ability to lead cross-functional teams and manage competing priorities
  • Relevant experience in banking, finance, or in a related product area
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft computer applications
  • Experience in mortgage lending
  • An exceptional candidate might have:
  • Master’s degree in Business, Finance, or in a related field
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Frost Bank is a Texas-chartered bank based in San Antonio with 155 branches and 1,200 automated teller machines, all of which are in Texas. It is the primary subsidiary of Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc., a bank holding company. It is on the list of largest banks in the United States.

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Frost Bank

American Bank

Frost Bank is a Texas-chartered bank based in San Antonio with 155 branches and 1,200 automated teller machines, all of which are in Texas. It is the primary subsidiary of Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc., a bank holding company. It is on the list of largest banks in the United States.

History[edit]

Early years[edit]

Frost Bank was founded in 1868 as a mercantile partnership in San Antonio by Thomas Claiborne Frost, who had served as a lieutenant colonel in the Confederate States Army.[1][2] In February 1899, it was chartered as a national banking association.[1] That year, the bank also reached $1 million in deposits.[2] The bank survived the Panic of 1907 with the aid of an association of local banks and by 1921, sold shares to outside investors for the first time. Frost continued to grow with construction of a 12-story building in 1921, which was the tallest building in Texas at the time. By 1926, Joseph Hardin Frost, brother of T.C. Frost Jr., took over as president of the company.[2]

Growth[edit]

Over the years, Frost has grown both organically and through acquisition of other banks, beginning in 1928 with the purchase of Lockwood National Bank.[2] In 1977, the company merged with Cullen Bankers, Inc. of Houston forming Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. and its stock began trading on the NASDAQ.[2]

In 1982, Cullen/Frost Bankers and United States National Bancshares, Inc. (USNB) of Galveston, Texas merged, but Frost operated USNB separately for nearly two decades.[3][4] As new financial services legislation allowed banks to broaden the services they offered customers, Cullen/Frost folded the USNB charter into Frost's in 2000.[5] With this action, the last bank using the federally forbidden United States National Bank title ceased to exist.[4][6]

In 1983, the bank announced it intended to merge into First City Bancorp of Houston, Texas,[7] however the merger was never completed. First City was subsequently rescued by the FDIC in 1988 and ultimately bankrupted in 1992 and was absorbed by other banks, primarily Texas Commerce Bank (now Chase).

In 1999, Frost Bank acquired Commerce Financial Corp.[8] and Frost Insurance Agency, a subsidiary of the bank acquired Professional Insurance Agents Inc.[9]

In 2005-2006, the company acquired Alamo Bank of Texas, Horizon Capital Bank, Summit Bancshares Inc., and Texas Community Bank.[10][11] In 2014, it acquired Western National Bank.[12]

Industry changes[edit]

During the financial crisis of 2007–2008, the bank did not accept government assistance via the Troubled Asset Relief Program,[2] but faced with changes in the financial services industry, the bank converted its 113-year-old federal charter into a state charter in June 2012.[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abc"Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. 2020 Form 10-K Annual Report". U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
  2. ^ abcdefSan Antonio: Our Story of 150 Years in the Alamo City. Trinity University Press. October 19, 2015.
  3. ^"F.A. "Andy" Odom, president of the Galveston branch of Frost National Bank". Texas Banking. Retrieved 2009-11-20.
  4. ^ abElder, Laura (2010-09-16). "Frost Bank puts building on the market". Galveston Daily News. Retrieved 2010-09-16.
  5. ^Shannon Buggs. "Isle bank joins Frost 18 years after buyout". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2009-11-20.
  6. ^ELDER, LAURA (April 13, 2016). "Developer eyes Frost Bank building for apartments". The Daily News (Texas).
  7. ^"TEXAS BANK UNITS AGREE TO MERGER". The New York Times. July 27, 1983.
  8. ^"Cullen/Frost to acquire Commerce Financial". American City Business Journals. February 17, 1999.
  9. ^"Frost Bank subsidiary to acquire Victoria insurer". American City Business Journals. March 4, 1999.
  10. ^Phinisee, Tamarind (November 27, 2005). "Cullen/Frost continues to branch out through acquisitions". American City Business Journals.
  11. ^"Frost completes Summit Bank purchase". American City Business Journals. December 8, 2006.
  12. ^"Cullen/Frost Bankers Finalizes Merger of Western National Bank into Frost Bank" (Press release). PR Newswire. June 20, 2014.
  13. ^SILVER-GREENBERG, JESSICA (April 3, 2012). "Small Banks Shift Charters to Avoid U.S. as Regulator". The New York Times.

External links[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frost_Bank

Job Description

Current Frost employees must apply using the Careers application in Workday (not through this site)

As aPersonal Banker Iwith Frost, you will be responsible for providing coverage in Personal Banking and Teller Services during absences and peak work conditions. Responsibilities will include selling deposit, loan and fee-based products; assisting customers with customer service issues and account maintenance; providing all teller services, which includes accepting deposits, payments, and check cashing as needed; attending both teller and personal banking training in order to stay current with information; and providing other services which include: collection services, wire transfers, statement call, check certification, savings bonds issuance and redemption, bankcard cash advances, issues of ATM cards and temporary checks. The candidate will remain familiar with applicable policies, laws, and regulations, and Bank Secrecy Act policies.

Required:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft computer applications

Preferred:

Work Hours:

  • Required Availability: Monday - Friday, 7:45am-6:15pm with Rotating Saturdays, 8:45am-1:15pm

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Site of one of San Antonio's first Black-owned shops could get historical designation

Though the address no longer exists, researchers at University of Texas at San Antonio are working to designate the current location, near the corner of E Cesar Chavez Boulevard and Indianola Street, as Recorded Texas Historic Landmark status from the Texas Historical Commission.

P.F. Roberts Store was one of the first and only African American-owned businesses in San Antonio in the early 1900s. Roberts, whose parents where both enslaved, graduated as valedictorian from Mississippi's Tougaloo College before moving to the Alamo City in 1895 to become a teacher, according to a release.

In addition to becoming a prominent business leader and teacher, Roberts went on to becoming a founding member of San Antonio's NAACP chapter.

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Both the store and the school where Roberts taught — Norris Wright Cuney School — were located in the city's Baptist Settlement, a 10-square block near what is now Lavaca and Labor streets. According to UTSA, it was one of the first places that free Black people were allowed to settle in Bexar County. 

Though it was surely difficult for Roberts to open a general store earning as a Black man earning a paltry teacher's salary, legend has it that Roberts was friends with Thomas Claiborne Frost, the founder of Frost Bank. As the story goes, Frost loaned Roberts $2,000 in 1896 to open the shop. 

“[P.F. Roberts and T.C. Frost] were friends at a time when it would have been unusual for them to be friends, even though each was a prominent leader in their communities,” says Pat Frost, president of Frost Bank. 

"The more knowledge there is about how business leaders worked together more than 100 years ago to further race relations and civil rights, the more that example can be applied to similar discussions today,” Frost added.

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Eventually, Roberts opened a second shop at his home at 601 S Pine Street, a site which is still owned by Roberts' grandson Ernest Qadimasil, and for which UTSA is also requesting a historical designation. Researchers note that Robert hosted a number of dignitaries at his Eastside home during his tenure at the NAACP, including Thurgood Marshall, Reverend Claude William Black, Jr., Henry B. González, and Eleanor Roosevelt. 

“These two addresses need to be illuminated for the general public, not just for the African American community, but so people might know the activity related to civil rights, women’s rights and Hispanic rights that took place at these addresses,” Qadimasil says. “So many leaders met at the 601 S. Pine Street address to map out the civil rights strategy for the Southwest and United States as well. Little is known about that in this community.”

Источник: https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/history-culture/article/Site-of-one-of-San-Antonio-s-first-Black-owned-16274293.php

Frost Bank Victoria 7602 North Navarro Street Victoria TX

  • Address:7602 North Navarro Street, Victoria, TX77904

  • Service Type:full service - brick and mortar
  • Institution class:Commercial bank, state charter and Fed member, supervised by the Federal Reserve (FRB)

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Victoria is the name of this branch Frost Bank its a FDIC-insured bank with certificate number of 5510. It offers personal and automated assistance to customers.

Traditionally, branches offer deposit, withdrawal, currency exchange, financial advice, insurance sales and ATM services.



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Frost Bank CEO talks highs, lows and being ‘a nobody from nowhere’

Green, on the other hand, is low-key and self-deprecating — an accountant occupying the corner office of one of the biggest regional banks in Texas.

Green, 64, was raised in the small town of Victoria and left to study law at the University of Texas — Austin. But he soon lost interest in pursing an legal career and turned to accounting. He thought he was destined to crunch numbers in Dallas or Houston, but the accounting firm Ernst & Young offered him a job in its San Antonio office, so he and his wife settled here.

Green found his way to Cullen/Frost, and has been with the company for 39 years.

Since Green took over as CEO in 2016, the financial holding company earned $100 million in quarterly profit for the first time, started adding bank branches in Houston and has moved its headquarters to a new building in downtown San Antonio.

Green’s local influence extends beyond banking. He is a worship leader at his church and sits on boards of directors of United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts and Southwest Research Institute.

He spoke with the San Antonio Express-News by phone. The following transcript has been edited for clarity and length.

Q: What got you interested in accounting and ultimately in banking?

A: I didn't expect to be here. When I went to UT, I thought I was going to be a lawyer, so I took pre-law stuff. But it didn't take me long to figure out that was not what I wanted to do. There I was with student loans. Flat broke. No plan. Not knowing what I was going to do. I didn’t know what my best friend’s dad did, but he seemed to do reasonably well. I was at my friend's house, and I went up to his dad who was on the back porch. I got my courage up and I went up and I ask him, "What do you do?" And he looked at me he said, "I'm a CPA." And I said, "Oh. What's a CPA?"

He smiled and said, "You get a degree in accounting and then when you have that you can do a lot of different things. You can go on private practice. You can do tax work. You can work for a bank. It's a pretty flexible thing."

I took an accounting class, and as luck would have it, I did extremely well. I just kept down the road and got my degree in accounting. From there, I did public accounting o, and that's where I met this great client that was Frost Bank. They knew me because I worked on their audit engagement, and they hired me.

Then about five years ago, (former CEO) Dick Evans talked to me about taking over whenever he retired. My first day was April Fool's Day of 2016.

That's sort of how I ended up here. I'm just a nobody from nowhere, and I just happen to be doing this job right now.

Q: What guides your work as CEO?

A: I think my number one vision for the company is for it to be a place that maintains the culture that this company has developed and practiced over 151 years, because it really is the secret to success for Frost Bank. The mission statement says we will grow and prosper building long-term relationships based on top quality service, high ethical standards and safe, sound assets.

That statement was not aspirational. It was descriptive. It's what we do. And the success that we've had as a company, we've had because we followed that mission statement. When we've made mistakes, it's really because we deviated from it in some way.

And Dick Evans built upon that culture by helping operationalize that cultural vision that Tom Frost (who preceded Evans) had. I'm just trying to build on those two guys with what they did and continue to move this culture forward as we grow.

Q: What experiences shaped you?

A: Well, my favorite part of my time here at Frost has been the relationships that I've been able to have with great leaders, visionary leaders, and people who really knew banking and they really knew service.

I call myself a recovering CPA because I used to believe that the objective was to run a successful business, and you got there by making the correct series of business decisions along the way. I don't believe that anymore. What I believe now is that the objective is to run a successful institution, and you get there by making the correct series of institutional decisions along the way.

When you can create a successful institution, that's when the magic happens. That's when you're able to accomplish more than you could just as a business.

I'll give you an example. If you call Frost Bank 24 hours a day, if you call the 1-800 number, someone's going to answer the phone and they'll take care of you.

We could put in a computerized customer service system and we could see our business profits go up because we could reduce costs. That might be a good business decision, but it's the wrong institutional decision for us because it doesn't create a great customer experience.

There are countless others like that where we're making decisions that cost us money, but we do it with the long-term view of creating a great institution that provides great experiences that make people's lives better.

Q: You said earlier that family and religion are important to you.

A: Our family has been a huge thing for (my wife) Sandy and I. We've been blessed to have six kids. Right now, we've got nine grandkids and I still have three kids who will get married, so we hope to have more. We're almost an empty nest now. I've got one more still in college — he's in senior at the University of Texas. They’ve been great and I love them. I guess you could say I'm a dad and I bank to pay expenses.

So my family's hugely important to me. My wife Sandy and I have been married for 43 years. We met in Victoria when she was in high school.

And faith is an important part of my life. We all have things that help define us as people, and faith is something that guides me. It guides my outlook and point of view and how I try to treat people on a regular basis.

I am the worship leader at the First Baptist Church Boerne in the contemporary worship service on Sundays. I'm 15 years in. I'm a musician and I get to express my music that way, and I get to help express my faith that way and helping lead the church in that way.

Q: What are the bigger you’ve faced in banking?

A: Going through the 1980s, which was the worst economic situation in Texas since the Great Depression, and the pressure of working together with my Frost Bank teammates to do what we had to do to bring this organization through. That was stressful.

We didn't have the opportunity to hire many people. We didn't get a lot of pay raises and we worked many long hours, but that was worth it. That helped shape all of our generation that went through that process because it helped you to see firsthand the importance of conservative business practices, of making sure that you were banking people of character first and not banking transactions. You were banking people, not things, as we say it.

It was a very difficult time, but I think you learn the most through periods of difficulty. You don't learn a whole lot in easy times.

I’d say the best part about the job (as CEO) is being being able to do good as seems right to you, within pretty big pastures. You see something that's broken, you get to fix it. You see somebody needs help, you get to help them. You see something that needs to be supported, you get to support it.

There's a fence around the pastures, because I've got board of directors, we've got shareholders. But there's a fair amount of latitudeto do good as it seems right to you.

But the job is a heck of a lot harder than I expected it to be. I sat down one day and thought about why that was, because I was CFO for 19 years, and Dick Evans and I were very close. He didn't make many decisions that we didn't talk about first.

The best I could come up with as an analogy would be this: let's say you were an aunt or an uncle who was really involved with your nephews or nieces.

You babysit them for extended periods of time, you changed their diapers, you gave them gifts, and maybe you helped even with their college education. Then you found out that you and your wife were going to have a child of your own and you'd say, "That's no problem. I've had this other experience." Then you have that child and then instantly everything changes.

There's no off switch on being a parent — it's a 24-hour a day job — and then you really feel complete responsibility for that child and it's wellbeing and its success.

I think that's the best analogy I can give for the difference between the two jobs I had, one being the CFO, one being CEO. But it's a rewarding position, even with all the work that it entails.

Q: What’s ahead for Frost Bank?

A: My hope for the future of this company is that we be a company that continues to grow and become a more significant player in the communities we serve, and that we can help make people's lives better and make the community a better place.

In short, I want Frost to be a force for good in everyday life. That’s important and that's consistent with our mission. I'd like to see us continue to grow, continue to build our culture and continue to develop bankers beyond just the management team that's in place today, who will also believe in that vision, in that culture, and move this organization forward for the next 150 years.

Megan.rodriguez@express-news.net

Источник: https://www.expressnews.com/business/business_columnists/texas_power_brokers/article/Frost-Bank-CEO-talks-highs-lows-and-being-a-14095203.php

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  • Come work for a nationally recognized, award-winning brand known for customer service and satisfaction. We’re looking for energetic people to help develop a mortgage loan offering from the ground-up and start to finish, aligned with our core frost bank victoria tx of integrity, frost bank victoria tx and excellence. We’re a growing company opening branches across Texas and expanding our products and services. Come join a team where the primary focus is making people’s lives better!As an IT and Digital Product Owner III - Mortgage Lending at Frost, you would:

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  • Ensure development team workflow is optimized so that product is delivered in a timely manner
  • Resolve and prevent against future issues in the development process to ensure requirements are met
  • Partner with product manager by socializing solutions and seeking feedback to help meet deliverables
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  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, business, a related field, or equivalent work experience
  • 4+ years of experience in product ownership or product management
  • 4+ years of experience with Agile methodologies including Scrum and Kanban in a digital space
  • Experience in product ownership, product management, customer experience management, business analysis, software engineering or a related field
  • Demonstrated ability to lead cross-functional teams and manage competing priorities
  • Relevant experience in banking, finance, or in a related product area
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  • Proficient in Microsoft computer applications
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Site of one of San Antonio's first Black-owned shops could get historical designation

Though the address no longer exists, researchers at University of Texas at San Antonio are working to designate the current location, near the corner of E Cesar Chavez Boulevard and Indianola Street, as Recorded Texas Historic Landmark status from the Texas Historical Commission.

P.F. Roberts Store was one of the first and only African American-owned businesses in San Antonio in the early 1900s. Roberts, whose parents where both enslaved, graduated as valedictorian from Mississippi's Tougaloo College before moving to the Alamo City in 1895 to become a teacher, according to a release.

In addition to becoming a prominent business leader and teacher, Roberts went on to becoming a founding member of San Antonio's NAACP chapter.

READ MORE:A Beverly Hills socialite was entombed in her Ferrari in San Antonio 44 years ago

Both the store and the school where Roberts taught — Norris Wright Cuney School — were located in the city's Baptist Settlement, a 10-square block near what is now Lavaca and Labor streets. According to UTSA, it was one of the first places that free Black people were allowed to settle in Bexar County. 

Though it was surely difficult for Roberts to open a general store earning as a Black man earning a paltry teacher's salary, legend has it that Roberts was friends with Thomas Claiborne Frost, the founder of Frost Bank. As the story goes, Frost loaned Roberts $2,000 in 1896 to open the shop. 

“[P.F. Roberts and T.C. Frost] were friends at a time when it would have been unusual for them to be friends, even though each was a prominent leader in their communities,” says Pat Frost, president of Frost Bank. 

"The more knowledge there is about how business leaders worked together more than 100 years ago to further race relations and civil rights, the more that example can be applied to similar discussions today,” Frost added.

READ MORE: Hollywood celebs are moving to Texas. But there's more to the story.

Eventually, Roberts opened a second shop at his home at 601 S Pine Street, a site which is still owned by Roberts' grandson Ernest Qadimasil, and for which UTSA is also requesting a historical designation. Researchers note that Robert hosted a number of dignitaries at his Eastside home during his tenure at the NAACP, including Thurgood Marshall, Reverend Claude William Black, Jr., Henry B. González, and Eleanor Roosevelt. 

“These two addresses need to be illuminated for the general public, not just for the African American community, but so people might know the activity related to civil rights, women’s rights and Hispanic rights that took place at these addresses,” Qadimasil says. “So many leaders met at the 601 S. Pine Street address to map out the civil rights strategy for the Southwest and United States as well. Little is known about that in this community.”

Источник: https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/history-culture/article/Site-of-one-of-San-Antonio-s-first-Black-owned-16274293.php

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Frost Bank is a Texas-chartered bank based in San Antonio with 155 branches and 1,200 automated teller machines, all of which are in Texas. It is the primary subsidiary of Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc., a bank holding company. It is on the list of largest banks in the United States.

History[edit]

Early years[edit]

Frost Bank was founded in 1868 as a mercantile frost bank victoria tx in San Antonio by Thomas Claiborne Frost, who had served as a lieutenant colonel in the Confederate States Army.[1][2] In February 1899, it was chartered as a national banking association.[1] That year, the bank also reached $1 million in deposits.[2] The bank survived the Panic of 1907 with the aid of an association of local banks and by 1921, sold shares to outside investors for the first time. Frost continued to grow with construction of a 12-story building in 1921, which was the tallest building in Texas at the time. By 1926, Joseph Hardin Frost, brother of T.C. Frost Jr., took over as president of the company.[2]

Growth[edit]

Over the years, Frost has grown both organically and through acquisition of other banks, beginning in 1928 with the purchase of Lockwood National Bank.[2] In 1977, the company merged with Cullen Bankers, Inc. of Houston forming Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. and its stock began trading on the NASDAQ.[2]

In 1982, Cullen/Frost Bankers and United States National Bancshares, Inc. (USNB) of Galveston, Texas merged, but Frost operated USNB separately for nearly two decades.[3][4] As new financial services legislation allowed banks to broaden the services they offered customers, Cullen/Frost folded the USNB charter into Frost's in 2000.[5] With this action, the last bank using the federally forbidden United States National Bank title ceased to exist.[4][6]

In 1983, the bank announced it intended to merge into First City Bancorp of Houston, Texas,[7] however the merger was frost bank victoria tx completed. First City was subsequently rescued by the FDIC in 1988 and ultimately bankrupted in 1992 and was absorbed by other banks, primarily Texas Commerce Bank (now Chase).

In 1999, Frost Bank acquired Commerce Financial Corp.[8] and Frost Insurance Agency, a subsidiary of the bank acquired Professional Insurance Agents Inc.[9]

In 2005-2006, the company acquired Alamo Bank of Texas, Horizon Capital Bank, Summit Bancshares Inc., and Texas Community Bank.[10][11] In 2014, it acquired Western National Bank.[12]

Industry changes[edit]

During the financial crisis of 2007–2008, the bank did not accept government assistance via the Troubled Asset Relief Program,[2] but faced with changes in the financial services industry, the bank converted its 113-year-old federal charter into a state charter in June 2012.[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abc"Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. 2020 Form 10-K Annual Report". U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
  2. ^ abcdefSan Antonio: Our Story of 150 Years in the Alamo City. Trinity University Press. October 19, 2015.
  3. ^"F.A. "Andy" Odom, president of the Galveston branch of Frost National Bank". Texas Banking. Retrieved 2009-11-20.
  4. ^ abElder, Laura (2010-09-16). "Frost Bank puts building on the market". Galveston Daily News. Retrieved 2010-09-16.
  5. ^Shannon Buggs. "Isle bank joins Frost 18 years after buyout". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2009-11-20.
  6. ^ELDER, LAURA (April 13, 2016). "Developer eyes Frost Bank building for apartments". The Daily News (Texas).
  7. ^"TEXAS BANK UNITS AGREE TO MERGER". The New York Times. July 27, 1983.
  8. ^"Cullen/Frost to acquire Commerce Financial". American City Business Journals. February 17, 1999.
  9. ^"Frost Bank subsidiary to acquire Victoria insurer". American City Business Journals. March 4, 1999.
  10. ^Phinisee, Tamarind (November 27, 2005). "Cullen/Frost continues to branch out through acquisitions". American City Business Journals.
  11. ^"Frost completes Summit Bank purchase". American City Business Journals. December 8, 2006.
  12. ^"Cullen/Frost Bankers Finalizes Merger of Western National Bank into Frost Bank" (Press release). PR Newswire. June 20, 2014.
  13. ^SILVER-GREENBERG, JESSICA (April 3, 2012). "Small Banks Shift Charters to Avoid U.S. as Regulator". The New York Times.

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As frost bank victoria tx Banker Iwith Frost, you will be responsible for providing coverage in Personal Banking and Teller Services during absences and peak work conditions. Responsibilities will include selling deposit, loan and fee-based products; assisting customers with customer service issues and account maintenance; providing all teller services, which includes accepting deposits, payments, and check cashing as needed; attending both teller and personal banking training in order to stay current with information; and providing other services which include: collection services, wire transfers, statement call, check certification, savings bonds issuance and redemption, bankcard cash advances, issues of ATM cards and temporary checks. The candidate will remain familiar with applicable policies, laws, and regulations, and Bank Secrecy Act policies.

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Frost Bank in front of Victoria Mall is the recipient of the Keep Victoria Beautiful Business Beautification Award for the month of August. The award is given monthly to recognize businesses that help to beautify the Victoria community through property upkeep, landscaping, and other improvements.  Frost Bank will proudly restaurants open late today near me the traveling sign during August. To nominate a business frost bank victoria tx receive the award, visit www.victoriatx.gov/kvb and click on “Beautification Awards

NOMINATE A BUSINESS:

Do you know of a Victoria business that is doing its part to help keep Victoria Beautiful? Nominate them for our monthly beautification award! Here are the nomination guidelines:

All businesses within the City of Victoria limits are eligible for nomination.

Business owners must not nominate their own business

Nominations must be received by the 25th of the month and the winner will be chosen at the following month’s KVB board meeting.

A business can only win the award once every 2 years.  

Here is what the judges will be looking at:

Building front is attractive and inviting, with clean paint or bricks

Trees, shrubs, and/or flowers are healthy and well-maintained (weeding, mulching, watering, pruning).

Grass is mowed

Sidewalks, curbs, parking areas, and fencing are weeded.

Any benches, trash cans, and/or chairs are in good condition.

The parking area is litter-free.

The storefront has attractive signs.

Dumpsters and trash areas are clean and tidy.

Old, unused bulky items are not stored around or behind the store i.e. equipment, furniture, supplies.

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> WHAT IS THE VICTORIA DUCK SAFARI?

Thousands of adopted rubber ducks will dive into the Lake at Ethel Lee Tracy Park and race toward the finish line. Prizes will be awarded for the first 12 ducks to reach the finish line. Anyone can adopt a duck for a chance to win. The ducks will paddle their way to an exciting finish. Can’t make it to the Duck Safari? Not a problem. If your lucky duck wins, we will notify you of your prize.

> WHY ADOPT A DUCK?

By adopting a duck, you have the opportunity to support the Victoria Symphony Orchestra and any of the other 27 participating Victoria County non-profit organizations. 2021 holds the promise of being a better year for all of us across the coastal bend and this is a chance for our non-profit community to pull together this season. Let’s make a splash with our Second Annual Victoria Duck Safari BUCK-A-DUCK non-profit program. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with all of our quacky updates.

> PARTICIPATING NON-PROFITS

Victoria Symphony
Adopt-A-Pet
Children’s Discovery Museum
Crossroads Business and Education Coalition
Crossroads Guardians of Hope
Food Bank of the Golden Crescent
Golden Crescent CASA
Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity
Hope of South Texas
Hospice of South Texas
Junior League of Victoria
Meals on Wheels Victoria
Mid-Coast Hogan bremer obituaries Academy Trust (MCA)
Mid-Coast Family Services
Museum of the Coastal Bend
The Nave Museum
Restoration House Ministries
Theatre Victoria
The Texas Zoo
Trinity Episcopal School
Victoria Art League
Victoria Bach Festival
Victoria Ballet Theatre
Victoria Crime Stoppers
Victoria Fine Arts Association
VISD Education Foundation
The Vine School
YMCA of The Golden Crescent

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Thousands of adopted rubber ducks will dive into the Lake at Ethel Lee Tracy Park and race toward the finish line. Prizes will be awarded for the first 12 ducks to reach the finish line. Anyone can adopt a duck for a chance to win. The ducks will paddle their way to an exciting finish. Can’t make it to the Duck Safari? Not a problem. If your lucky duck wins, we will notify you of your prize.

> WHY ADOPT A DUCK?

By adopting a duck, you have the opportunity to support the Victoria Symphony Orchestra and any of the other 27 participating Victoria County non-profit organizations. 2021 holds the promise of being a better year for all of us across the coastal bend and this is a chance for our non-profit community to pull together this season. Let’s make a splash with our Second Annual Victoria Duck Safari BUCK-A-DUCK non-profit program. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with all of our quacky updates.

> PARTICIPATING NON-PROFITS

Victoria Symphony
Adopt-A-Pet
Children’s Discovery Museum
Crossroads Business and Education Coalition
Crossroads Guardians of Hope
Food Bank of the Golden Crescent
Golden Crescent CASA
Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity
Hope of South Texas
Hospice of South Texas
Junior League of Victoria
Meals on Wheels Victoria
Mid-Coast Construction Academy Trust (MCA)
Mid-Coast Family Services
Museum of the Coastal Bend
The Nave Museum
Restoration House Ministries
Theatre Victoria
The Texas Zoo
Trinity Episcopal School
Victoria Art League
Victoria Bach Festival
Victoria Ballet Theatre
Victoria Crime Stoppers
Victoria Fine Arts Association
VISD Education Foundation
The Vine School
YMCA of The Golden Crescent

Источник: https://www.duckrace.com/Victoria

Frost Bank in front of Victoria Mall is the recipient of the Keep Victoria Beautiful Business Beautification Award for the month of August. The award is given monthly to recognize businesses that help to beautify the Victoria community through property upkeep, landscaping, and other improvements.  Frost Bank will proudly display the traveling sign during August. To nominate a business to receive the award, visit www.victoriatx.gov/kvb and click on “Beautification Awards

NOMINATE A BUSINESS:

Do you know of a Victoria business that is doing its part to help keep Victoria Beautiful? Nominate them for our monthly beautification award! Here are the nomination guidelines:

All businesses within the City of Victoria limits are eligible for nomination.

Business owners must not nominate their own business

Nominations must be received by the 25th of the month and the winner will be chosen at the following month’s KVB board meeting.

A business can only win the award once every 2 years.  

Here is what the judges will be looking at:

Building front is attractive and inviting, with clean paint or bricks

Trees, shrubs, and/or flowers are healthy and well-maintained (weeding, mulching, watering, pruning).

Grass is mowed

Sidewalks, curbs, parking areas, and fencing are weeded.

Any benches, trash cans, and/or chairs are in good condition.

The parking area is litter-free.

The storefront has attractive signs.

Dumpsters and trash areas are clean and tidy.

Old, unused bulky items are not stored around or behind the store i.e. equipment, furniture, supplies.

Nominate a business by clicking here.

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Site of one of San Antonio's first Black-owned shops could get historical designation

Though the address no longer exists, researchers at University of Texas at San Antonio are working to designate the current location, near the corner of E Cesar Chavez Boulevard and Indianola Street, as Recorded Texas Historic Landmark status from the Texas Historical Commission.

P.F. Roberts Store was one of the first and only African American-owned businesses in San Antonio in the early 1900s. Roberts, whose parents where both enslaved, graduated as valedictorian from Mississippi's Tougaloo College before moving to the Alamo City in 1895 to become a teacher, according to a release.

In addition to becoming a prominent business leader and teacher, Roberts went on to becoming a founding member of San Antonio's NAACP chapter.

READ MORE:A Beverly Hills socialite was entombed in her Ferrari in San Antonio 44 years ago

Both the store and the school where Roberts taught — Norris Wright Cuney School — were located in the city's Baptist Settlement, a 10-square block near what is now Lavaca and Labor streets. According to UTSA, it was one of the first places that free Black people were allowed to settle in Bexar County. 

Though it was surely difficult for Roberts to open a general store earning as a Black man earning a paltry teacher's salary, legend has it that Roberts was friends with Thomas Claiborne Frost, the founder of Frost Bank. As the story goes, Frost loaned Roberts $2,000 in 1896 to open the shop. 

“[P.F. Roberts and T.C. Frost] were friends at a time when it would have been unusual for them to be friends, even though each was a prominent leader in their communities,” says Pat Frost, president of Frost Bank. 

"The more knowledge there is about how business leaders worked together more than 100 years ago to further race relations and civil rights, the more that example can be applied to similar discussions today,” Frost added.

READ MORE: Hollywood celebs are moving to Texas. But there's more to the story.

Eventually, Roberts opened a second shop at his home at 601 S Pine Street, a site which is still owned by Roberts' grandson Ernest Qadimasil, and for which UTSA is also requesting a historical designation. Researchers note that Robert hosted a number of dignitaries at his Eastside home during his tenure at the NAACP, including Thurgood Marshall, Reverend Claude William Black, Jr., Henry B. González, and Eleanor Roosevelt. 

“These two addresses need to be illuminated for the general public, not just for the African American community, but so people might know the activity related to civil rights, women’s rights and Hispanic rights that took place at these addresses,” Qadimasil says. “So many leaders met at the 601 S. Pine Street address to map out the civil rights strategy for the Southwest and United States as well. Little is known about that in this community.”

Источник: https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/history-culture/article/Site-of-one-of-San-Antonio-s-first-Black-owned-16274293.php

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Frost Bank is a Texas-chartered bank based in San Antonio with 155 branches and 1,200 automated teller machines, all of which are in Texas. It is the primary subsidiary of Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc., a bank holding company. It is on the list of largest banks in the United States.

History[edit]

Early years[edit]

Frost Bank was founded in 1868 as a mercantile partnership in San Antonio by Thomas Claiborne Frost, who had served as a lieutenant colonel in the Confederate States Army.[1][2] In February 1899, it was chartered as a national banking association.[1] That year, the bank also reached $1 million in deposits.[2] The bank survived the Panic of 1907 with the aid of an association of local banks and by 1921, sold shares to outside investors for the first time. Frost continued to grow with construction of a 12-story building in 1921, which was the tallest building in Texas at the time. By 1926, Joseph Hardin Frost, brother of T.C. Frost Jr., took over as president of the company.[2]

Growth[edit]

Over the years, Frost has grown both organically and through acquisition of other banks, beginning in 1928 with the purchase of Lockwood National Bank.[2] In 1977, the company merged with Cullen Bankers, Inc. of Houston forming Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. and its stock began trading on the NASDAQ.[2]

In 1982, Cullen/Frost Bankers and United States National Bancshares, Inc. (USNB) of Galveston, Texas merged, but Frost operated USNB separately for nearly two decades.[3][4] As new financial services legislation allowed banks to broaden the services they offered customers, Cullen/Frost folded the USNB charter into Frost's in 2000.[5] With this action, the last bank using the federally forbidden United States National Bank title ceased to exist.[4][6]

In 1983, the bank announced it intended to merge into First City Bancorp of Houston, Texas,[7] however the merger was never completed. First City was subsequently rescued by the FDIC in 1988 and ultimately bankrupted in 1992 and was absorbed by other banks, primarily Texas Commerce Bank (now Chase).

In 1999, Frost Bank acquired Commerce Financial Corp.[8] and Frost Insurance Agency, a subsidiary of the bank acquired Professional Insurance Agents Inc.[9]

In 2005-2006, the company acquired Alamo Bank of Texas, Horizon Capital Bank, Summit Bancshares Inc., and Texas Community Bank.[10][11] In 2014, it acquired Western National Bank.[12]

Industry changes[edit]

During the financial crisis of 2007–2008, the bank did not accept government assistance via the Troubled Asset Relief Program,[2] but faced with changes in the financial services industry, the bank converted its 113-year-old federal charter into a state charter in June 2012.[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abc"Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. 2020 Form 10-K Annual Report". U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
  2. ^ abcdefSan Antonio: Our Story of 150 Years in the Alamo City. Trinity University Press. October 19, 2015.
  3. ^"F.A. "Andy" Odom, president of the Galveston branch of Frost National Bank". Texas Banking. Retrieved 2009-11-20.
  4. ^ abElder, Laura (2010-09-16). "Frost Bank puts building on the market". Galveston Daily News. Retrieved 2010-09-16.
  5. ^Shannon Buggs. "Isle bank joins Frost 18 years after buyout". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2009-11-20.
  6. ^ELDER, LAURA (April 13, 2016). "Developer eyes Frost Bank building for apartments". The Daily News (Texas).
  7. ^"TEXAS BANK UNITS AGREE TO MERGER". The New York Times. July 27, 1983.
  8. ^"Cullen/Frost to acquire Commerce Financial". American City Business Journals. February 17, 1999.
  9. ^"Frost Bank subsidiary to acquire Victoria insurer". American City Business Journals. March 4, 1999.
  10. ^Phinisee, Tamarind (November 27, 2005). "Cullen/Frost continues to branch out through acquisitions". American City Business Journals.
  11. ^"Frost completes Summit Bank purchase". American City Business Journals. December 8, 2006.
  12. ^"Cullen/Frost Bankers Finalizes Merger of Western National Bank into Frost Bank" (Press release). PR Newswire. June 20, 2014.
  13. ^SILVER-GREENBERG, JESSICA (April 3, 2012). "Small Banks Shift Charters to Avoid U.S. as Regulator". The New York Times.

External links[edit]

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Frost Bank CEO talks highs, lows and being ‘a nobody from nowhere’

Green, on the other hand, is low-key and self-deprecating — an accountant occupying the corner office of one of the biggest regional banks in Texas.

Green, 64, was raised in the small town of Victoria and left to study law at the University of Texas — Austin. But he soon lost interest in pursing an legal career and turned to accounting. He thought he was destined to crunch numbers in Dallas or Houston, but the accounting firm Ernst & Young offered him a job in its San Antonio office, so he and his wife settled here.

Green found his way to Cullen/Frost, and has been with the company for 39 years.

Since Green took over as CEO in 2016, the financial holding company earned $100 million in quarterly profit for the first time, started adding bank branches in Houston and has moved its headquarters to a new building in downtown San Antonio.

Green’s local influence extends beyond banking. He is a worship leader at his church and sits on boards of directors of United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts and Southwest Research Institute.

He spoke with the San Antonio Express-News by phone. The following transcript has been edited for clarity and length.

Q: What got you interested in accounting and ultimately in banking?

A: I didn't expect to be here. When I went to UT, I thought I was going to be a lawyer, so I took pre-law stuff. But it didn't take me long to figure out that was not what I wanted to do. There I was with student loans. Flat broke. No plan. Not knowing what I was going to do. I didn’t know what my best friend’s dad did, but he seemed to do reasonably well. I was at my friend's house, and I went up to his dad who was on the back porch. I got my courage up and I went up and I ask him, "What do you do?" And he looked at me he said, "I'm a CPA." And I said, "Oh. What's a CPA?"

He smiled and said, "You get a degree in accounting and then when you have that you can do a lot of different things. You can go on private practice. You can do tax work. You can work for a bank. It's a pretty flexible thing."

I took an accounting class, and as luck would have it, I did extremely well. I just kept down the road and got my degree in accounting. From there, I did public accounting o, and that's where I met this great client that was Frost Bank. They knew me because I worked on their audit engagement, and they hired me.

Then about five years ago, (former CEO) Dick Evans talked to me about taking over whenever he retired. My first day was April Fool's Day of 2016.

That's sort of how I ended up here. I'm just a nobody from nowhere, and I just happen to be doing this job right now.

Q: What guides your work as CEO?

A: I think my number one vision for the company is for it to be a place that maintains the culture that this company has developed and practiced over 151 years, because it really is the secret to success for Frost Bank. The mission statement says we will grow and prosper building long-term relationships based on top quality service, high ethical standards and safe, sound assets.

That statement was not aspirational. It was descriptive. It's what we do. And the success that we've had as a company, we've had because we followed that mission statement. When we've made mistakes, it's really because we deviated from it in some way.

And Dick Evans built upon that culture by helping operationalize that cultural vision that Tom Frost (who preceded Evans) had. I'm just trying to build on those two guys with what they did and continue to move this culture forward as we grow.

Q: What experiences shaped you?

A: Well, my favorite part of my time here at Frost has been the relationships that I've been able to have with great leaders, visionary leaders, and people who really knew banking and they really knew service.

I call myself a recovering CPA because I used to believe that the objective was to run a successful business, and you got there by making the correct series of business decisions along the way. I don't believe that anymore. What I believe now is that the objective is to run a successful institution, and you get there by making the correct series of institutional decisions along the way.

When you can create a successful institution, that's when the magic happens. That's when you're able to accomplish more than you could just as a business.

I'll give you an example. If you call Frost Bank 24 hours a day, if you call the 1-800 number, someone's going to answer the phone and they'll take care of you.

We could put in a computerized customer service system and we could see our business profits go up because we could reduce costs. That might be a good business decision, but it's the wrong institutional decision for us because it doesn't create a great customer experience.

There are countless others like that where we're making decisions that cost us money, but we do it with the long-term view of creating a great institution that provides great experiences that make people's lives better.

Q: You said earlier that family and religion are important to you.

A: Our family has been a huge thing for (my wife) Sandy and I. We've been blessed to have six kids. Right now, we've got nine grandkids and I still have three kids who will get married, so we hope to have more. We're almost an empty nest now. I've got one more still in college — he's in senior at the University of Texas. They’ve been great and I love them. I guess you could say I'm a dad and I bank to pay expenses.

So my family's hugely important to me. My wife Sandy and I have been married for 43 years. We met in Victoria when she was in high school.

And faith is an important part of my life. We all have things that help define us as people, and faith is something that guides me. It guides my outlook and point of view and how I try to treat people on a regular basis.

I am the worship leader at the First Baptist Church Boerne in the contemporary worship service on Sundays. I'm 15 years in. I'm a musician and I get to express my music that way, and I get to help express my faith that way and helping lead the church in that way.

Q: What are the bigger you’ve faced in banking?

A: Going through the 1980s, which was the worst economic situation in Texas since the Great Depression, and the pressure of working together with my Frost Bank teammates to do what we had to do to bring this organization through. That was stressful.

We didn't have the opportunity to hire many people. We didn't get a lot of pay raises and we worked many long hours, but that was worth it. That helped shape all of our generation that went through that process because it helped you to see firsthand the importance of conservative business practices, of making sure that you were banking people of character first and not banking transactions. You were banking people, not things, as we say it.

It was a very difficult time, but I think you learn the most through periods of difficulty. You don't learn a whole lot in easy times.

I’d say the best part about the job (as CEO) is being being able to do good as seems right to you, within pretty big pastures. You see something that's broken, you get to fix it. You see somebody needs help, you get to help them. You see something that needs to be supported, you get to support it.

There's a fence around the pastures, because I've got board of directors, we've got shareholders. But there's a fair amount of latitudeto do good as it seems right to you.

But the job is a heck of a lot harder than I expected it to be. I sat down one day and thought about why that was, because I was CFO for 19 years, and Dick Evans and I were very close. He didn't make many decisions that we didn't talk about first.

The best I could come up with as an analogy would be this: let's say you were an aunt or an uncle who was really involved with your nephews or nieces.

You babysit them for extended periods of time, you changed their diapers, you gave them gifts, and maybe you helped even with their college education. Then you found out that you and your wife were going to have a child of your own and you'd say, "That's no problem. I've had this other experience." Then you have that child and then instantly everything changes.

There's no off switch on being a parent — it's a 24-hour a day job — and then you really feel complete responsibility for that child and it's wellbeing and its success.

I think that's the best analogy I can give for the difference between the two jobs I had, one being the CFO, one being CEO. But it's a rewarding position, even with all the work that it entails.

Q: What’s ahead for Frost Bank?

A: My hope for the future of this company is that we be a company that continues to grow and become a more significant player in the communities we serve, and that we can help make people's lives better and make the community a better place.

In short, I want Frost to be a force for good in everyday life. That’s important and that's consistent with our mission. I'd like to see us continue to grow, continue to build our culture and continue to develop bankers beyond just the management team that's in place today, who will also believe in that vision, in that culture, and move this organization forward for the next 150 years.

Megan.rodriguez@express-news.net

Источник: https://www.expressnews.com/business/business_columnists/texas_power_brokers/article/Frost-Bank-CEO-talks-highs-lows-and-being-a-14095203.php

Frost Bank Victoria 7602 North Navarro Street Victoria TX

  • Address:7602 North Navarro Street, Victoria, TX77904

  • Service Type:full service - brick and mortar
  • Institution class:Commercial bank, state charter and Fed member, supervised by the Federal Reserve (FRB)

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Current Frost employees must apply using the Careers application in Workday (not through this site)

As aPersonal Banker Iwith Frost, you will be responsible for providing coverage in Personal Banking and Teller Services during absences and peak work conditions. Responsibilities will include selling deposit, loan and fee-based products; assisting customers with customer service issues and account maintenance; providing all teller services, which includes accepting deposits, payments, and check cashing as needed; attending both teller and personal banking training in order to stay current with information; and providing other services which include: collection services, wire transfers, statement call, check certification, savings bonds issuance and redemption, bankcard cash advances, issues of ATM cards and temporary checks. The candidate will remain familiar with applicable policies, laws, and regulations, and Bank Secrecy Act policies.

Required:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft computer applications

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  • Required Availability: Monday - Friday, 7:45am-6:15pm with Rotating Saturdays, 8:45am-1:15pm

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