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Local Profile, the monthly lifestyle magazine for Collin County, recently published an article spotlighting North Dallas Bank & Trust Co.
After a successful 25 years at North Dallas Bank & Trust Co. (NDBT), W. Michael Shipman has officially retired as chairman of the board and chief executive officer.
DALLAS (March 15, 2021) – Sixty (60) years ago, North Dallas Bank & Trust Co. (NDBT) first opened its doors to customers at the corner of Preston Road and Forest Lane in Dallas with $2 million in total assets, three officers, and seven employees.
DALLAS (January 13, 2021) – North Dallas Bank & Trust Co. (NDBT), a 60-year-old community bank with five banking centers located in Addison, Dallas, Frisco, Las Colinas and Plano, has announced the following promotions:
North Dallas Bank & Trust Co. (“NDBT”) today announced that W. Michael Shipman will retire as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer on March 31, 2021. Shipman will be succeeded by NDBT’s current President, Larry A. Miller, effective April 1, 2021.
Frisco Style magazine recently published an article titled, “Still We Rise,” focusing on the importance of supporting local nonprofits.
The article features North Dallas Bank & Trust (NDBT) as a great example of a local business that supports the community, and showcases how NDBT gives back by volunteering employees’ time and giving financially to nonprofits such as Frisco Family Services.
North Dallas Bank & Trust (NDBT) is proud to be named the recipient of the 2020 Cornerstone Award from the Texas Bankers Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Texas Bankers Association.
The Holiday Season is just around the corner. Are you ready? If your initial response was ‘no,’ and your next thought was overwhelming dread toward the hoard of holiday-crazed shoppers not practicing proper social distancing, perhaps you need to think of alternative, moneywise gift options! In order to keep your budget, your sanity, and your immune system safe, we have compiled a list of some financial gift ideas that can benefit your loved ones for decades.
In less than six months, COVID-19 has transformed the world as we knew it, and its impact has been devastating. Sadly, scammers are using it to their advantage by taking opportunities to contact vulnerable consumers and attempting to steal personal banking and credit card information. Being proactive and informed is the most efficient way to combat the rise in these “COVID-19 scams.”
We here at North Dallas Bank have always held the belief that our customer’s cyber safety is paramount. Education and awareness of cyber fraud is more than important than ever due to the unfortunately growing industry. October is National Cybersecurity Awareness month, and in that spirit, we would like to familiarize you with a scam called Business Email Compromise.
Top Financial Scams
Grandparent/ Family Member Scam - Scammers target seniors posing as a grandchild or other family member and claim they have been in an accident, arrested, hospitalized or other urgent issues. The circumstances require money to be sent immediately to resolve the situation. You will probably be told not to talk to anyone regarding this emergency.
Marking the bank's 60th year, D CEO Magazine recently interviewed NDBT president Larry Miller on the values that made the bank a lasting institution -- and what the future holds.
More Americans have turned to online shopping than ever before due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Even high-cost purchases that most people would typically buy in-person – like furniture, appliances, and even cars – are now purchased in high-demand online. To make sure your hard-earned money is well-spent, we’ve compiled our top 6 strategies for saving big when shopping online:
It’s no secret that we’re living in a tough economy. With businesses failing and jobs being lost due to COVID-19, it’s important now more than ever to implement smart spending strategies in your day-to-day life. Applying these small changes will not only save you money, but will also instill long-term financial habits that’ll have you more than prepared for the next pandemic, emergency or natural disaster.
Embarking on the road to homeownership can be an overwhelming prospect for first-time homebuyers, especially when answers to questions like, “Am I financially ready to purchase a home?” and “How do I know what I can and cannot afford?” linger in homebuyers’ minds. The following five tips explain how to make purchasing your first home an exciting, well-thought out, and enjoyable experience.
While budgeting is recommended for all who wish to stay on top of their money and avoid overspending, it is especially important for those who do not know what number will appear on their next paycheck. Whether you have been balancing a fluctuating income for years or are experiencing a financial impact from COVID-19, there are five steps you can take to ensure that your spending habits are stable, even if your income is not.
In support of Rawls College of Business’ Excellence in Banking program, the funds will provide annual scholarships to four students with financial needs
Mary Pat Higgins and Tim Jordan join the 11-member NDBT board of directors.
With the global pandemic COVID-19 disrupting economies and jobs around the world, there has never been a more urgent time to assess the state of your emergency savings fund, or build one if you have not already. Emergency funds function like a shock absorber, easing the effects of whatever bumps life might throw at you. Whether or not your income has been impacted in the recent weeks, having emergency savings set aside is essential to preventing the accumulation of debt. Follow the four tips below to quickly build on an existing emergency fund or start a new one, and lessen or prevent the weight of financial burden.
Balancing a credit score is just that, a balancing act. Being aware of all of the factors that affect your credit score can lead you toward achieving the score of your dreams, but letting a payment slip through the cracks or closing an unused credit card can negatively affect your score in a significant way. Paying your bills on time is perhaps the most influential factor in increasing your credit score, but, like the best things in life, achieving great credit takes time. In addition to paying your bills on time, implement these 5 tips to fast-track your journey toward excellent credit.
In support of Mays Business School’s Commercial Banking Program, the funds are being used to establish an endowment and annual awards program
Remember the saying, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?” In an age where many industries are moving toward technology over people, thus, eliminating the need for human interaction, traditional banking methods have fallen by the wayside. Banking is a relationship that should be nurtured between individual and bank, rather than between an individual and their mobile device. These everyday-transactions mean more than just depositing checks and getting your hard-earned cash out of the bank -- it’s about personalized relationships that allow bankers to help customers’ ever-changing needs during every season of life.
As parents, most of our financial goals revolve around providing support and stability for our families. Of course, we all want our children to live comfortable lives, but it’s just as important to raise them to become financially stable adults when they leave the nest. Here are four tips to encourage your teenager to be money-wise before they head off to college.
Starting your own business is a challenge in itself, and this is especially true for younger professionals who may not be as established in their careers. In order to get your new venture off the ground, be proactive about building a strong financial strategy from the start. Here are some factors to consider before taking that next step.
By Allen Hudson, president of the Dallas Banking Center at North Dallas Bank & Trust Co.
Here are some simple and easy-to-follow tips from the Texas Bankers Association & Texas Department of Banking to help keep your online accounts secure.
North Dallas Bank & Trust Co. (NDBT), a 58-year-old community bank with five banking centers located throughout North Texas, surprised nine-year-old cancer patient, Sha’Khia, with her ultimate wish – to go on a vacation cruise with her family.
North Dallas Bank & Trust Co. (NDBT), has unveiled its revamped HomeStart program, a mortgage program designed to make home loans affordable for Dallas residents looking to become first-time homeowners.