Texan Bank to open River Oaks location later this year

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Texan Bank will open a River Oaks location at 3736 Westheimer Road later this fall. The Houston-based community-focused bank, with branch locations in Sugar Land, Clear Lake and Friendswood, recently reached over $330 million in assets, according to a news release. “River Oaks is the ideal first step in kicking off our planned expansion efforts,” CEO Kenny Koncaba said in a release. www.texanbank.com
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