Vantage Bank Texas is a financial institution headquartered in San Antonio, Texas with full service banking centers in Laredo, McAllen, Hondo and Refugio.
We are focused on providing dedicated banking services to small and medium size commercial businesses by offering a full range of traditional banking products along with the technologically advanced products of larger institutions.
At Vantage Bank Texas we are committed to South Texas, and invite you to consider us a reliable source for all of the specialized financial counseling, banking products and services you need.
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Our Mission is to build value for our employees, customers and shareholders by developing long-term relationships through a team of caring people capable of listening to, understanding and satisfying customer needs in a dependable, sound and disciplined banking culture.
Vantage Bancorp, Inc. (formerly Family Bancorp, Inc.), the holding company for Vantage Bank Texas, was established in September of 2006. In 2007, Family Bancorp purchased the First National Bank of Refugio, a full-service community bank headquartered in Refugio, Texas. Shortly after, the First National Bank of Refugio started doing business under the name San Antonio National Bank (SANB). On February 17, 2012, San Antonio National Bank was rebranded to Vantage Bank Texas. On July 20, 2012, the holding company was also rebranded from Family Bancorp, Inc. to Vantage Bancorp, Inc.
American Bankers Association, Asociación de Empresarios Mexicanos, Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, Independent Bankers Association of Texas, Laredo Chamber of Commerce, McAllen Chamber of Commerce, Refugio Lions Club, Refugio Chamber of Commerce, RMA, San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and Stone Oak Business Association.
Personal and Business: Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts, Money Market Accounts, Certificates of Deposit, Debit Cards, Internet Banking and Loans.
Cash Management Services: Remote Deposit Capture (RDC), Positive Pay, Online Wires and Automatic Clearing House (ACH).
At Vantage Bank Texas, we surround ourselves with the best and brightest in the banking industry so we can provide our customers with the knowledge they need to navigate today’s financial terrain. Get to know our leadership family through the links below.
Are you capable, confident, and committed? Vantage Bank Texas is always looking for individuals who show the “three Cs” you need to be one of our expert bankers. Our rapidly growing, well-capitalized and expanding community bank is owned and operated by Texans like you. Vantage Bank Texas offers the exciting, challenging and rewarding atmosphere you need to grow, develop and thrive as a professional. Just as we take the time to listen and understand our customers, we work together to make sure all employees can make the most of the opportunities they encounter. If you think Vantage Bank Texas is what you’re looking for, come join an organization that was recognized in 2008 and 2009 by the San Antonio Business Journal as one the best places to work in San Antonio.
Vantage Bank Texas takes the time to take care of its employees. We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
We do not have any positions available at Vantage Bank Texas at this time.
To send your resume to Vantage Bank Texas, please forward your cover letter and resume to our human resource department: HR@vantagebank.com
Vantage Bank Texas is an EEO/M/F/D/V employer. At Vantage Bank Texas all directors, officers and/or employees are required to report identified suspicious activity and follow laws, rules and regulations as they pertain to Compliance, including but not limited to:
Non-Compliance to these policies is otherwise considered a Bank Policy violation which could be grounds for disciplinary action leading up to and including immediate termination. All directors, officers and/or employees are subject to civil and criminal penalties for noncompliance with BSA and other related regulatory requirements that could lead up to prison terms of 20 years per offense and multi-million dollars in fines. Willful blindness is not an option for any director, officer and/or employee of the Bank; and is understood by law where an individual seeks to avoid civil and criminal liability for a wrongful act (Any Illegal or Fraudulent Act) by intentionally putting him or herself in a position where the individual would be unaware of facts which would render otherwise any type of liability.