Austin Capital Bank CEO is Appointed to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Advisory Council

09/07/2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUSTIN, TX (September 7, 2018) – The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection today announced that it has appointed Austin Capital Bank (ACB) founder, CEO, and President Erik Beguin to the Community Bank Advisory Council for the Bureau. This advisory committee provides advice to Bureau leadership on a broad range of consumer financial […]

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Austin Capital Bank Joins Prime Partner Bank Program

09/05/2018

AUSTIN, Texas — Austin Capital Bank joins the Prime Partner Bank program with The Texas Access to Justice Foundation (TAJF). As a Prime Partner, the Bank makes a direct impact on the funding available to help low-income Texans with their civil legal issues by voluntarily paying higher interest rates for Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts […]

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Austin Capital Bank Makes Inc. Magazine’s 5000 list for the 3rd Time, with Three-Year Revenue Growth of 119 %

08/16/2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUSTIN, TX (August 16, 2017) – Austin Capital Bank (ACB), a 5-star rated and FDIC-insured independent community bank, is honored to announce that it has been named to the Inc. Magazine 5000 list for the third year in a row. The list highlights America’s fastest-growing private companies.ACB’s revenue increased from $3.2 million […]

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Austin Capital Bank CEO is Appointed to Dallas Federal Reserve Bank Advisory Council

03/08/2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUSTIN, TX (March 8, 2018) – The Dallas Federal Reserve Bank today announced that it has appointed Austin Capital Bank (ACB) founder, CEO, and President Erik Beguin to the Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council for the 11th District of the United States Federal Reserve Bank. The Council, composed of representatives from financial […]

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American Banker – A remarkable transformation

05/27/2015

Austin Capital Bank opened its doors in 2006 with a vision to serve an under-served community with forward-thinking products and services. Unfortunately, 2006 also happened to be the worst year in the history of the United States to start a bank. With the almost immediate onset of the global financial crisis and the great recession, […]

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