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Thanksgiving Reflection

Posted on November 17th, 2016

By Carlos M. Sepulveda Jr. Our country’s birth certificate was signed by 56 brave men in Philadelphia in 1776.  They chose to make an explicit declaration that could have easily been at that time equivalent to signing their death warrant – the Declaration of Independence. We are impacted by those… Continue reading »


A Risk I’m Willing to Take

Posted on December 15th, 2015

Hello! It’s December… “Merry Christmas!!” I was watching football this past weekend and noticed not a single holiday advertisement mentioned Christmas. So I hope my Merry Christmas greeting resonates positively with you. The words “Merry Christmas” can connote different things to different people. It can be a generally innocuous seasonal… Continue reading »


Triumph’s Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

Posted on November 20th, 2015

There’s nothing else that screams “Thanksgiving!” more than the food during the holiday. You may have everything already planned out to the bone, but if you haven’t, we have a few favorite recipes from Triumph’s team members. Carlos’ Cornbread Dressing Carlos Sepulveda, Triumph Bancorp Ingredients: 3 sticks butter 1 large… Continue reading »


One, Two, Three, Four, FIVE Years of Triumph

Posted on November 5th, 2015

It is crazy how quickly time flies! Five years ago, the Triumph investor group acquired Equity Bank and officially changed our name to Triumph Savings Bank. Over these past five years, the Triumph organization has gone through countless changes, acquisitions, and additions, making us almost unrecognizable compared to what we… Continue reading »


Triumph Listed in Top Ten of Fastest Growing Middle Market Companies in DFW

Posted on October 28th, 2015

Triumph Bancorp was recently included in the top ten of the Dallas Business Journal’s Middle Market 50, which recognized the fastest growing middle market companies in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This is the first time a list of public and private companies with annual revenue between $25 million and $750… Continue reading »


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