January 1, 2019   |   DALLAS, TX

Veritex Bank Completes Acquisition of Green Bank and is Now One of the 10 Largest Banks Headquartered in Texas

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Veritex Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: VBTX), the holding company for Veritex Community Bank, completed its acquisition of Houston-based Green Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for Green Bank, on January 1st, 2019. This is Veritex’s seventh acquisition in its eight-year history, making it one of the ten largest banks headquartered in Texas. Veritex Bank now has 43 full-service branch locations in Texas, with a concentration in the DFW and Houston metroplexes.

Green Bancorp reported total assets of $4.4 billion, total deposits of $3.4 billion, and total equity capital of $490.2 million, as of the end of the third quarter of 2018. The combined company will have approximately $8 billion in assets.

“Our vision for Veritex Community Bank is to continue to build the highest quality community-focused business bank in Texas. The acquisition of Green aligns with our vision to acquire highly-profitable, quality Texas banks with talented management teams,” said Veritex Chairman and Chief Executive Officer C. Malcolm Holland. “This acquisition more than doubles our size in terms of employees, assets and branch locations, and enhances our value proposition to be the bank of choice for businesses in our markets.”

About Veritex Bank

Veritex Community Bank is a mid-sized community bank serving its customers with a full suite of banking products and services. Veritex bank has total assets of approximately $8 billion. Veritex bank specializes in providing depository and credit services to retail and small- to mid-size businesses. The name “Veritex” is derived from the Latin word “veritas,” meaning truth, and “Texas.” Veritex bank was founded in 2010 and now has 43 branches located in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Honey Grove and Houston and one located in Louisville, KY.

Forward-Looking Statements

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