ORDER A PRINT DIRECTORY, ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION, DIRECTORY ON CD AND EBOOK!
Texas Banking Red Book contains listings of all the banks and savings institutions within the state. These comprehensive listings include complete contact information; bank officers and directors; locations; business hours; financial data; routing number; correspondents; and memberships.
Texas Banking Red Book, published in partnership with the Texas Bankers Association, has an unparalleled reputation for being an accurate, reliable and invaluable resource for bank professionals and suppliers to the financial services industry.
NOW AVAILABLE - TEXAS BANKING EBOOK!
The Texas Banking Red Book is now mobile! The new eBook is readable on iPhone/iPad and all other smartphones and tablets with eBook/ePub capability.
The eBook contains the same information as the print edition, plus special interactive features such as phone and website links, searchability by bank and city, and the ability to make notes, highlight entries and bookmark pages.
To order your Texas Banking eBook, visit Bankers-eStore.com.
TEXAS BANKING RED BOOK FALL 2013 PRINT DIRECTORY
To order a copy of the Fall 2013 print directory, click here.
TEXAS BANKING RED BOOK SPRING 2013 PRINT DIRECTORY
To pre-order a copy of the Spring 2013 print directory, click here.
TEXAS BANKING RED BOOK CD
Companies wanting to create targeted direct mail campaigns may purchase the Texas Banking Red Book on CD in comma delimited format. The CD allows you to download and sort on all fields, such as city and asset size. For more information or to place an order, click here.
ONLINE SUBSCRIPTIONS - LESS THAN $10 PER MONTH
Subscriptions are sold for a 6-month period or a 12-month period. A 6-month subscription is $50; a 12-month subscription is $100.
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