ViewPoint/LegacyTexas Merger  |  Management Team

Company Overview

We are a commercially oriented, North Texas community bank serving local entrepreneurs, businesses and families for more than 60 years. With over $8 billion in assets and 44 locations in 19 North Texas cities, we’re also one of the largest locally based banks in the area. While those numbers are significant, our relationships are even more so. We believe in our customers. Their goals. Their dreams. Their ambitions for tomorrow. And since 1952, we’ve been doing whatever it takes to support them as they advance in business and life.

Fast Facts

Chairman: Anthony LeVecchio

President/CEO: Kevin Hanigan

Headquarters: Plano, Texas

Parent Company: LegacyTexas Financial Group, Inc.

Stock ticker: NASDAQ: LTXB 

Year Founded: 1952

Lines of Business: Personal banking, business banking, commercial banking, corporate banking, commercial real estate, warehouse lending, mortgage, and title services

Subsidiaries/Divisions: LegacyTexas Title, LegacyTexas Investment Group

Retail Bank Locations: 44 in seven North Texas counties (Collin, Dallas, Denton, Jack, Parker, Tarrant and Wise Counties).

Serving the communities of Addison, Allen, Carrollton, Coppell, Dallas, Euless, Farmers Branch, Flower Mound, Fort Worth, Frisco, Garland, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Jacksboro, Lake Highlands, McKinney, Oak Cliff, Park Cities, Plano, Richardson, Runaway Bay, Weatherford and Wylie.

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Commercial Real Estate Offices: 2 (Plano and Houston)


Assets: $8 billion

Deposits: $4.3 billion

Total Loans: $4.8 billion

Safety and Soundness Ratings

LegacyTexas consistently ranks high in safety and soundness ratings by the following independent companies:

BauerFinancial Star Rating: SUPERIOR

BankRate Safe and Sound Star Rating: SUPERIOR


In 2015, ViewPoint Bank and LegacyTexas Bank joined forces with the shared goal of bringing Texas banking back to Texas, leveraging the past while building a bright future together.


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