Texas: Monroe, Hill and Moten Join AccessBank Texas to Support Growth Strategy

Denton-based AccessBank Texas recently announced the hiring of three senior executives to spearhead the bank’s growth across the Dallas/Fort Worth market.

Glenn Monroe has joined as vice chairman of the board. He has spent more than 35 years in the banking industry, from launching his career as an energy lender to becoming the chairman and CEO of Meridian Bank Texas for nine-plus years until it was acquired by UMB Bank. He earned his MBA degree from Texas Christian University (TCU) with a concentration in economics. Monroe is a board member of the Lettermen’s Association of TCU, as well as past president and board member of both the Petroleum Club of Fort Worth and CASA of Tarrant County.

James Hill has been hired as chief strategy officer and president of the bank’s Fort Worth market. He has more than 12 years of banking experience, predominately at Texas Capital Bank, specializing in private banking and real estate lending. He received his MBA degree in the accelerated program at Texas Christian University and is currently adjunct faculty in its finance department. He serves on the Texas Bankers Association Government Relations Council and the executive committee of the Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth. Hill is a publicly elected board member of the Tarrant Regional Water District.

Jeff Moten has joined AccessBank Texas as executive vice president of commercial and real estate lending in Fort Worth. He is a real estate executive with more than 32 years of experience in the banking industry, including seven years as the president of Texas Capital Bank in Fort Worth. He received his BBA degree in finance from Texas Christian University and is a graduate of Leadership Fort Worth. He is a past president of the Colonial Country Club and is a member of the organization’s PGA Tour tournament committee and board of governors. He has also held leadership positions in several local nonprofit organizations.

Published in Bankers Digest December 16, 2019