Banks Prune Branches
CapitalMark was commended for its low brick-and-mortar approach to banking in the Times Free Press article "Banks prune branches" published on September 28th, 2014. The article covers the local and national trend of banks closing branches and recognizes that CapitalMark is nearly triple the size of most community banks with only four offices.
CapitalMark's has one full-service office per market because the dedicated Banker Teams deliver services directly to clients using courier services and technology. With this model, CapitalMark is able to operate more efficiently while streamlining the banking experience for clients. Click here to view the article.
Stefanie Crowe Featured Speaker at Women's Council
CapitalMark's Director of Wealth Services Stefanie Crowe was featured in the Cleveland Daily Banner for her presentation to the Cleveland / Bradley County Chamber of Commerce's Women's Council. In the seminar, Stefanie taught participants a refresher course on corporate financials and how to understand and dissect a balance sheet. Stefanie is a frequent speaker on financial and professional matters throughout Chattanooga and the surrounding areas. Click here to view the article.
Ryan Murphy Featured in City Scope's Gold Club
CapitalMark's Business Unit Group Head Ryan Murphy was featured in City Scope Magazine's Annual Business edition. Ryan was featured as a 2014 Gold Club Leader for demonstrating exceptional leadership qualities, recognized by his peers, associates at CapitalMark and others within the Chattanooga community. Click here to view a copy of Ryan's feature.
Al Secor Featured Attorney in Hamilton County Herald
CapitalMark's Director of Trust Services Albert W. "Al" Secor was the featured attorney in the Hamilton County Herald. Al's hard work and specialty as a tax attorney, as well as the books he authored on the intricate subjects of Probate and Elder Law, have earned him great recognition in the legal community. Click here to see David Laprad's article "Tax attorney applies years of knowledge, experience to his work."
CapitalMark Earns 5-Star Rating
CapitalMark received recognition from the Chattanooga Times Free Press for earning its 11th consecutive 5-Star Rating from rating firm BauerFinancial. Five-Star Ratings are only awarded to banks considered to be the strongest in the nation. Click here to view the article as it appeared.
CapitalMark Oak Ridge Receives historic Preservation Award
CapitalMark Oak Ridge received front page coverage in the Oak Ridger for its 2013 Historic Preservation Award recognition. The award is deliberated annually by the Oak Ridge Heritage and Preservation Association and presented to winners on the city's birthday. CapitalMark was commended for many efforts to preserve the history and integrity of the bank's office, which was formerly home to Hamilton National Bank - the first bank to ever open in Oak Ridge. Click here to read the full article.
capitalmark grows, but profits down
Chattanooga's Times Free Press covered news of CapitalMark's first quarter earnings results for 2013. Author Dave Flessner attributes CapitalMark's slower growth in the first quarter to the bank's recent growth into two new Tennessee markets and addition of four new Banker Teams in 2012. Click here to read the full article.
Digital Rising Star
Director of Client Services Lynne Fugate was featured in the publication Independent Banker for her banking relationship with digital rising star Pxyl, a startup online marketing firm out of Knoxville, Tennessee. In the article written by Josh Fine, Pyxl attributes much of its success in changing the face of online marketing to its dedicated CapitalMark Banker Team. Click here to read the online version of the article.
capitalmark boosts profits, adds two offices during past year
The Times Free Press covered CapitalMark's 4th quarter earnings for 2012. The article titled "CapitalMark Bank boosts profits, adds two offices during past year", highlights CapitalMark's $6.75 million year-end profits and total assets of $781 million. Click here to view the full article.
capitalmark resource library attracting attention
In 2012 CapitalMark partnered with United Way of Bradley County to form a Resource Library for all non-profits. Cleveland President Keith Barrett wanted to offer resource that would benefit the entire community by supporting non-profits and the numerous people they serve. Click here to read more about the CapitalMark Resource Library published by the Cleveland Daily Banner.
CapitalMark Cleveland's Business Feature
The Cleveland Daily Banner spotlighted CapitalMark's Cleveland office as its weekly Business Feature. The article compared the building's original structure to the newly remodelled office space while capturing elements of CapitalMark's model as grounds for the building's interior layout and design. The full page article also included several pictures of the office space and staff. Click here to view the full article.