2018 Women of Influence: Amy White

Senior Vice President Manager, Business Support and Investor Relations Correspondent Lending at Texas Capital Bank


Amy White, senior vice president, manager, business support and investor relations, correspondent lending for Texas Capital Bank, is an industry leader and the heart and soul behind a number of instrumental product rollouts and business expansions at Texas Capital Bank.

When White joined Texas Capital Bank in 2016, she was tasked with ensuring the success of the bank’s fledgling correspondent lending efforts. She did so admirably and went on to oversee the successful launch of a number of core products during 2017. White was responsible for the rollout of Texas Capital Bank’s USDA Rural Housing Program as well as the proprietary delegated jumbo offering. Since then, she has been energetically expanding the program, adapting the guidelines to accommodate investment properties to meet the needs of Texas Capital Bank’s correspondent originators.

White also spearheaded the launch of the Medical Doctor Loan Program, the first of its kind in the market. Her drive and leadership ability were on display in this strategic move as she coordinated and educated the project to life in its infancy.

In addition to leading the charge on new product implementation, White is the chief liaison between the business line and the internal risk teams/governmen-sponsored entities that request reviews or initiate audits.

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