[FORT WORTH, Tex.]--Brad Schneider and Matt Doull have joined Texas Bank and Trust and will lead the Longview-based bank’s expansion into Tarrant County. Mr. Schneider will serve as president and Mr. Doull will be assistant vice president and commercial lender in the bank’s new branch located at 2912 West 6th Street, Suite 100 in Fort Worth.
Mr. Schneider was most recently a senior vice president in commercial lending with LegacyTexas Bank in Fort Worth and has worked with various financial services companies in the area for the past 18 years. He holds a bachelor of business administration degree in finance from Texas Christian University, and is a June 2013 graduate of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking.
Mr. Doull was most recently a commercial banker with LegacyTexas Bank and holds a bachelor of science degree in economics from Texas Christian University. He is a member of the Real Estate Council and the Urban Land Institute, and is a Reach and Rise mentor for troubled youth through the YMCA.
Texas Bank and Trust Company was established in 1958 and is recognized as one of the strongest independent, community banks in the state. The $2.5 billion institution operates 20 full service banking centers throughout east and northeast Texas. Nationally, the bank has earned the prestigious 5-Star Superior rating for strength and security from BauerFinancial, Inc – the nation’s bank rating firm. Texas Bank and Trust offers a comprehensive array of personal banking, business banking, commercial and residential mortgage lending services, and trust and investment services. Texas Bank and Trust was named the 2014 Texas Family Business of the Year by Baylor University’s Institute for Family Business and one of the Best Companies to Work for in Texas for the sixth straight year in 2018 by Texas Monthly magazine. Texas Bank and Trust is found online at www.texasbankandtrust.com.