Investing in CBTx

We are pleased to announce our partnership with This partnership will provide you a convenient and transparent platform to create listings of intent to buy or sell Nacogdoches Commercial Bancshares, Inc. (NCBI) stock. allows you to post notices online for stock you wish to buy or sell. These listings notices will not disclose your identity or any confidential information. You simply enter your desire to buy or sell, the number of shares, and the price. Interested parties who have access to the listing will contact you via email. You need only respond to the offers you are interested in pursuing. Additionally you may register to receive email alerts whenever new postings are created for NCBI stock.

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A Brief History of Commercial Bank of Texas, N.A.

On October 14, 1901, at a time when timber, cotton, and railroads were predominant industries and Theodore Roosevelt was President, a successful lumberman, T. J. Williams, organized Commercial National Bank of Nacogdoches (CNB) with initial capital of $50,000. The original Board of Directors included such distinguished individuals as R. S. Lovett, President of the Southern Pacific Railroad, and Captain James A. Baker, a prominent Houston attorney responsible for saving Rice University's endowment. In 1902, Mr. E. A. Blount purchased controlling interest in CNB, and in 1903 the bank moved to its present location. During the early period, before the creation of the Federal Reserve System, Commercial Bank issued its own currency.

In April 1984, Commercial National Bank undertook a $1.6 million reconstruction project to renovate its downtown facilities after incurring extensive fire damage. In 1991, during the Savings and Loan crisis, CNB acquired the insured deposits of Superior Savings Bank. In October 1995, anticipating future growth, the bank changed its name to Commercial Bank of Texas, N.A. (CBTx). Two acquisitions in 1998, the purchase of The Bank of East Texas, and the purchase of four branch locations from Surety Bank doubled the bank's asset size. This expanded the bank's market to include Angelina, Cherokee, and Houston counties.

Following the motto of former bank president Thomas W. Baker, "The Bank can prosper only as the community prospers", Commercial Bank of Texas is solidly positioned to enter its second century of providing successful banking practices predicated on sound and prudent operating standards. Currently, CBTx has over 200 employees in thirteen communities and the bank's Board of Directors and Officers are personally involved in the communities they serve. Commercial Bank of Texas remains the only locally owned bank in Nacogdoches and is proud to provide the community with more than a century of service, deeply rooted and rich in tradition.