Randall Bond

Randall S. “Randy” Bond is the Head of Trust and Wealth Strategy for Texas Capital Bank, with headquarters in Dallas.  Randy leads the bank’s fiduciary activities in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Houston and San Antonio, and directs the strategic wealth planning process and wealth planning team members.  In this role, he also serves as the Chief Fiduciary Officer and manages the fiduciary team at Texas Capital Bank in its operational audits and its relationship with bank examiners and regulators.   Prior to joining Texas Capital Bank, Randy served as the Fiduciary Market Manager for Texas and Arizona for PNC Private Bank.  Randy was responsible for the delivery of PNC Bank’s fiduciary capabilities and advice across multiple metro markets in both states. In addition to leading a team of over 18 trust professionals, Randy served as a member of the PNC Special Assets Committee, the PNC Policy and Procedure Committee and as Chair of the Texas Administrative Review Committee.  His leadership included active participation in the integration advisory working group and a trust operating system conversion from BBVA USA to PNC Bank. Prior to joining PNC, Randy was the Chief Fiduciary Officer at BBVA USA. He was responsible for the trust and estate services for BBVA in the United States and was also responsible for direct reporting of fiduciary activities to the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta and the Trust Committee of the Board of Directors of BBVA USA. During his tenure with BBVA, Randy guided the team through a comprehensive trust system conversion and the establishment of a trust middle office unit for account openings and closings. Prior to leading the BBVA USA fiduciary team, Randy was a Senior Fiduciary Advisory Specialist at Wells Fargo Private Bank. Randy earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas A&M University and his Juris Doctor from South Texas College of Law in Houston.  He is a member of the Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, where he has been an active attorney since 1996.   Randy is also a member of the Dallas Estate Planning Council.   In his time outside of work, he enjoys the outdoors, snow skiing, reading and baseball.