Steven S. Camp

Chair, Banking and Finance
Partner, Banking and Finance
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4354 f 214.999.3354
1000 Louisiana Street
Suite 2000
Houston, Texas 77002-2099
t 713.276.5354 f 713.276.5555

Recognized, The Best Lawyers® in America
(Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith eds.,
Woodward/White, Inc.)

Steve Camp is the deal lawyer of choice in times of economic growth or a difficult economy. Closing thousands of loans, Steve, a former senior corporate counsel for Bank One Corp., and his team speak “banker.” He understands the language, goals and demands of the industry, and he has never missed a client’s loan deadline, no matter how aggressive.

Steve’s legal practice is national and nationally prominent. For example, he handled the loans to the host committees of many of the major sporting events held in North Texas. Clients rely on him to find ways to structure deals in a creative and innovative way. His deep understanding of credit facilities, real estate, commercial and specialty loans, as well as workouts, bankruptcy and litigation, solidifies his and his team’s role as one of only a few premier lending practices.

Current clients include:

  • PlainsCapital Bank
  • Texas Capital Bank, N.A.
  • Green Bank N.A.
  • The Northern Trust Co.
  • First Southern National Bank
  • Capital One N.A.
  • Sovereign Bank
  • PrimaLend Capital Partners
  • Integrity Texas Funding
  • Vista Bank 
  • Veritex Community Bank
  • Valliance Bank

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