James Dondero, a Dallas Business and Philanthropy Leader

James Dondero is well known in the business corridors and among the civic leaders and philanthropic community of Dallas. He’s president of Highland Capital Management, the privately held firm he co-founded in 1993. Today it’s one of the industry’s leading global alternative credit management firms. Along with its affiliates, Highland Capital Management holds about $13.5 […]

USHEALTH Group is the Premier Provider of Innovative Insurance Plans in America

Through its several certified health insurance firms, the renowned USHEALTH Group aspires to be one of the most trusted choices for healthcare in America. The USHEALTH Group and its subsidiaries strive to offer revolutionary life, accident/disability, and definite disease and sickness insurance services to self-employed individuals, wealthy families, owners of small firms and their workers. […]

Dallas to Pay Panhandlers

Earlier this week the Dallas City Council Public Safety Committee heard a proposition from Allan Sims, Dallas’ Neighborhoods Plus Czar, that the city of Dallas should use $100,000 to allocate funds to pay panhandlers $10.37 an hour for their services to do needed manual labor. This plan gives an opportunity for work to people who […]

James Dondero to Strengthen Ties between SMU and Highland Capital Management.

Recently the co-founder and president of Highland Capital Management, James Dondero, was appointed as a new board member of the Cox School of Business at the Southern Methodist University. Highland Capital has maintained strong business ties with Southern Methodist University, and this new appointment of Mr. Dondero only seeks to compliment this long-term partnership. Highland […]

Flying For The Holidays

As the holiday season gets into full gear, many people will begin to travel to see family and friends who live in various locations across the country. Airlines are expecting a record number of people to travel by plane with one of the busiest airports being the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. The city is prepared to […]

SEC filing Shows James Dondero with Stake in Pendrell

According to Reuters, James Dondero, co-founder of Highland Capital Management, reported an 11-percent passive stake in Pendrell Corporation, an intellectual property advisory and management firm. Pendrell Corporation’s August 4 SEC filings show Dondero with an 11% percent stake and Highland Capital Management with a 6.5% stake in Pendrell. With over 30 years experience in credit […]

Texas Mortgage Bankers Association Appoints Its New President.

NexBank is a branch of the NexBank Capital Inc., which is one The United State’s leading firms that offer financial services and it serves customers across the country through its three main businesses: Mortgage Banking, Investment Banking, and Commercial Banking. The bank operates regionally, and it was awarded a charter in 1922. Its services are offered to financial organizations, institutional clients, well-established corporations, middle market enterprises, and investors in the real estate industry that need a broad variety of banking products and services. NexBank SSB is part of the FDIC. The main offices of the bank are located in Dallas, Texas. NexBank’s Mary Pirrello Appointed President of the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association The bank is gratified to announce the appointment of its current National Warehouse Lending’s Senior Vice President, Mary Pirrello, as the new President of the Teas Mortgage Bankers Association (TMBA). Pirrello’s term in office will run from 2016 to 2017 and began to serve on 3 May 2016. She has been in the industry for more than 20 years, and therefore, is highly knowledgeable and experienced in the sector. Mary has worked in different leadership positions in her long career and at NexBank, she is mainly committed to ensuring business progress and the national warehouse lending department’s relationships. Mrs. Pirrello been an active member of the TMBA’s committee and board since 2007 and she has also been involved in the National Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). At the association, she has offered services to its action committee (MORPAC) and has also graduated from the mortgage banking school. She has been given designations such as the Future Leader, where she was the James Wooten Scholarship in 2010. The TMBA has been committed to serving the common interest of its members since 1917 as a way of preserving, enhancing, and advancing the real estate finance enterprise and mortgage banking on Texas. Connect with Nexbank: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nexbank