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SCBX ANNOUNCED 2022 NET PROFIT OF BAHT 37.5 BILLION
Bangkok: SCB X Public Company Limited (SCBX) reported consolidated net profit of Baht 37.5 billion in 2022, a 5.5% increase yoy, mainly due to strong net interest income growth, cost management discipline, and lower provisions. Nevertheless, it was offset by a decline in the fee and investment-related income.
For 2022, net interest income rose 13.3% yoy to Baht 107.9 billion, following an increase in net interest margin under the growth strategy towards quality loans and upward interest rate trend. Meanwhile, overall loans expanded 3.3% from the previous year.
Fee and other income stood at Baht 44.9 billion, down 4.7% yoy due to the slowdown in wealth management business. Investment and trading income also dropped 79.1% yoy to Baht 1.7 billion due to extreme volatility in the money and capital markets.
Operating expenses increased 9.9% yoy to Baht 69.9 billion, mainly on the back
of increasing business activities and restructuring efforts under the ‘Mothership’ strategy. However, the cost-to-income ratio remained at an appropriate level of 45.2%, a slight increase from the previous year.
The Company set aside provisions of Baht 33.8 billion for 2022, down 19.5% yoy, thanks to proactive measures and prudent approach to credit quality management implemented since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the recovery in business sectors. The non-performing loan (NPL) coverage ratio increased to 159.7%.
The NPL ratio eased to 3.34% at the end of 2022, from 3.79% at the end of 2021, largely due to a comprehensive debt restructuring program under the Bank of Thailand’s framework and effective NPL management. The capital adequacy ratio also remained strong at 18.9%.
Arthid Nanthawithaya, Chief Executive Officer of SCBX, commented:
“In 2022, SCBX completed the restructuring efforts under the ‘Mothership’ strategy and we’re ready to move towards our goal to become a technology company with steady growth. In the next 1-2 years, we will emphasize leapfrogging of digital-lending businesses, following preparations of talents and business strategies. For SCB Bank, we will continue to proceed with the ‘Be a Better Bank’ strategy, to achieve quality growth at a lower cost base. Our technology and digital asset businesses will adopt a prudent investment approach, taking into consideration market conditions. Regarding financial performance in 2022, SCBX continued its growth momentum and maintained financial stability by adopting appropriate risk management under extreme volatility in the capital market. Looking forward, we believe SCBX and its portfolio companies can enjoy significant growth potential thanks to the ‘Mothership’ strategy and overall business recovery.”
DANVILLE — Resident Derek Cooper asked city officials for answers at Tuesday night’s Danville City Council meeting after having been stopped by the Danville Police Department nine times since 2018.
Cooper, 59, who is Black and a veteran, is a former Decatur resident who relocated to Danville in 2010 to take advantage of the services offered at the Veterans Affairs Illiana Health Care System. He’s a 16-year decorated combat Army Ranger. He’s been employed at Quaker Oats since 2013.
Cooper said his 17-year-old son won’t ride in his car with him because of the number of times he’s been stopped by police.
Cooper said if he’s done something wrong, he will own up to it. Out of the nine stops, he’s received one ticket.
He said his wife wanted to have a meeting with then Mayor Scott Eisenhauer when the traffic stops started.
If the police are trying to scare him, “I’m afraid,” Cooper said.
He said police officers who are fellow veterans understand the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder effects he is suffering from.
Cooper asked city officials if he can meet with someone “where we can get this handled.”
He asked if it’s his car, himself or if he’s driving on the wrong side of town, about why he’s being stopped.
“I just need some kind of answers, man,” Cooper said.
Aldermen were given a list of the traffic stops starting in March 2018 and going to March 2022. Reasons cited for the stops: lights off; no complete stop at a stop sign; traveling 34 mph in a 30-mph zone; no turn signal; rear plate light out/dirty; obstructed vision, air freshener hanging from rear view mirror; crossing solid white line; and speeding.
Aldermen also were provided a letter from Cooper’s clinical psychologist on Cooper’s PTSD.
Cooper is concerned another traffic stop could lead him to being harmed in some way. It could push him to an emotional state that could lead to his death. He might overreact which could cause a police officer to overreact, according to Cooper.
In addition, the council heard from former alderman Lloyd Randle on behalf of Cooper.
Randle said Cooper came to him because Cooper recalled a conversation they had regarding Randle’s attempts to have the city conduct a formal traffic stop study. The City of Urbana commissioned a study which reviewed traffic and pedestrian stops of minorities.
Randle said an Illinois Department of Transportation search today regarding traffic stops involving African-Americans in Danville is telling.
“African-Americans are at least five times stopped more than other subgroups in this community,” Randle said.
Randle asked the city for a six-year review, to hire an independent firm, to review data and appoint an independent commission to determine whether race plays a factor in traffic stops.
He asked aldermen to ask the question whether African-Americans are being stopped more based on the percentage of the population in our community.
Mayor Rickey Williams Jr. said the city takes complaints seriously and it does everything it can to address citizen concerns. However, he, nor the mayor’s office or Human Relations Administrator Sandra Finch had been informed of Cooper’s allegations prior to Tuesday.
“We were just notified of this today. We haven’t had any opportunity to investigate or assist,” Williams said.
Williams too said as a former alderman, Randle knows the procedure in filing a police complaint. No one had spoken with Police Chief Chris Yates about the matter either, Williams said.
Ward 3 Alderwoman Sharon Pickering asked that the city meet with Cooper.
In other public comments, the city council heard from resident Brad Bergman about having the council revisit the city ordinance to allow trailers to be parked in resident’s private driveways.
Danville Community Development Administrator Logan Cronk also announced that money is still available for small businesses which lost revenue from COVID-19.
In other business, the council approved:
- A $1 million professional services agreement with the Farnsworth Group Inc. for stormwater management projects.
- A $230,830 professional services agreement with Lochmueller Group for completion of a Vermilion County Safety Action Plan for the Danville Area Transportation Study. The Vermilion County Highway Department will reimburse the city for up to $30,000 for the plan costs.
- The appointments of Zach Gwinn and Sharda Pascal to the Danville Public Library Board; and reappointing Tara Auter to the David S. Palmer Arena board, Marilyn Blanton to the Historic Preservation Commission and Harsha Gurujal to the Vermilion Housing Authority board.
- A five-year subscription for new police officer body-worn cameras and supporting equipment for $35,147 this fiscal year and $33,492 for each of the following four years for 50 Digital Ally body-worn cameras and three body-worn camera docking stations.
- Purchasing 934 N. Gilbert St. for Kirchner Building Center’s move for $55,000 from Kent and Joan Janesky.
- Amending the fiscal year 2022-2023 streets budget for salt purchased last year.
DANVILLE — A third cannabis dispensary will not be opening in the city in the Lynch Road corridor.
The Danville City Council Tuesday night denied Parkway Dispensary’s special-use permit request to open a dispensary north of Sunnyside Dispensary.
The council voted 6-7 for it, with the vote failing, with aldermen Carolyn Wands, James Poshard, Mike Puhr, Ethan Burt, Eve Ludwig, Sharon Pickering and Robert Williams voting ‘no’ and aldermen Mike O’Kane, Heidi Wilson, Rick Strebing, Tricia Teague, Alesia Ford and Bob Iverson voting ‘yes.”
Alderman Darren York was absent due to a family member passing away.
The vote came after Mayor Rickey Williams Jr. provided the majority 8th vote needed to change the city’s zoning ordinance to allow one or more cannabis dispensaries that are authorized or licensed pursuant to the Social Equity and/or Social Equity Justice Lottery to locate within 1,500 feet of each other and/or within 1,500 feet of an Early Approval Adult Use cannabis dispensary. Current ordinance allows one, and the city already has approved Seven Point’s across the road from Sunnyside.
City officials said they were following state law with the ordinance change.
The zoning ordinance change received 6 “no” votes from Wands, Poshard, Puhr, Burt, Ludwig and Williams; and 7 “yes” votes from Ford, Pickering, Iverson, O’Kane, Wilson, Strebing and Teague.
Williams said this was the first time he’s had to provide a tie-breaking vote, as he cast the 8th “yes” vote.
Parkway Dispensary’s Ambrose Jackson, chairman and CEO with the owner The 1937 Group, said he was “very disheartened” with the council’s vote and will be looking at another city in this area to open the dispensary.
Jackson said they will be exploring their options, but have a timeline to move quickly due to the time already spent on this.
Iverson said the public didn’t seem overly concerned with adding another dispensary in the Lynch Road corridor. He said he wasn’t enthusiastic about it, but didn’t see why the city shouldn’t go along with it. Other similar businesses, such as grocery stores and others, locate close to each other and compete for customers.
Teague too said the market dictates whether or not there are customers. Every time she drives by Sunnyside, she sees people standing in line around the building.
“There’s obviously demand,” she said, adding that she believes many people are coming across the state line. She understands why another cannabis dispensary wants to locate there.
O’Kane said he doesn’t want another dispensary, but he’d rather have the cannabis dispensaries located in that area to have some control over them and keep an eye on them.
Mayor Williams said city officials had not wanted the dispensaries near residential areas in the city.
He added that other possible areas of the city have had high prices for the land or the license holders weren’t interested in the locations. They want to be near the interstate.
Resident Vince Koers said the city would be giving up vacant land near the casino that could be for something better, possibly another more profitable business.
City officials said the land hadn’t been developed in the past, and the developers were willing to build a roadway extension behind Sunnyside to the new dispensary and potentially open up even more retail space and go to the intersection proposed by the casino.
Puhr said having three cannabis dispensaries will saturate the market, like with video gaming.
“I just can’t see how the community can support it,” Puhr said.
He knows the city will lose sales tax revenue by not having it, but he doesn’t think the city would see any additional revenue coming in.
Jackson said the argument is baseless about more dispensaries saturating the area. More competition means better quality and lower prices, he said.
Teague said it’s the state who has issued four licenses for the Danville metropolitan area which includes Tilton and other areas in Vermilion County.
Strebing said he’d like to see a cannabis dispensary in the southern part of the city, and one around Wal-Mart.
Wands asked, “when is enough, enough?”
The council also heard opposition to the zoning ordinance change and special-use permit from Seven Point Dispensary’s Vanessa Dotson. Seven Point plans to build the city’s second dispensary this year across the street from Sunnyside.
She said two dispensaries will be enough to handle the customer business. They hope to break ground in March or April and finish construction this year.
She said they want to avoid oversaturating the area with cannabis businesses, and she too said little if any additional revenue will come to the city with the additional dispensary.
Danville Community Development Administrator Logan Cronk said they don’t know yet about a development boom in the Lynch Road corridor with the casino.
City officials also weren’t sure Seven Point was going to open, but Cronk said they hope Seven Point is successful.
He said one of the reasons the zoning commission voted to recommend approving Parkway Dispensary’s special-use permit was that positive growth outweighed any negatives.
Also at Tuesday night’s meeting, the council honored former fire chief Don McMasters for his 27 years with the city; first Black alderwoman Brenda Brown; former alderman Steve Foster, who served 27 years on the council; and former alderman R.J Davis, who was one of the plaintiffs who changed Danville’s form of government, with awards. Mayor Williams said COVID-19 prevented them from honoring their service. Brown said don’t be surprised if she runs again in 2025. Former aldermen Steve Nichols and Sharon McMahon will be honored at another time.
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One Whanganui real estate company is going to try auctioning off 28 properties in one day next month.
But one property pundit warns people trying to sell their houses under the hammer will need to
Kayla B. Calico and Justin R. Calico to Cameron Wesley Thomas and Brianna Chamaine Branham, Greenbrier Subdivision, $202,000
Jamie Lea Hall and Kyle Perrault to Lindsey Danielle Brown, Stoney Creek Subdivision, $225,000
LP Construction, LLC to James William Hatfield and Julie M. Hatfield, Shiloh Cove Subdivision, $369,900
Betty Williams to Brian K. Hatmaker and Teresa A. Hatmaker, Oaks Subdivision, $373,500
Gary Paul Peretti to Kenny Combs and Larry Combs, Dixie Glade Acres Subdivision, $36,000
Timothy Snow and Rosalie Snow to Lauren Whitaker, Shiloh Crest Subdivision, $390,000
Ballinger’s Apartments, LLC to Sipple Investments Properties, LLC, Tract Plat 3/176, $450,000
April Pergrem to James J. Blake and Amie B. Blake, Lake Ridge Estates, $2,700,000
Sara K. Combs and Dale W. Combs to Luther J. Cottrell, Jr. and Shelia Cottrell, Crossings Subdivision, $38,000
Ross the Realtor, LLC to Kentucky Property Ventures, LLC, Tract Madison Co., $20,000
Richmond Dev. Co., LLC to Brian Charles, Trustee for and on behalf of the Brian Charles Living Trust, Tracts Madison Co., $450,000
Houghton Homes, LLC to Amber S. Ruffner, Arbor Woods Subdivision, $313,000
John Lyndon Marcum to Justin Morgan Hunter, Sierra Hunter, and Marsha L. Hunter, Tracts Madison Co., $413,500
Solace Properties, LLC to Matthew Riddell, Tracts Madison Co., $140,000
Johnny Ray Francis to Lisa Walker, Sugarville Meadows Subdivision, $192,500
Edward E. Smith and Lynne E. Smith to Joshua Bernard Cobb and Kendal McCloud Cobb, Lot 16 Plat 23/181, $58,500
Charolette Keathley to Karen Ann Darling and Patrick Kerry Holloway, Lot 7-10 P1/5, $165,000
Patricia Swanagin by Michael Swanagin as Guardian to Rittco, LLC, Stateland Subdivision, $50,000
Bruce Cope Builders, Inc. to Karl K. Karkaria and Dusty R. Karkaria, Shiloh Pointe Subdivision, $737,000
Ronald Howell and Lynoda Howell to Dallas Merrill, Lot A Plat 9/399, $283,000
K & L Developers, LLC to Dywalt Properties, LLC, Grey Oaks Subdivision, $39,000
Bonnie Alexander and Kenneth Stanifer to Earl Alexander and Betty Alexander, Lot 1 Plat 30/267, $160,000
Mitchell Glen Abney and Mary Morgan Abney to Melissa Brewer, Tract Plat 30/206, $4,000
Marcus Sparks and Sherry Sparks to Anthony Blake Well and Harley Nicole Webb, Tract C Plat 30/97, $85,400
WW Investments, LLC to Wilson Associates, Inc., Lots Windsor Subdivision, $132,000
Denise Brinkley Oliver as Executrix of the Estate of Douglas Young Oliver and Brandy Oliver Brown, Executrix of the Estate of Roger Marion Oliver to Jesse Isaacs, Herndon Lane Acres, $31,000
Short Carpentry and Construction, Inc. to Michael Kevin McAfee and Celeste Carter-McAfee as co-trustees of The Mc-Afee-Carter Living Trust, Prairie View @ Twin Lakes, $262,000
Tyler Scott Frazier and Nicole Frazier to Louis Bertrand Thomas III and Lori Thomas, Tract 1 Plat 30/243, $45,000
Doll Properties, LLC to Mark Allen Walters and Ines Marie Walters, Golden Leaf Condo, $200,000
Doll Properties, LLC to Extreme Plumbling, LLC, Golden Leaf Condo, $200,000
Short Carpentry and Construction, Inc. to Ken-Tuk Solutions, LLC, Richmond Invetment Co. Addition, $250,000
LP Construction, LLC to Jamilyn Boots, Magnolia Pointe Subdivision, $401,400
Kristopher Laskowski and Mallory rose Waldman Laskowski to Suzanne Marie Fitzsimons, Magnolia Pointe Subdivision, $400,000
Glenmore Renfro and Linda L. Renfro to Kimberly Winkler, Tract Madison Co., $35,000
Estate of Anne G. Carter through Steven Austin Carter, Carolyn Carter Edney and Michael W. Carter to Steven A. Carter and Phyllis Carter, Lot 1 Plat 11/23, $38,000
Doll Properties, LLC to George William Cole and Peggy Leigh Cole, Ash Park Subdivision, $555,000
Ashley T. Parker to Spence B. Aguiar, Shady Oaks Estates, $390,000
Jimmie R. Woods and Tammy L. Woods to David R. Ratliff and Lesley G. Ratliff, Lot 2 Plat 21/53, $250,000
Just 4 Kids, LLC to Michael J. Damron and Lacey Damron, Fieldstone Subdivision, $399,500
Kevin Hensley and Natasha Hensley to Mary Kay giannotta and John E. Giannotta, Arbor Woods Subdivision, $412,400
Doll Properties, LLC to Chaarvi Vemla, Lot 67C Plat 30/270, $205,000
A&R Contractors, LLC to Melvin Henry Vance, Jr and Jessica Ann Martinovich, Prairie View @ Twin Lakes, $271,000
Darrell Hager to Janet Elliott, Tract US Highway 25, $84,800
Terry r. Fields and Glenda S. Fields to Tracy Logan Tipton and Amber Pearl Tipton, Fieldstone Subdivision, $300,000
Michael Travis Bowles and Brandi Bowles to Jarvis Austin VanWinkle, Eagles Landing Subdivision, $269,000
Lattie B. Lominac to Baldwood Properties, LLC, South Bluegrass Junction, $290,000
Shirley Lainhart to Timothy Swafford, Tract Madison Co., $80,000
Estate of Laura Frances Hissom through her Executrix, Jamie Lynn Hissom Kenny to Shannon Snapp, Southern Hills Subdivision, $170,000
Estate of Omer Ashcraft, Sr. through Brenda Sue Ashcraft, Executrix to Lonzo Wasson and Glenda Wasson, Tract 2 Plat 20/277, $38,500
James C. Leadingham and Lenore T. Leadingham to Thomas J. Zinn and Janet L. Zinn, Lot Plat 26/98, $525,000
Kenneth Eckman Jr. and Jane M. Eckman to Peter John Kobin and Sarah Anne Kobin, Shiloh Cove Subdivision, $389,900
KAP Leasing, LLC to James R. Ochs and Laura G. Ochs, Prairie View @ Twin Lakes, $263,000
MACC, LLC to ARC Truck & Trailer Repair, LLC, Tract Madison Co. $150,000
Ron Durham Builders, LLC to Mason Darby and Kristen Darby, Magnolia Pointe Subdivision, $414,000
Brian Elkins and Kimber Elkins to Sergio A. Perez, Bush Bottom Estates, $220,000
Shauna M. Turner and Kimberly Turner to Randall Adam Coffey and Jaclyn Turner-Coffey, Tract 8 Plat 7/227, $5,000
Little Bethel Primitive Baptist Church and Madison Co. Preservation Society, LLC, Moberlys Addition, $50,000
WW Investments, LLC to Lattie Lominac III, Hickory Hills Subdivision, $400,000
Mason Darby and Kristen Daarby to Ethan Taylor Connelly and Haylee L. Connelly, Greenway Heights Subdivision, $308,000
Foley Development, Inc. to Gibson Lane Property Investments, LLC, Tracts Madison Co., $9,100,000
TCF Properties, LLC to Gibson Lane Property Investments, LLC, Tract Madison Co., $1,450,000
Construction Management Pros of KY, LLC to Christopher Charles Shields and Angela Kristin Martin, Fieldstone Subdivision, $422,000
Jo Hatton to Sarah I. Hatton, Burnamwood Subdivision, $185,000
Ryan Frazier and Tamyra Frazier to Brandon Allen Smith, Hillcrest Subdivision, $244,000
Phillip D. Hatton Successor Trustee of the Virgil R. Hatton Revocable Living Trust to Jordan Louis Vandelinder, Estridgee Subdivision, $130,000
Signature Rentals, LLC to Darryl Virts and Pamela Virts, Bentwood Trace, $280,000
Shane Gregory Blankenship and Lindsey Blankenship to Arnold Adams and Bobbie Adams, Argyll Subdivision, $225,000
Doll Properties, LLC to George William Cole and Peggy Leigh Cole, Ash Park Subdivision, $555,000
Robert Scott Hill, Sr. to Johnathon M. Howard and Lindsay Howard, Hidden Hills Subdivision, $227,500
Kendall M. Cobb and Joshua B. Cobb to Cassandra Hale and Natasha Money, Doves Landing, $251,000
Houghton Homes, LLC to Ashley T. Parker, Arbor Woods, $274,900
Eric Scott Robinson and Kimberly Jo Robinson to Valentine Akoh Mungyeh, Rivendell Subdivision, $24,000
Christopher Shawn Lakes and Nicole Mitchell Lakes to Alicia Myers and Johnathon Myers, Berkley Hall Subdivision, $410,000
Kevin Hunter Phillips and Kristin Shuck to Wilma Joyce Reece, Tract A P15/55, $125,000
Lloyd Michael Miller and Sherri L. Miller to ridgeline Premier Properties, LLC, October Glory @ Golden Leaf Subdivision, $600.000
Jon Matthew Thomas Bullens to Jonathan Wesley Bullens and Traaci Bullens, Lots 16 & 17 P1/79, $90,000
Doll Properties, LLC to Ridgeline Premier Properties, LLC, Golden Leaf Condos, $224,000
Tommy Cope Properties, LLC to John Clifford Gonterman and Vonnie Jean Conterman, Fincastle Subdivision, $299,900
Mary J. Buzbee to Paulette Pecora and Lyle D. Winchester and Patty A. Winchester, Creekside Village, $229,000
St. Andrews Place retirement Community Inc. to William H. Douglas and Paula P. Douglas, St. Andrews Place Condominiums, $238,000
Houghton Homes, LLC to Carole Kay Barzilai, Barbara Barzilai, and Robert Barr, Arbor Woods, $274,900
A&R Contractors, LLC to Madison Brooke Wilson and Arthuo Christopher Villegas, Prairie View @ Twin Lakes, $270,000
James Henderson to Garry Milton Real Estate, Inc., Arbor Woods Subdivision, $285,000
Travis French and Amy French to Adam Tebbe, Lot 6 Plat 21/315, $260,000
Martha J. Wayland Putz to Carol Gilliam and Harry S. Rice, Suncrest Meadows Subdivision, $245,500
Shawn Kendrick and Chasity Kendrick to Nelson J. Phillips and Valerie A. Phillips, Hampton Ridge Subdivision, $225,000
Estate of Andy Luther Garrett through Andrea Anderson, Executrix to Jonathan Garrett, Lot G1, G2, & G3 Plat 15/89, $682,000
Brent J. Shaw and Dana Hanson-Shaw to Cartus Financial Corp., Eagles Landing, $315,000
Cartus Financial Corp. to Cody R. Reid and Anna G. Reid, Eagles Landing, $315,000
Priscilla Bloom as executor of the Estate of David Francis Bloom to Thin Line Investments, LLC, Tract 2 Plat 8/130, $110,000
WW Investments, LLC to Michael Wayne Richardson and Joyce Faye Richardson, Tract A Plat 22/23, $70,000
Gerald Whisman and Tonya Whisman to Landon L. Mayo and Joanna M. Mayo, High Meadows Subdivision, $269,900
Vivian Ann Kineman and Donald R. Griffeth to Jayce Sietz Hutcheson, Covington Woods Subdivision, $280,000
Shannon D. Snapp and Danna Snapp to Kurtis D. Malear and Courtney L. Malear, Braemer Subdivision, $310,000
Austin Wardford to Henry Bach and Connie Bach, Tates Creek Subdivision, $440,000
Mason W. Tackett and Lagonda Tackett to Stephen Doss and Candice Doss, Tract Madison Co., $38,000
The estate of Zella Conner by Kory Odell isaacs of Public Administrator to Stargazer Homes, LLC, Lowery Heights Subdivision, $10,000
David Fish and Misty Fish to Eric Dunaway, Bush Bottom Estates, $215,650
Mary Jane Lakes to BCB Rentals, LLC, Tracts Madison Co., $200,000
Lyndsey Lisle to Kenneth Vitale and Yoshilo Hill, Arbor Woods Subdivision, $314,000
Billie French and William C. Buckley to Dalton Keith Harris, Lot 27A Plat 29/183, $175,000
Sherilene roe Celesti, Successor Trustee o behalf of the Wilbur Brewsaugh and Reva Brewsaugh Revocable Living Trust to Frank Hall Jr. and Teresa Ann Hall, Castlewood Subdivision, $336,250
Mary Conn to Jenna Faye Ramsey, Richard McIntosh Subdivision, $142,000
Paul H. Mays and Janice W. Mays to Timothy W. Miller and Toni Sue Miller, Tract Madison Co., $80,000
KY Heritage Homes, LLC to Leon Langford and Catherine Langford, Fincastle Subdivision, $290,000
Audrey Tina Hall to Jeremy Pool and Michelle Pool, Edgewood Subdivision, $330,000
Wayne John Baldwin and Carol Baldwin to Hayley Cheyenne Hunt, Lot 1 Plat 15/94, $262,500
DALLAS, Jan. 12, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: TCBI), the parent company of Texas Capital Bank (“the Bank”), today announced that Dustin Cosper has been appointed to serve as Head of Commercial Real Estate, effective immediately.
As Head of Commercial Real Estate Mr. Cosper is responsible for driving the execution of the Bank’s real estate strategy while working cohesively with other lines of business to provide full-service solutions to clients. Mr. Cosper will report to Madison Simm, President of Real Estate, who leads the Bank’s Commercial Real Estate, Mortgage Finance, and Homebuilder and Community Finance lines of business.
“Dustin has been an instrumental leader in our Commercial Real Estate organization and has a proven track record of delivering meaningful results to our clients in Texas and across the country,” said Mr. Simm. “As a seasoned real estate banking professional with deep roots in Texas, I am confident that Dustin’s expertise and extensive industry relationships will support our program as it continues to grow while maintaining a differentiated and superior client approach.”
Mr. Cosper has invested 10 years in Texas Capital Bank’s Commercial Real Estate organization, having previously served as Senior Vice President, Group Manager. Prior to Texas Capital Bank, he served as Vice President, Senior Workout Officer for Texas Community Bank in Houston, Texas, leading the special assets team.
Mr. Cosper said, “It is my honor to assume the role of Head of Commercial Real Estate as Texas Capital Bank fulfils its vision of becoming the flagship financial services firm headquartered in Texas. I am looking forward to continuing to build trusted relationships across our core markets that earn us the right to be a client’s first call for their real estate banking needs.”
About Dustin Cosper
Mr. Cosper joined Texas Capital Bank in 2013 in the Commercial Real Estate division, as a Vice President. Over the past five years, he absorbed the Senior Housing portfolio, generated one of the largest books of business in the Bank, and developed its CRE Structured Finance practice. In 2023, Mr. Cosper was appointed to the role of Head of Commercial Real Estate for Texas Capital Bank, responsible for driving the execution of the Bank’s real estate strategy forward.
Prior to Texas Capital Bank, he served as Vice President, Senior Workout Officer for Texas Community Bank in Houston, Texas, leading the special assets team. In his role, Mr. Cosper oversaw the liquidation of criticized and non-performing assets, negotiated real estate sales, and devised litigation and bankruptcy-related strategy and ultimately the liquidation of the bank.
Mr. Cosper earned a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration in Finance and Banking from Sam Houston State University.
About Texas Capital Bank
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: TCBI), a member of the Russell 2000® Index and the S&P MidCap 400®, is the parent company of Texas Capital Bank, a full-service financial services firm that delivers customized solutions to businesses, entrepreneurs, and individual customers. Founded in 1998, the institution is headquartered in Dallas with offices in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Fort Worth, and has built a network of clients across the country. With the ability to service clients through their entire lifecycles, Texas Capital Bank has established commercial banking, consumer banking, investment banking and wealth management capabilities.
TCBI Securities, Inc., doing business as Texas Capital Securities, is a member of FINRA and SIPC and has registered with the SEC and other state securities regulators as a broker dealer. TCBI Securities, Inc. is a subsidiary of Texas Capital Bank. Securities and other investment products offered by TCBI Securities, Inc. are not FDIC insured, may lose value and are not bank guaranteed. For more information, please visit www.texascapitalbank.com.
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BLOOMINGTON — Axis360 Commercial Real Estate Specialists, a new commercial real estate brokerage company, has opened at 3001 1/2 Gill St., Suite A, Bloomington.
Laura Pritts and Meghan O’Neal-Rogozinski, formerly of Coldwell Banker Commercial, opened the business.
Others joining the company are Michael O’Neal, Mike Talkington, Mike Flynn, Thom Jones, Bob Swords and Sue Etherton.
Axis360 specializes in leasing, sales and investment of all commercial asset classes, including office, industrial, retail, restaurants, hospitality, specialty property, apartments and income-producing properties.
Newly listed homes for sale in the Central Illinois area
3 Bedroom Home in Normal – $549,900
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Convenient home located close to highway access and town amenities. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch has an unfinished basement with rough in for a bathroom that walks out to the secluded back yard. No Backyard neighbors!! This home offers 1st floor laundry and a deck off the dining area to enjoy the backyard! Roof and all new appliances in 2016. AC/Furnace approx. 2 years old. Water heater 5-6 years old. Kitchen flooring installed in December 2022. This home is perfect location to get in and out of town while still feeling like country living! Come take a look at this home before it’s GONE!
3 Bedroom Home in Minier – $148,900
Large Ranch with Large room sizes and little to no updating or improvements needed. Roof was done in 2012 and furnace is approximately 5 years old. Kitchen was updated with beautiful Hickory Cabinets custom made in Arthur, Illinois and both baths have been updated with low step showers. All city utilities and whole house generator “just in case”! Age shown is the original home of approximately 500 square feet with everything else added later. There are solid 6 panel wood doors in much of the house and the master bedroom walk-in closet rivals the ones you would see in a much newer home. Home is walking distance to Oly West grade school and neighboring park. The yard is nearly a half-acre in size and the drive is concrete, long and in excellent shape…..would make great basketball court! Garage is only one car but attached and very much oversized, being nearly 30 feet deep and 18 feet wide. Minier offers very convenient access back into Bloomington Normal and Olympia Jr +Sr High School
4 Bedroom Home in Normal – $269,900
Welcome to this 4 bed 2 bath home that is within walking distance to Maxwell Park, Champion Fields, and a dog park. Hardwood throughout Main Floor with a welcoming large family room. On the main level, we have three bedrooms that share a full bath. In the finished basement, we have a large family room with tons of room for entertaining. The large master suite is located in the walkout basement and has a full bath and walk-in closet. The yard is absolutely huge with plenty of room to play and enjoy those summer nights! The garage is 2.5 car that is heated and has an attached dog kennel Professional pics coming Saturday!
2 Bedroom Home in Normal – $175,000
Great Location!!! Ranch-style home right off Vernon ave. In walking distance to ISU campus and the constitution trail. This home has two bedrooms both are on the main level, and one full main bathroom which was renovated in 2019, with a handicapped-equipped shower. The primary bedroom has a great amount of natural light and two closets. The second bedroom was previously used as a part laundry room, with new 2020 washer and dryer upstairs which can easily be moved to the basement where there is the second set of washers and dryers. Sizable open and carpeted living room with fireplace that has never been used. Great size kitchen with ample cabinet/pantry space. Unfinished basement with another fireplace-never used and the second set of washer dryers with one toilet. Large yard space with lovely wooden deck, detached oversized 2 car garage. Roof on home was redone in 2008, garage roof done in 2016. New vinyl siding on home done in 2015. HVAC 2010
2 Bedroom Home in Bloomington – $315,000
Enjoy your covered patio that overlooks “The Den” golf course as you look right down the 12th fairway, not to mention getting to take in the sunsets in the west skies! This townhouse style unit is like new…enjoy mature landscaping, all brick exterior, and a simple but easy to use floorplan on this top seller out in prestigious St. Ivans. Kitchen features beautiful granite countertops and opens to the family room, perfect for entertaining or just living. Owner suite has full bath and large walk-in closet. Association Fees cover Snow removal on Street, Lawn care and Underground sprinkler system.
4 Bedroom Home in Bloomington – $429,900
This beautiful 2 story home in the Grove on Kickapoo Creek is perfect in every way, with tons of upgrades over the last year to create a warm, inviting dream home. This open floorpan features wood flooring throughout almost the entire main level, fresh paint, feature walls, updated lighting, hardware and more! The bright kitchen includes white cabinets, beautiful granite counters, a walk in pantry, stainless appliances and tons of light from the triple window over the sink. A front dining/flex room offers plenty of space for a large table and server and features a shiplap wall and new light fixture. The open concept continues thru the family room with plenty of light and an updated fireplace surround. Four bedrooms upstairs including the primary with a decorative wall treatment, barn door, large walk in closet and full bath with double vanity and shower. 3 additional bedrooms upstairs, full bath as well as a convenient laundry room with cabinets and counter area. The fully finished basement provides plenty of entertainment space as well as a 5th bedroom and full bath. The heated garage provides additional storage space with ceiling mounted racks for convenience. out back, the fully fenced, landscaped yard is perfect for relaxing or entertaining under the pergola on the oversized patio!
3 Bedroom Home in Bloomington – $147,500
Lovely house on a large 100’x174′ lot with NO backyard neighbors! 3 Bedrooms and a full bath on each floor. The kitchen features some updated flooring, and recently refinished cabinetry. Detached garage has a single stall and the other side of the garage is a fantastic bonus room with heat and a window AC. The home is centrally located and well maintained, don’t miss out, schedule your showing today!
5 Bedroom Home in Normal – $375,000
Are you looking for privacy? Some acreage? Country living, but close to town? You have found it!! Check out this beautiful split-level home, located just 2 miles east of Towanda Barnes Road, on G.E. Road! With no neighbors to worry about, this home sits on 2 acres, and has a huge 2 1/2 car garage, a large 24 x 24 shed suitable for a boat or RV, and a huge deck! There is so much space in this house, with 5 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, a home office, a huge living room, a family room with walkout patio, and wood-burning fireplace, and the basement has rooms for storage, and anything else you need space for. This home is also located in Unit 5 School area. Sooooo many updates (please ask for the list!). Make this home yours now!
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