CNBT

AcronymDefinition
CNBTCitizens National Bank of Texas
CNBTCold Neutrons for Biology and Technology (biophysics study; US NIH)
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CNBT Bancshares is a Houston-based bank holding company for Citizens National Bank of Texas which operates six community-banking offices that provide retail and commercial banking services primarily to individual customers and small businesses in the Houston metropolitan area and Fort Bend County.
During the third quarter, CNBT entered into a merger agreement with BOK Financial Corporation.
Without the acquisition of CNBT Bancshares, growth in total deposits would have been 10 percent.
CNBT Bancshares is the parent of Citizens National Bank, which at acquisition had $443 million in assets and seven locations in the Houston metropolitan area.
With its rapid growth and high-quality customer base, CNBT will provide a good base for developing a larger presence in Houston.
Through this process, CNBT has received additional inquiries from a number of interested parties.
Ralph Williams, president of CNBT, said, "First quarter earnings for 2000 reached a record of $1,271,000 or $0.
Although this real estate has been sold for an amount substantially equal to the loan amount, because the sale was financed by CNBT with a down payment of less than 10%, the full amount of the non-performing assets remains on the books until 10% of the original principal amount has been paid.
Ralph Williams, president and chief executive officer of CNBT, will retain his position and report to Fred Ball, president and chief executive officer of Bank of Texas.
Ralph Williams, president of CNBT, said, "Fourth quarter earnings for 1999 reached a record of $5.
Ralph Williams, President and Chief Executive Officer, commented, "1999 was an exciting year for CNBT.
Ralph Williams, president of CNBT, said, "Third quarter earnings for 1999 reached a record of $1,214,000 or basic earnings per share of $.