Eddie Broussard

Eddie Broussard 

Eddie Broussard has been named regional president of Texas Capital Bank in Fort Worth, a role he assumed in September 2019 after serving as interim market leader for a year prior. He leads the Fort Worth team, drives Commercial and Corporate Banking in Tarrant County, and coordinates efforts with the bank’s Commercial Real Estate, Private Wealth, and other products and functional partners in the West Texas region.

Broussard brings more than 30 years of corporate banking and financial leadership experience with skills in building market share, business development, strategic planning, negotiations, and operations management.

Prior to joining Texas Capital Bank in 2013 in the Fort Worth Corporate Banking group, Broussard held several executive roles at Drillers Service Inc, for more than 11 years, including vice president and chief operating officer, where he led all financial, operational, and sales functions for the wholesale distribution company. Before that, he was the chief financial officer of Preferred Pump & Equipment for six years.

Broussard’s commitment to the greater Tarrant County community includes leadership roles with several non-profit partners. He currently serves as the chairman of Downtown Fort Worth Inc., and holds board seats for the Fort Worth and Arlington Chambers of Commerce as well as the local Junior Achievement. He acts as an advisory council board member of Texas Tech University’s Rawls College of Business.

Broussard earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University.

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