FirstCapital Bank of Texas Welcomes New EVP/Private Banking Manager

Chip Glispin New EVP/Private Banking Manager at FirstCapital Bank of Texas.

DALLAS, Texas – FirstCapital Bank of Texas (FCB) is proud to announce that Chip Glispin has joined the FCB team. Glispin will serve as an EVP/Private Banking Manager for the financial institution’s private banking sector and will office in Dallas.

Glispin has an extensive 35-year career in the private banking arena and has his BBA in Finance and Accounting from Texas State University and received his MBA from The University of Texas.

“FirstCapital Bank of Texas has a history of providing customers with excellent service and complete financial support while placing the customer’s needs first – above all,” Chip said. “I look forward to joining the team and being an advisor to our private banking clients in achieving their family and life goals.”

“Chip is a welcome addition to our team that will provide the opportunity to rebrand and fully develop our wealth management and trust division into a comprehensive private banking division,” said Jay Isaacs, FCB President. “With a fully developed private bank, we will be able to offer specialized lending, trust, estate planning and investment management services.”

To learn more about FCB and its services, please visit FCBTexas.com.

About FirstCapital Bank of Texas:

With headquarters in Midland, Texas, FirstCapital opened its doors for business on Nov. 17, 1998. FirstCapital is a community bank serving predominantly the people of West Texas, North Texas, the Texas Panhandle and the Texas Hill Country with offices in Amarillo, Burkburnett, Byers, Dallas, Fredericksburg, Henrietta, Horseshoe Bay, Lubbock, Marble Falls, Midland and Wichita Falls. FirstCapital Bank is committed to placing “You above all,” which means we place the well-being of our customers, team members and community above all else. We are here to help you achieve your financial, business and life goals and have the highest quality products and services to help you do just that. Click here to visit the FirstCapital Bank of Texas website.