North Texas is home to a diverse business climate, from burgeoning startups to rapidly expanding middle market companies to nearly two dozen Fortune 500 companies.
But no matter what industry they represent or how large they are, financial services are key to these companies and their employees. Booming businesses are good for venture capitalists, private equity firms, banks, accountants and hedge funds seeking to lend, invest, and manage finances.
And as businesses flourish, so do their employees, fueling opportunities for banks, accountants, investment managers and wealth management firms seeking to grow their client bases.
In fact, North Texas has become a competitive market for finance and financial services firms jockeying to get their share of business from local companies and clients.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if we double in the next two years. It would not surprise me one bit,” Brian Enzler, market executive director for BMO Harris Bank, said of the company’s opportunity in North Texas. BMO established a presence in North Texas in 2016 to get ahead of other banks looking to expand into the region.
With those factors in mind, the Dallas Business Journal is unveiling the sixth set of executives in its Network 200, highlighting leaders at local finance and financial services companies. They represent firms ranging from banks to private equity firms to wealth managers.
These leaders were selected by the DBJ editorial staff because of the roles they're playing at new, ground-breaking or ever-evolving businesses in their industries. The Network 200 are decision makers that are not only guiding the industry in a variety of verticals but are also accessible experts in their craft.
The Network 200 furthers the DBJ’s central mission: To help our readers strengthen their businesses and further their careers.
We invite you to read more about the leaders you need to know in North Texas’ technology sector with the slideshow above.
You can see more leaders that you should know from the Dallas Business Journal's Network 200 here:
- Network 200: Real estate
- Network 200: Manufacturing and logistics
- Network 200: Technology
- Network 200: Economic development
- Network 200: Health care
Be sure to keep an eye out for future Network 200 stories featuring local leaders in other businesses.
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