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Comerica Bank has created a business banking team to serve the southern sector of Dallas County

Comerica Bank has created a business banking team to serve the southern sector of Dallas County
Comerica Bank has created a business banking team to serve the southern sector of Dallas County

DALLAS , Sept. 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Comerica Bank has named Trent Sampson, Jerry Collazo and Adriana Najera to its newly formed South Dallas Business Banking team led by Group Manager Derrick Hicks.

Comerica Bank has named Trent Sampson (left), Jerry Collazo (back center) and Adriana Najera (center) to its newly formed South Dallas Business Banking team led by Group Manager Derrick Hicks (right).

“As a leading bank in business, it is imperative that we raise our expectations of the communities in which we live and serve,” said Amanda Mahaney, Comerica Bank Dallas Market President. “For many years, we have provided retail banking services and made community investments in the South Dallas community. Now, Derrick and his team will focus on finding access to capital solutions for underserved entrepreneurs and small businesses.”

Hicks, who joined the bank earlier this year, said he has assembled a team that best represents the diverse communities the group serves.

“This solid foundation will help our team build trust and build key relationships as we continually work to bridge the financial gap between traditional lending and meeting the needs of businesses across our footprint.”

Sampson, who will serve as DFW South Senior Relationship Manager, has been a fixture in the North Texas commercial banking community as well as in Comerica for more than 25 years. A graduate of Southern (La.) University, he earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and economics and later completed his studies at Southern Methodist University Southwestern Graduate School of Banking. Sampson volunteers for the North Texas Food Bank and teaches personal finance courses in low- to moderate-income communities as a member of Comerica’s Financial Education Brigade.

Collazo, a business banking relationship manager, has worked in banking for more than 15 years. A graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington, he holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology with a minor in Spanish. Collazo is active in the community, participating in financial education panels for SCORE in Dallas and Fort Worth and the Dallas Mexican Consulate Office.

Najera assumes the role of senior loan associate after serving as a member of Comerica’s retail banking team for nearly three years. In addition to her day-to-day responsibilities, Najera is a member of Comerica’s North Texas Women’s Forum and Mi Gente Employee Resource Group (ERG), designed to recruit and retain talent as well as provide opportunities for personal and professional development among women and Latinos. employees, respectively.

The South Dallas Business Banking team is based in Comerica’s RL Thornton Building (5201 E. RL Thornton; Dallas, TX 75223).

Comerica Incorporated (NYSE: CMA) is a financial services company headquartered in Dallas, Texas and strategically aligned through three business segments: Commercial Bank, Retail Bank and Wealth Management. Comerica focuses on relationships, and helping people and businesses succeed. In addition to Texas, Comerica Bank locations can be found in Arizona, California, Florida and Michigan, operating select businesses in several other states, as well as Canada and Mexico. Comerica reported total assets of $86.9 billion as of June 30, 2022.

Source Comerica Bank

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