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Cullen/Frost Bankers Inc (CFR.N)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Phillip Green

63 2016 Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer

Paul Bracher

61 2016 President, Group Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer of Frost Bank

Jerry Salinas

59 2015 Chief Financial Officer, Group Executive Vice President

Patrick Frost

58 1997 President of Frost Bank, Director

Mike Russell

61 2017 Group Executive Vice President, Chief Operations Officer

Annette Alonzo

49 2016 Group Executive Vice President - Human Resources and Chief Human Resources of Frost Bank

Robert Berman

55 2001 Group Executive Vice President - Research and Strategy of Frost Bank

Gary McKnight

64 2015 Group Executive Vice President - Technology and Operations of Frost Bank

William Perotti

60 2015 Group Executive Vice President; Chief Risk Officer of Frost Bank

Jimmy Stead

42 2017 Group Executive Vice President - Executive Officer - Consumer Banking of Frost Bank

Candace Wolfshohl

57 2015 Group Executive Vice President - Culture and People Development of Frost Bank

Charles Matthews

73 2017 Lead Independent Director

Graham Weston

54 2017 Director

Carlos Alvarez

67 2001 Independent Director

Chris Avery

63 2015 Independent Director

Samuel Dawson

57 2017 Independent Director

Crawford Edwards

59 2005 Independent Director

David Haemisegger

64 2008 Independent Director

Karen Jennings

67 2001 Independent Director

Richard Kleberg

75 1992 Independent Director

Ida Steen

65 1996 Independent Director

Horace Wilkins

67 1997 Independent Director

Greg Parker

2017 Director - Investor Relations

Biographies

Name Description

Phillip Green

Mr. Phillip D. Green is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of the Company. Mr. Green joined the Cullen/Frost organization in July 1980 and served in a number of managerial positions in the Company’s financial division before being named chief financial officer in 1995, a position he held until 2015. He was named group executive vice president in 2001 and president of Cullen/Frost in 2015. Mr. Green also had oversight for Frost’s technology, operations and capital markets areas. In recent years he has helped lead the Company’s efforts to enhance its technology and product offerings as a part of delivering outstanding customer experiences. Mr. Green was a member of the management team that helped Frost navigate the Texas downturn of the 1980s, as well as the financial crisis of 2008 in which Frost declined the TARP funding program. Mr. Green serves on the executive committee of the Mid-Sized Bank Coalition of America, on the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business Advisory Council, and is also on the McCombs Scholars Program committee. He serves on the Federal Reserve Board’s Federal Advisory Council, serving the Fed’s 11th District. Mr. Green is a member of the executive committee and board of trustees of the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County and serves as a member of the board of directors of The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. He also serves as an advisory trustee of the Southwest Research Institute. Past service includes acting as president and director of the South Texas Chapter of the Financial Executives Institute (FEI), and as a past board member and a member of the investment committee for the Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio. He is also a past director and executive committee member of the San Antonio Symphony. Mr. Green graduated with honors from the University of Texas at Austin in 1977, earning a bachelor’s degree in accounting.

Paul Bracher

Mr. Paul H. Bracher is President, Group Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer of Frost Bank., a subsidiary of the Company. Officer of Frost Bank since January 1982. President, State Regions of Frost Bank from February 2001 to January 2015. Group Executive Vice President, Chief Banking Officer of Frost Bank from January 2015 to present. President of Cullen/Frost from April 2016 to present.

Jerry Salinas

Mr. Jerry Salinas serves as Chief Financial Officer, Group Executive Vice President of the Company. Officer of Frost Bank since March 1986. Senior Executive Vice President, Treasurer of Cullen/Frost from 1997 to January 2015. Group Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of Cullen/Frost from January 2015 to present.

Patrick Frost

Mr. Patrick B. Frost is President of Frost Bank, subsidiary of Cullen/Frost Bankers Inc., and Director of Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc., since 1997. Mr. Patrick B. Frost is president of Frost Bank. A native of San Antonio, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Vanderbilt University and a Masters of Business Administration degree from The University of Texas at Austin. He is the chair of the Audit Committee of The University of Texas Health Science Center and chair of the Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital Foundation. Mr. Frost is also a trustee of the San Antonio Medical Foundation and serves on the board of trustees of United Way of San Antonio. He is on the executive committee of the San Antonio Livestock Exposition, and was advisory council chair of The University of Texas at San Antonio College of Business. Mr. Frost was chair of the local organizing committee for the NCAA Men’s Final Four in 2004, 2008 and 2018 and chair of the Alamo Bowl in 2003 and 2013. It is because of his experience in banking and his many years at Cullen/Frost, as well as his knowledge of the communities we serve, that our Board has concluded that Mr. Frost should continue serving on the Board.

Mike Russell

Mr. Mike Russell is Group Executive Vice President, Chief Operations Officer of the Company. Officer of Frost Bank since December 2017. Group Executive Vice President, Chief Operations Officer since January 2018. Prior to joining Frost, Mr. Russell was a management consultant and former corporate technology executive.

Annette Alonzo

Ms. Annette M. Alonzo is Group Executive Vice President - Human Resources and Chief Human Resources Officer Frost Bank subsidiary of the Company. Officer of Frost Bank since 1993. Executive Vice President, Human Resources of Frost Bank from July 2006 to January 2015. Senior Executive Vice President, Human Resources of Frost Bank from January 2015 to July 2015. Group Executive Vice President, Human Resources of Frost Bank from July 2015 to March 2016. Group Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer of Frost Bank from April 2016 to present.

Robert Berman

Mr. Robert A. Berman is Group Executive Vice President - Research and Strategy of Frost Bank, subsidiary of Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. Officer of Frost Bank since January 1989. Group Executive Vice President, Research and Strategy of Frost Bank from May 2001 to present.

Gary McKnight

Mr. Gary C. McKnight is Group Executive Vice President - Technology and Operations of Frost Bank. Officer of Frost Bank since 1981. Senior Executive Vice President, Technology and Operations of Frost Bank from January 2005 to July 2015. Group Executive Vice President, Technology and Operations of Frost Bank from July 2015 to present.

William Perotti

Mr. William L. Perotti is Group Executive Vice President of the Company and Chief Risk Officer of Frost Bank, subsidiary of Cullen/Frost Bankers Inc. Officer of Frost Bank since December 1982. Group Executive Vice President, Chief Credit Officer of Frost Bank from May 2001 to January 2015. Group Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer of Frost Bank from April 2005 to present.

Jimmy Stead

Mr. Jimmy Stead is Group Executive Vice President, Executive Officer - Consumer Banking of Frost Bank subsidiary of the Company. Officer of Frost Bank since July 2001. Senior Vice President Electronic Commerce Operations of Frost Bank from October 2007 to December 2015, Executive Vice President, Electronic Commerce Operations of Frost Bank from January 2016 to January 2017. Group Executive Vice President, Chief Consumer Banking Officer of Frost Bank from January 2017 to present.

Candace Wolfshohl

Mr. Candace K. Wolfshohl is Group Executive Vice President - Culture and People Development of Frost Bank of Frost Bank, subsidiary of the Company. Officer of Frost Bank since 1989. Executive Vice President, Staff Development of Frost Bank from January 2008 to January 2015. Senior Executive Vice President, Staff Development of Frost Bank from January 2015 to July 2015. Group Executive Vice President, Culture and People Development of Frost Bank from July 2015 to present.

Charles Matthews

Mr. Charles W. Matthews is Lead Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Charles W. Matthews, formerly general counsel of Exxon Mobil Corporation, spent his entire career at Exxon, the world’s largest energy company. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts degree in government, he earned a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Houston and joined Humble Oil, now known as Exxon Mobil, upon graduation. He rose in the law department to become vice president and general counsel of Exxon Mobil. He was responsible for coordinating the legal and regulatory efforts to facilitate the merger between Exxon Corporation and Mobil Corporation. As general counsel, Mr. Matthews oversaw the company’s law department, consisting of more than 460 lawyers with offices in 40 countries. A native of Houston, he is a member of the advisory board and the past chair of the University of Houston Law Foundation. Mr. Matthews is also past chair and past president of the Ex-Students Association and a member of the Texas Exes Scholarship Foundation of the University of Texas. He serves on the board of Trinity Industries Inc. where he is a member of the human resources committee and chair of the corporate governance and directors nominating committee and past director of Forestar Group, Inc. Also, Mr. Mathews serves on the board of Children’s Health of Dallas and is past chair of the Texas Cultural Trust and has served as a national trustee for the Southwestern Region of The Boys and Girls Clubs of America. It is because of his experience in corporate governance and the in-depth knowledge of the opportunities and challenges facing energy companies, as well as his knowledge of the communities we serve, that our Board has concluded that Mr. Matthews should continue serving on the Board.

Graham Weston

Mr. Graham Weston is Director of the Company. Mr. Graham Weston co-founded Rackspace Hosting, Ltd. During his almost 20 year tenure at the company, headquartered in his hometown of San Antonio he served as CEO (on two occasions) and chair of the Board. Rackspace advanced from a start-up company in 1998, to a public company in 2008, to a company with annual revenue of $2 billion dollars when it was sold in 2016. A graduate of Texas A & M University and a serial entrepreneur, Mr. Weston formed Weston Urban, LLC, to focus on downtown San Antonio real estate development. Mr. Weston has taken an active role in helping to revitalize San Antonio’s urban core and start-up ecosystem. He was instrumental in the creation of Geekdom and funds the 80/20 Foundation for the purpose of investing in programs to encourage entrepreneurship, technology education, and development in downtown San Antonio. It is because of his knowledge and experience in the technology industry and his insight into a wide variety of areas, including the increasingly important world of cyber security and extending technology to customers, as well as his knowledge of the communities we serve, that our Board has concluded that Mr. Weston should continue serving on the Board.

Carlos Alvarez

Mr. Carlos Alvarez is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Carlos Alvarez is chair and chief executive officer of The Gambrinus Company which he founded in 1986 when he moved from his native Mexico with his family to San Antonio. Gambrinus is a leading U.S. craft brewer and marketer with breweries in Shiner, TX (The Spoetzl Brewery), Portland, OR (Bridge Port Brewing Company), and Berkeley, CA (Trumer Brauerei). He is committed to education and has served on the board of trustees of Davidson College, School Year Abroad and, Saint Mary’s Hall (San Antonio), and is a member of the Chancellor’s Circle for the University of Texas system. Mr. Alvarez has made significant contributions to these and other educational institutions’ endowment programs, particularly those geared toward driving greater international engagement. He is a board member of the World Affairs Council of America (Washington, DC) and the World Affairs Council of San Antonio, of which he previously served as chair.

Chris Avery

Mr. Chris M. Avery is Independent Director of the Company. Dr. Chris M. Avery is chair, president and chief executive officer of James Avery Craftsman, Inc., a family-owned company founded by his father in 1954, to create finely crafted jewelry designs. Dr. Avery has served on the James Avery Craftsman, Inc. board of directors since 1989. A licensed physician and board-certified anesthesiologist, he left his profession as chief of anesthesia at Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital in Kerrville, Texas in 1991 to assist in the transition and direction of the family business. He became president and chief operating officer in 1991 and later assumed the roles of chief executive officer and chair of the board in May 2007. Under his leadership, James Avery Craftsman, Inc. has become a national brand that designs, manufactures and sells jewelry in its own stores across the U.S. Dr. Avery earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Stephen F. Austin State University and a medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio (now the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio). After an internship in orthopedic surgery, he worked as an ER physician in San Antonio and Kerrville. He completed an anesthesia residency at Medical Center Hospital in San Antonio and began his anesthesia practice in Kerrville. Dr. Avery is president of the Fredericksburg Hospital Authority board of directors and has served the boards of Hill Country Memorial Hospital in Fredericksburg, Texas and Sid Peterson Hospital in Kerrville, Texas. It is because of his experience in business operations and management, as well as his knowledge of the communities we serve, that our Board has concluded that Dr. Avery should continue serving on the Board.

Samuel Dawson

Mr. Samuel G. Dawson is Independent Director of the Company. He graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. degree in civil engineering. In addition to managing the engineering firm, Mr. Dawson is a community leader who has contributed countless hours to various Texas organizations. He has served as president or chair of the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, The University of Texas Engineering Advisory Board, Trinity Baptist Church Deacon Council, The University of Texas at San Antonio Engineering Advisory Council, the Witte Museum Board, Texas Society of Professional Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, the Rotary Club of San Antonio, the San Antonio Mobility Coalition, Professional Engineers in Private Practice and The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. In 2013, Mr. Dawson was inducted into The University of Texas Cockrell School of Engineering Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering Academy of Distinguished Alumni. It is because of his business operations and management, as well as his knowledge of the communities we serve, that our Board has concluded that Mr. Dawson should continue serving on the Board.

Crawford Edwards

Mr. Crawford H. Edwards is Independent Director of the Company. He is president of Cassco Development Co., Inc. and is the fifth generation of his family involved in managing his family’s ranching business. Since 2005, he has been engaged in the investing in and managing of commercial real estate. After graduating with a bachelor of general studies degree from Texas Christian University (TCU) and the TCU Ranch Management program, he worked as a petroleum landman in Midland, Texas. Mr. Edwards serves on the board of directors of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show and the National Finance Credit Corporation. It is because of this experience, as well as his knowledge of the communities we serve, that our Board has concluded that Mr. Edwards should continue serving on the Board.

David Haemisegger

Mr. David J. Haemisegger is Independent Director of the Company. He is president of the NorthPark Management Company, which manages NorthPark Center, a major shopping mall in Dallas, Texas. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Princeton University in his native New Jersey, he earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He was president and chief operating officer of the Raymond D. Nasher Company until 1995, when he became president of NorthPark Management Company. Mr. Haemisegger is president and a member of the board of trustees and the audit and finance committees at both the Nasher Foundation and the Nasher Sculpture Center. Mr. Haemisegger is immediate past chair of the board of trustees at the Hockaday School in Dallas where he presently serves as chair of the governance and trusteeship committee and previously served as the school’s treasurer for five years. In addition, he is a member of the board of trustees of the Dallas Museum of Art and a former member of the board of directors and the audit, loan and executive committees of NorthPark National Bank.

Karen Jennings

Ms. Karen E. Jennings is Independent Director of the Company. Mrs. Karen Jennings was senior executive vice president of Human Resources and Corporate Communications at Southwestern Bell Corporation, which became AT&T, Inc. During her long tenure at AT&T, she also held the position president – Missouri for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. Mrs. Jennings grew up in Carleton, Michigan, graduating from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. She also attended the executive education program at the University of Michigan and Northwestern University. She serves on the board of directors of Ladies Pro Golf Association (LPGA). It is because of her experience in business operations, management and telecommunications experience, as well as her knowledge of the communities we serve, that our Board has concluded that Mrs. Jennings should continue serving on the Board.

Richard Kleberg

Mr. Richard M. Kleberg, III is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Richard M. (Tres) Kleberg III, a fifth generation Texan from Kingsville, Texas, has been managing partner of SFD Enterprises, LLC, a private family investment management firm, for over 30 years. He is a graduate of Trinity University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and the Southwest Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University. He joined Frost Bank’s executive training program after college and became a trust and business development officer and then a commercial loan officer. Mr. Kleberg served on the board and audit committee of the Abraxas Petroleum Corporation for 16 years and was a director and served on the audit committee of Kleberg First National Bank. He served as a director and a member of the investment/ finance and compensation committee of King Ranch, Inc. He currently serves on the board of trustees of Trinity University and sat on the finance committee for more than 25 years. Additionally, Mr. Kleberg serves on the advisory board of The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Foundation and on the development board of UT Health San Antonio. He is past chair of the board of the San Antonio Livestock Exposition and currently serves on the board of the San Antonio Livestock Exposition Educational Funds, Inc. and on the Chancellor’s Advisory Council of The University of Texas. Mr. Kleberg was appointed to serve as the civilian aide to the Secretary of the Army Texas/South in 2008. He is also a trustee of the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation. It is because of his experience in banking and his years of experience at Cullen/Frost, as well as his knowledge of the communities we serve, that our Board has concluded that Mr. Kleberg should continue serving on the Board.

Ida Steen

Ms. Ida Clement Steen is Independent Director of the Company. She is regent emerita for the Texas A&M University System, where she served on the finance committee and as special liaison to the Texas Growth Fund Board. A graduate of Trinity University, she was a teacher and administrator at Learning About Learning Educational Foundation. She chaired the 2011 Texas Inaugural Committee as well as the 150th anniversary celebration of King Ranch, Inc. Mrs. Steen has served as chair of the board of trustees of San Antonio Academy and as vice-chair and trustee of the Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital Foundation Endowment Fund. She served on the six-member Texas State Preservation Board, which is chaired by the governor and oversees the State Capitol, the Texas State History Museum and the Governor’s Mansion. By gubernatorial appointment, she sits on the three-member Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, the agency that regulates all phases of the alcoholic beverage industry in Texas. It is because of her experience in investing and her years of experience at Cullen/Frost, as well as her knowledge of the communities we serve, that our Board has concluded that Mrs. Steen should continue serving on the Board.

Horace Wilkins

Mr. Horace Wilkins, Jr. is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Horace Wilkins, Jr. was president of Special Markets and a regional president of Southwestern Bell Corporation, which became AT&T, Inc. during his 30-year career with the company. A native of Fort Worth, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Biology from Yale University and earned a Masters of Business Administration degree in General Business from the University of Dallas. He is a member of the board and serves on the Compensation and Benefits Committee of U.S. Sugar Corporation. Mr. Wilkins is former chair of the board of The Jordan Development Corporation. It is because of his experience in business operations, management and telecommunications and his years of service at Cullen/Frost, as well as his knowledge of the communities we serve, that our Board has concluded that Mr. Wilkins should continue serving on the Board.

Greg Parker