Tennessee Business Roundtable Welcomes CapStar Bank, President & CEO Schools to its Membership

The Tennessee Business Roundtable is pleased to welcome CapStar Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nashville-based CapStar Financial Holdings, Inc., as its newest corporate member. The Roundtable also welcomes Mr. Tim Schools, President & CEO of CapStar Bank, as a new member of the organization’s Board of Directors.

“CapStar actively supports the communities where we live and work, and as a Nashville-based commercial bank whose roots continue to spread throughout our state, we’re delighted to join other Tennessee businesses in working through the Roundtable to position our state for long-term economic success,” said Schools. “I look forward to contributing CapStar’s perspectives and my own to helping the Roundtable achieve its mission of optimizing the quality of life and well-being of all Tennesseans.”

“Our Roundtable has been built by Tennessee companies and their leaders who share an enduring commitment to sustaining and growing our state’s economy through policies and initiatives which equip Tennesseans to contribute to the limit of their human potential,” said Matt Kisber, Chairman of the Board of Nashville-based Silicon Ranch Corporation, who serves the Roundtable as its 2020-2021 Chair. “We are very pleased to welcome CapStar and Tim Schools to our organization because we know they understand that an educated and healthy workforce, business-friendly policies, and strong economic development are the keys to economic success for our businesses and for our state,” Kisber added. “We’re excited to have ‘builders’ like Tim and CapStar join our growing statewide membership.”

About CapStar Bank:

CapStar Bank is a Tennessee-chartered state bank that establishes and maintains comprehensive relationships with clients by delivering customized and creative banking solutions and superior client service. Since its founding in 2008, CapStar has grown organically as well as through the acquisition of Sumner County’s American Security Bank & Trust in 2012, Farmington Mortgage in 2013, Athens Federal Community Bank N.A. in 2018, and The First National Bank of Manchester and The Bank of Waynesboro in (July) 2020. As of June 30, 2020, on a consolidated basis, CapStar had total assets of $2.45 billion, gross loans of $1.59 billion, total deposits of $2.10 billion, and shareholders’ equity of $282.0 million. Founded as a commercial bank, CapStar offers product lines which now include Retail, Wealth Management, Correspondent Banking and a Government Guaranteed Lending | SBA team, in addition to a robust Treasury Management suite of products. Visit www.capstarbank.com for more information.

About the Tennessee Business Roundtable:

To optimize the quality of life and well-being of all Tennesseans, the Tennessee Business

Roundtable develops and seeks to implement public policies which enhance our state’s vibrant economic climate. Founded by prominent Tennessee business leaders in 1983, and dedicated to the belief that an educated, healthy populace and sound state fiscal policies are the primary drivers of Tennessee’s vibrant economy, the Roundtable seeks to be the most respected & influential policy voice for Tennessee's business community. Learn more online at www.tbroundtable.org.

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