IBC Bank Headquarters Information

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IBC Bank or International Bank of Commerce is subsidiary of International Bancshares Corporation. IBC Bank is state chartered and is located in the state of Texas in Loredo.

Based on asset size, IBC Bank is the 83rd largest in the entire country and one of the largest banks currently based in Texas. IBC is also, currently, the largest minority-owned bank in the whole country.

The bank is publicly traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange. It’s ticker symbol is IBOC.

IBC Bank by the Numbers

  • 2 – The number of states served by the bank; Texas and Oklahoma
  • 88 – The number of communities that are served by the bank in the two states
  • 204 – The number of branches the bank currently operates
  • >309 – The number of ATMs that belong to the bank
  • 9 billion – The current valuation of the bank’s assets.

History of IBC Bank

1966 – IBC Bank is established by A.R. Sanchez and others, introducing a concept of community banking

1979 – International Bancshares Corporation, the holding company, is formed

1980 – IBC Bank is ranked as the best Hispanic-owned financial institution in the country by Hispanic Business Magazine

1982 – The bank’s name is changed to IBC Bank and Commerce Bank is also established in Laredo

1984 – The bank opens branches in Brownsville and Zapata

1990 – The bank moves into San Antonio as it acquires its first branches there

1991 – Following acquisitions in Valley, the bank has branches in new locations including Rio Grande City and Weslaco

1993 – Expansion continues in Brownsville, South Padre Island and Port Isabel

1995 – The bank moves into the Corpus Christi area



1997 – The bank finally moves into Houston with the acquisition of five new branches

2000 – IBC Bank is ranked among the top 5 businesses owned by Hispanics in the country by Hispanic Business magazine. The bank also receives a Corporate Excellence Award from United Way

2000 – The Bank forms IBC Insurance Agency following an acquisition and also acquires an investment banking firm. It is named a Forbes 500 company.

2001 – Following its acquisition of First Equity, the bank moves into Austin.



IBC Bank’s excellence hasn’t only been in matters to do with banking. The institution has received many awards in relation to community improvement efforts and has also been named in the top 50 of Most Trustworthy Companies in the country by Forbes.

The bank has also received the Cornerstone Award from the Texas Bankers Foundation for various programs over the years.

IBC Bank Headquarters

The headquarters of IBC Bank are located at 1200 San Bernardo Avenue in Laredo.

Products and Services

IBC Bank offers a wide range of retail banking products and services. These range from personal banking solutions and insurance to International banking, business banking and investment.

The banks insurance services including life and health insurance and also commercial insurance solutions.

The bank has investment options designed for both individuals and business level investors. These include:

  • Stocks
  • Bonds
  • 401Ks
  • Mutual Funds
  • Fee based asset management
  • Pension plans
  • Employee insurance
  • IRAs etc.

The company also provides financial guidance to help customers reach their financial goals.

IBC Bank Headquarters Address

1200 San Bernardo Ave, Laredo, TX 78040, USA

IBC Bank headquarters address

2 reviews

  1. Sherry

    Worst Customer Service Ever

    This Ceasar Chavez location in Austin is the worst managed bank I have EVER had to use. It doesn’t matter whether i am in line at the commercial drive thru and the only one in line, or inside lobby, it always takes me 20 to 30 minutes get just make a simple deposit. There can be 4 people sitting around behind the counters and only one teller helping anyone. I have begged my company to please use another bank. I spend an hour away from the property just trying to get a deposit made. I pulled up to the drive thru at 9:55 and it is now 10:17 and i still do not have my bank bag with deposit back. This is the poorest excuse of customer service I have ever witnessed every time i come here. I have learned to bring my lunch or breakfast and turn the car off. My property is 2 and 1/2 miles from this bank and it always takes 45 mins to get back to it. With all the negative reviews on this his bank, the corporate officials know this and apparently it means nothing

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  2. Ms. Arguello

    Poorest customer service and equipment never working.

    Horrible experience at the Alice, TX branch is horrible with their customer service. Branch is supposed to open at 9 AM and the teller lines were still closed. I could see two ladies inside talking away rather than being ready for business.

    Also their darn ATM has always been out of order to perform any transactions which is very inconvenient.

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