Chartwell Partners is pleased to announce that Dean Glassberg was recently appointed Executive Vice President and Executive Credit Officer of Veritex Community Bank. As Executive Credit Officer, Glassberg will be responsible for managing the underwriting/credit analyst teams in the bank’s major markets of Dallas and Houston. Glassberg will oversee underwriting and credit analysis decisions of complex commercial and consumer loans and commitments. Glassberg joins Veritex from First Midwest Bank in Chicago where he served as Executive Vice President and Commercial Banking Chief Administrative Officer.
In addition, Sarai Martinez joined Veritex as Senior Vice President and Director of Credit Underwriting. Martinez was most recently C&I Commercial Underwriting Manager / Market Credit Risk Officer of BBVA Compass Bank.
“Dean and Saria are continuing examples of Veritex hiring exceptional talent from larger institutions which can help chart the path toward future growth. We are delighted to have partnered on these searches and help bring Dean and Sarai to this great platform where they can continue to grow professionally,” said Scott Petty, Managing Partner of Chartwell Partners’ Financial Services Practice.
About Veritex Community Bank
Founded in 2010, Veritex is one of the ten largest banks headquartered in the state of Texas. Veritex became a publicly-traded company in 2014 and in 2020 was listed on Fortune’s 100 Fastest Growing Companies. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, they’ve built a bank forever rooted in truth, transparency, and uncompromising integrity.
About Chartwell Partners
Chartwell Partners is a retained senior executive and board of director search firm. Founded in 2005, the firm serves a variety of industries across the nation. Chartwell’s Financial Services Practice, led by Scott Petty, has conducted more than 300 successful executive search assignments for over 50 clients during the last decade. The team prides themselves on their reputation of consistency, confidentiality, and long-term success of their placements.