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CapitalMark oak ridge Receives Preservation Award

CapitalMark's Oak Ridge office has been awarded the 2012 East Tennessee Preservation Award for its investment in historic Jackson Square. The award is granted for demonstrating exemplary preservation-minded projects within a 16-region area of East Tennessee. David Bradshaw formally accepted the award on November 9th. Click here to read Oak Ridge Today's coverage of the story.

CapitalMark Cleveland celebrates its Grand Opening

CapitalMark Cleveland held its official Grand Opening on Thursday, October 25th, 2012. A ribbon cutting with the Bradley County Chamber of Commerce and city officials was held to kick start the opening day events. Click here to view the Cleveland Daily Banner's coverage of the story.

TDOT Commissioner tours CapitalMark Oak Ridge

Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner John Schroer visited CapitalMark's Oak Ridge office on his tour of East Tennessee. Earlier this year, TDOT signed a grant to invest in historic Jackson Square - home of the newest CapitalMark Bank & Trust office. The Commissioner stopped by the office to meet the CapitalMark team and commend them for their investment into Jackson Square. Click here to see the front cover of the Oak Ridge Observer for their coverage of the story.

Business Briefs: CapitalMark Boosts Earnings

The Times Free Press featured CapitalMark's record $2 million in earnings for the third quarter of 2012. This quarter marks the 15th consecutive quarter of increased earnings for CapitalMark, which more than tripled last year's level. Click here to read the article as it appeared.


Oak Ridge Historian D. Ray Smith featured the story of CapitalMark's space in the original town site, Jackson Square. The space originally belonged to Hamilton National Bank, the first bank in Oak Ridge, which opened in 1943. As CapitalMark's Oak Ridge President David Bradshaw began renovations to the space, he found many remnants of the first occupants. To capture more history of CapitalMark's unique office space, read Smith's Oak Ridger articles below.

Historically Speaking: Part 1

Historically Speaking: Part 2

RESOURCE LIBRARY for non profits organizing

CapitalMark’s Cleveland Team was featured in the Cleveland Daily Banner for partnering with United Way of Bradley County on a resource library for non-profits. Cleveland President Keith Barrett is quoted saying, “We see this investment having broad impact, serving the entire community and providing leverage for United Way and partner agencies to garner greater investments from out-of-town foundations and funding sources. Speaking as a banker, we like to see contributions leveraged to grow and strengthen a community.” Click here to read the article “Resource library for nonprofits organizing” in full.

CapitalMark Bank & Trust Calls on ACH Alert's C.O.P.S. to Stop Payment Fraud

CapitalMark's Chief Financial Officer Barry W. Rich and Operations & Technology Group Head R. Pratt Lewis discuss how CapitalMark employs ACH Alert's C.O.P.S. to protect against fraudulent account transfers and payments. Thus far, with the help of ACH C.O.P.S., CapitalMark has successfully deterred close to a million dollars in attempted thefts. Click here to read the full article.

CapitalMark Boosts Quarterly earnings

The Chattanooga Times Free Press featured CapitalMark's second quarter earnings increase for 14 consecutive quarters in the article "CapitalMark boosts quarterly earnings". Click the article title to view the electronic version.

BANK LEADERS SAY THEY WANT TO GIVE GOOD LOANS TO GOOD PEOPLE featured CapitalMark's Southeast Tennessee President Kenny Dyer in an article discussing current lending conditions amongst financial institutions in the article "Bank leaders say they want to give good loans to good people". Click here to read the full article as it appeared.

Oak Ridge's Jackson Square receives grant


Historic Jackson Square, future home of CapitalMark's full-service Oak Ridge office, received an $800,000 grant administered by TDOT. Oak Ridge City President David Bradshaw was interviewed in WATE's news story covered by reporter Jessa Lewis.



Holley Cited as Chattanooga's Top Manager

Chattanooga Times Free Press' Business Profile featured R. Craig Holley, CapitalMark's chairman, president and CEO, cited as Chattanooga's 2012 top manager. View the article "Business Profile: Holley cited as Chattanooga's top manager" to read more about the success Holley has accomplished in just five short years of opening CapitalMark Bank & Trust in 2007.


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