Bill Nay

Senior Vice President, Market Manager
(214) 575-8099

Role and Experience:
Bill Nay leads Bridge Bank’s business efforts in Texas and the Central Region, specializing in meeting the needs of technology-related companies through a suite of products ranging from early-stage lending to asset-based and factoring to lines of credit and term loans.

Bill has over 15 years of commercial banking experience in the Central Region. Prior to joining Bridge Bank, he served for seven years as Regional Market Manager for Silicon Valley Bank in Austin, TX; before that, he was a Vice President with Bank of America in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Outside Activities:
Bill currently serves as President of the Finance Forum in Dallas and is active in the Texas chapters of ACG and Texchange. He is involved in coaching youth sports, and is a Scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts of America (himself having earned the distinction of Eagle Scout way back when).

Education:
Bill has a BA from the University of Oklahoma.

Why Bridge Bank?
“Bridge Bank is an institution that’s at its best when given the opportunity to solve problems creatively. The unique Bridge Bank model helps small- and middle-market businesses in any location or industry.”

Contact Info:
Dallas Office
15950 North Dallas Parkway, Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75248

Phone: (214) 575-8099
Email: Bill.Nay@bridgebank.com
 

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