Craig Scheef

Craig Scheef is the Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Texas Security Bank. He has over 29 years of banking experience including Loan Team Leader for middle market lending at Wells Fargo Bank and President of Business Banking at Bank of Texas for the Dallas and Houston markets.

Craig is a native Texan and graduated from Plano Senior High School. He played football at East Central University and was named Who’s Who Among America’s College and University Students. He was an Academic All-American in football and a member of the Dean’s and President’s Honor roles. Craig graduated with a BBA in Marketing. He went on to receive his MBA in Finance from the University of North Texas and was in the top 5% of the MBA students at UNT.

Texas Security Bank is one of the fastest growing and most profitable banks in the United States, with over $400.0 million in assets. The Bank operates on one single focused mission: To Elevate the Champions of Free Enterprise. In 2015 Texas Security Bank was featured in Forbes Magazine and the Dallas Business Journal as No. 5 on the 2015 Healthiest Banks in America. In 2017 Texas Security Bank received a 5-Star Rating by Bauer Financial as one of the strongest banks in the Nation. Craig will be featured as a Dallas Business Leader in this month’s Fortune Magazine.

Craig is the former President of the Swiss Avenue Historical District, former Chairman of the Executive Committee of the East Central University Foundation, member of the Greater Dallas Assembly and member of the Dallas Chief Executive Round Table. When he is not overseeing the growth of his bank, Craig and his wife, Christy enjoy travel, snow skiing, sporting events, community involvement and volunteering time to various East Dallas non-profit organizations.

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