Nathan Robinett Retires from Westwood's Advisory Board


Nathan Robinett, Advisory Board

Mr. Robinette was among the original members of Westwood's Advisory Board since it was established in 2019.  Through last four years, Nathan has provided his expertise and guidance resulting in a positive impact to the company.  We appreciate your graciousness and all your contributions to making us stronger well into the future.  We all wish you a very happy happy retirement!    

Prior to joining our Advisory Board, Mr. Robinett spent his entire 49-year career in the banking industry before retiring in 2017. Throughout his career he held several long-term executive-level positions including Regional Chairman of Frost Bank (Dallas), Regional Chairman of Frost Bank (Fort Worth); Chairman of Texas Commerce Bank (Arlington); and President of First City National Bank (Arlington). He has built his reputation on being proactive, anticipating potential problems, and finding solutions to meet a specific need.  Mr. Robinett is recognized for his strengths in strategic planning, budgeting, asset liability management, asset quality, business development, human resource management, board governance, and public/community relations.  Notable achievements in his career include successfully shepherding a community bank through the Texas energy and real estate market collapse; recruiting, developing, and retaining teams of bank professionals that significantly grew market shares throughout North Texas; and integrating four acquisitions into one business unit. Mr. Robinett was named 2015 Tarrant County Banker of the Year by Texas Banking magazine.  He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas Wesleyan University and a master’s degree from SMU’s Graduate School of Banking.  Following his belief in immersing himself in the community and becoming a good community servant, he has served on numerous Boards for local organizations and is currently an active Board Member for the Dallas Theological Seminary Foundation.