A bank so simple, it fits in your pocket. Bank anywhere, anytime, across the globe with our easy-to-use online banking and mobile app.
Established in 1913, Guaranty Bank & Trust is one of the oldest and most respected banks in Texas. We have achieved this success by providing the communities we serve with a different kind of bank. One that believes smart banking is about investing people, not just credit scores; succeeding with the community, not at its expense; and having a plan for your growth, not just our own. We offer personal and business banking solutions, as well as Treasury Management, Wealth Management, and SBA Lending. Come visit us today at 601 West 5th Street, or give us a call at (512) 364-0770.
Travis earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from St. Edwards University in Austin with honors after honorably serving as an Infantryman in the United States Marine Corps. Travis began his college career at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, but felt the call to serve his country during the Iraq war. He has a Masters in Business Administration from The University of Texas alongside the highest-level professionals at the McCombs School of Business. To advance his expertise, Travis completed extensive training in Global Cash Flow Lending, Tax Return Analysis, Real Estate and Construction Lending, Commercial Loan Structuring, Business Cash Flow Analysis, Financial Statement Analysis, among many other continuing education programs to provide the highest level of financial support to customers and team. Travis has over 12 years of commercial banking experience in Austin, working with a variety of businesses, investors, and industries. He is a 3rd generation Austinite and graduate of Westlake High School. Travis is active in various community and charitable organizations in Austin. He currently serves in various capacities with the Real Estate Council of Austin, Austin Chamber of Commerce, the Dell Children's Trust & Council, as well as being alumni of Leadership Austin, Austin Young Chamber of Commerce, and Young Texan Society.