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Bank of Texas Introduces New Corporate Banking Leadership

Co-leaders to support middle market and large corporate business clients

Media Contact: Cristie Escochea | June 25, 2020

Dallas (June 24, 2020) – Two new leaders have been appointed to direct the corporate banking team at Bank of Texas in Dallas. Hudson Marshall and Greg Campbell will co-lead the corporate banking group, which works with companies that have annual revenues in excess of $50 million.

Hudson Marshall has been with Bank of Texas for five years and has been promoted from his former team lead role to senior vice president and manager for the corporate banking group, which supports clients in manufacturing, distribution, service, healthcare services, public and private educational institutions, financial services and technology industries.

Prior to joining Bank of Texas, Marshall was a vice president and senior relationship manager for Regions Bank for three years, focusing on institutional, government, and nonprofit entities, and spent six years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, focusing on middle market clients. He earned his Master of Business Administration in Finance and Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance (Magna Cum Laude) from Texas Tech University, Rawls College of Business.

Marshall is passionate about community causes lending support to March of Dimes, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas and Susan G. Komen for more than 14 years, serving as co-captain for campaign drives and fundraising. He also recently joined the volunteer fundraising corps for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. Marshall currently serves on the Finance and Administration Committee for the Dallas Arboretum.

Joining Marshall to co-lead the corporate banking group is Dallas banking veteran Greg Campbell. In the two years prior to joining Bank of Texas, Campbell led the Dallas corporate banking team at Amegy Bank. There, he worked with publicly-traded and owner-managed corporate companies executing a market expansion plan for the greater Dallas/North Texas area.

From 2001 to 2018, Greg held two different roles at Wells Fargo, first as a business development in Dallas middle market banking, and then he spent 12 years as a director and senior relationship manager of corporate banking. There, he focused on growing strategic corporate and investment banking relationships with regional and national Fortune 500 and 1000 companies. Campbell’s banking career began in the Dallas middle market group at Comerica Bank.

Greg has served in a variety of civic and business community organizations, most recently as past chairman of the advisory board of the White Rock YMCA and he is a graduate of the 2009 class of Leadership Dallas. Campbell earned his undergraduate degree in finance from Baylor University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.

“As we all make our way through this pandemic and economic downturn, we’re proud to partner with our corporate clients,” said Mandy Austin, Dallas market president for Bank of Texas. “Hudson and Greg are strong leaders to shepherd our team and lend expertise to clients when they need it the most.”


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