The Private Bank at PlainsCapital Adds SVP/Senior Wealth Administrator

Shelly Shults Chambers will oversee wealth management, trust, and estate administration services for individuals, foundations, endowments, and organizations within the Dallas-Fort Worth area and will be based at PlainsCapital’s Fort Worth location.

Shelly Shults Chambers has joined The Private Bank at PlainsCapital as Senior Vice President and Senior Wealth Administrator.

She will oversee wealth management, trust, and estate administration services for individuals, foundations, endowments, and organizations within the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the bank said. Chambers will be based at PlainsCapital’s Fort Worth location at 3707 Camp Bowie Blvd.

“Shelly’s vast experience in financial services makes her a strong addition to the team,” Rich Wyatt, EVP, chief investment officer, and chief operating officer of The Private Bank, said in a statement. “We’re confident her background and expertise will be very beneficial to our clients as she helps them navigate through the complexities of their financial, trust, and estate planning needs.”

Chambers has more than 34 years of financial services experience in Texas and most recently, she spent five years as a vice president and trust administrator at Frost Bank.

“I’m thrilled to join this esteemed team at PlainsCapital,” Chambers said in a statement. “I look forward to serving The Private Bank’s clients in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to help them achieve their long-term financial goals.”

PlainsCapital Bank is the sixth-largest Texas-headquartered bank by deposit market share and operates 59 Texas branches and has roughly 1,040 employees. It offers commercial lending, treasury management, small business banking, private banking, and trust and wealth management services.

PlainsCapital Bank said it empowers responsive, local decision making in each of its major markets: Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Lubbock, the Rio Grande Valley, and San Antonio.

PlainsCapital Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hilltop Holdings.

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