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By Ryan Salchert – Staff Writer, Dallas Business Journal One year has passed since a shelter-in-place order was issued in Dallas County in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, Dallas has gone remote and most companies have still not returned to the office. In the meantime, companies are having discussions about what
2020 presented unique challenges for all of us. But 109-year-old Vista Bank has seen a few of those before. Helping clients navigate the Great Depression, Dust Bowl, Two World Wars, and the Great Recession gave them the experience, perspective, and wisdom that prepared them to serve clients during the global
DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / June 8, 2021 / Dallas, Texas – $1.4 billion Dallas-based Vista Bank leveraged cutting-edge technology to help small business owners keep their doors open and their employees off the unemployment line during the pandemic. When the CARES Act was first implemented in March 2020, Vista Bank pivoted quickly to bot technology to
TJ Hurt, VP, Information Security Officer, Vista Bank June 11, 2021 Dallas Weekly By Kimberly Soukup for Vista Bank Keeping safe during summer travel goes beyond applying sunscreen, drinking water and packing layers. As tempting as it is to let our guard down (this is vacation after all), remaining vigilant with
Tyler Patmon, John Steinmetz, Lubbock Smith, III and Jeremiah Hatch PUBLISHED JULY 15, 2021 AT 3:54PM. STORY BY JAN OSBORN Some encounters happen by circumstance, and others are intentional, but when Lubbock Smith, III met John D. Steinmetz, it was considered lucky. It was a Saturday morning and both men had decided
NBC 5’s Vince Sims talks to Camp Exposure founder, Lubbock Smith III and Vista Bank President, CEO and co-founder of Camp Exposure, John Steinmetz in today’s Community Conversation: A Call for Change. Click here to read the full article.
Featured in: Tearsheet.coRIVKA ABRAMSON | JULY 16, 2021 Dallas-based Vista Bank, which has 15 locations throughout Texas, participates in and donates to local events surrounding financial literacy. It also launched a campaign earlier this year where every Friday it shares a piece of financial advice on social media. The bank also plans to leverage
Photo Credit: Jake Dean/Dallas Business JournalFormer First Choice Emergency Room location now used as COVID 19 testing location in Highland Village. Featured in: WFAAOriginal Author: Dallas Business JournalPublished: 5:00 PM CDT August 15, 2021Updated: 5:00 PM CDT August 15, 2021 Just as North Texas seemed to be heading into a post-COVID world, the
By Catherine Leffert – Staff Writer, Dallas Business JournalJul 19, 2021, 7:54pm EDT As the COVID-19 pandemic pressured financial institutions to hit the gas on advancing technological capabilities, smaller local banks enlisted third-party and financial technology companies to penetrate the digital market. Local bank leaders said the relationship between traditional financial institutions and