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Falcon International Bank

Falcon International Bank
Industry Finance and Insurance
Founded 1986
Headquarters Laredo, Texas
Key people
Adolfo E. Gutierrez, Gilbert Narvaez, Jr.
Products Banking, Insurance, Financial Services and Trust Services
Revenue $964 million USD (FY 2008)
Website www.falconbank.com
Falcon International Bank headquarters is a modern 4-story building at the intersection of McPherson and Hillside in Laredo, Texas.
The reflecting pool at Falcon Bank in Laredo

Falcon International Bank[1] is a Texas community bank founded in 1986 and headquartered in Laredo, Texas. Falcon's current owners, the Gutierrez family, acquired the bank in 1995. The institution has since grown from a staff of 20 employees and $52 million in assets to nearly 400 employees and more than $964 million as of March 31, 2009. Falcon International Bank is headed by Adolfo E. Gutierrez, the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, and Gilbert Narvaez, Jr., the current President and Chief Operations Officer.

Currently Falcon stands 81st on Hispanic Business magazine's annual Hispanic 500 directory which lists the 500 largest Hispanic-owned businesses in the U.S. It is currently ranked at 91st on the magazine's second annual directory: The 100 Fastest Growing [U.S.] Companies list.[2]

Locations

Falcon International Bank's Texas branches are located in Laredo, San Antonio, McAllen, Brownsville, Eagle Pass, Del Rio and Buda with a Loan Production Office in Harlingen and also maintains two representative offices in Monterrey and Guadalajara, Mexico.

Brownsville, Texas 2
Buda, Texas 1
Del Rio, Texas 2
Eagle Pass, Texas 2
Harlingen, Texas 1
Laredo, Texas 5
McAllen, Texas 3
San Antonio, Texas 3
Monterrey, Nuevo León 1
Guadalajara, Jalisco 1


Total: 21 Branches

References

  1. ^ Falcon International Bank Home Page
  2. ^ About Falcon International Bank

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