May 25, 2016 1:08 PM ET

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Company Overview of Prosperity Bank

Company Overview

Prosperity Bank provides banking products and services to individuals and businesses in Texas and Oklahoma. It offers deposit products that include savings/money market accounts, checking accounts, certificates of deposit, and individual retirement accounts. The company also provides car, home, home equity and home improvement, commercial, small business administration, and other loans. In addition, it offers investment services, ATM services, trust services, merchant services, consumer and corporate credit cards, MasterMoney debit card, telephone banking, online check order, and safe deposits; and electronic deposit/remote deposit capture services; and Internet banking, eStatements, cash ma...

1301 North Mechanic Street

El Campo, TX 77437

United States

Founded in 1949

Phone:

979-543-2200

Fax:

979-543-1906

Key Executives for Prosperity Bank

Senior Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of Prosperity Bancshares Inc and Chief Executive Officer of Prosperity Bancshares Inc
Age: 58
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 59
Chairman and Chief Operating Officer
Age: 70
Area President of West Texas
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Prosperity Bank Key Developments

Prosperity Bank Announces Executive Changes

Prosperity Bancshares Inc. announced the completion of the merger of Tradition Bancshares Inc. with and into Prosperity and the merger of Tradition's wholly owned subsidiary, Tradition Bank with and into Prosperity Bank, all effective on January 1, 2016. Long-time Houston bankers Downy Vickery, Senior Chairman of Tradition Bank, and Craig Wooten, Chairman of Tradition Bank, will join the Prosperity Bank team as Executive Vice Presidents and will focus on lending efforts. Charlie Norris, CEO of Tradition Bank, will become a Regional President and will be responsible for the supervision and management of the former Tradition banking offices.

Prosperity Bancshares, Inc Announces Appointments to Prosperity Bank

Prosperity Bancshares, the parent company of Prosperity Bank, announced the signing of a definitive merger agreement with Tradition Bancshares Inc., the parent holding company of Tradition Bank, headquartered in Houston, Texas, whereby Prosperity will acquire Tradition and Tradition Bank. Long-time Houston bankers Downy Vickery, Senior Chairman of Tradition Bank, and Craig Wooten, Chairman of Tradition Bank, will join the Prosperity Bank team as Executive Vice Presidents and will focus on lending efforts. Charlie Norris, CEO of Tradition Bank, will become a Regional President and will be responsible for the supervision and management of the former Tradition banking offices.

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