CapStar brings on U.S. financial institution exec


Nashville native to supervise retail, non-public financial institution, wealth administration

authors Geert De Lombaerde

CapStar Financial institution has recruited a longtime U.S. Financial institution government to guide its retail, non-public banking and wealth administration groups.

Jennie O’Bryan involves downtown-based CapStar as shopper banking director, a job previously held for practically six years by Tara Alford, who left the financial institution in March. O’Bryan is a local Nashvillian who had spent the previous 35 years at U.S. Financial institution, most not too long ago as a vp of wealth administration overseeing non-public bankers in Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri. Earlier than that, she held regional buyer expertise and department administration roles.

“We’re happy to welcome an completed banker with a protracted historical past of serving clients in Center Tennessee and past,” CapStar CEO Claire Tucker mentioned in an announcement. “Jennie’s experience in consumer expertise over an intensive department community in addition to her profitable observe document as a recruiter are huge belongings given CapStar’s present progress trajectory.”

CapStar final 12 months acquired Athens Bancshares, giving the financial institution a department community within the Interstate 75 hall from Chattanooga to Knoxville and rising its belongings to $ billion from about $1.Four billion. The corporate final week reported a first-quarter revenue of $4.eight million versus $3.2 million within the first three months of 2018.

O’Bryan is a graduate of Furman College’s College of Retail Financial institution Administration and was administration advisor for U.S. Financial institution’s native Growth Community. She has been concerned previously with Habitat for Humanity and United Approach and has served on the board of Junior Achievement.


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