You have a family to take care of, a business to run, and a home to protect. We'll oversee your daily banking needs so you can enjoy the lifestyle you deserve. CapStar's highly discrete, attentive bankers are available day and night to help take care of your finances. That includes weekends. We'll oversee the small details and help you make big picture decisions to grow your money. Together, we'll take charge of your financial future.
Our Private Reserve services include:
- Checking with no monthly service charge
- Money Market accounts with tiered rates
- Internet Banking with online Bill Pay, remote deposit and more
- Mobile banking with the CapStar app, People Pay and deposit via smartphone
- Customized lending for changing needs, including Home Equity Mortgage, Lot and Construction loans
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Beth provides personalized service to CapStar clients who need a little extra attention and discretion. She enjoys making banking easier, more efficient and more fun for her clients. She’s a cheerleader for her clients inside and outside the bank.
When she’s not taking care of CapStar customers, she’s serving the Nashville community. A member of the YWCA’s Academy for Women of Achievement and graduate of Leadership Nashville, she’s a past board chair for the Nashville Public Library Foundation, Family and Children’s Service, the Junior League of Nashville and has chaired fundraisers for Friends of Warner Parks, The Land Trust for Tennessee, Nashville Repertory Theater and others.
She continues to provide communications and interpersonal training sessions for nonprofits and is a mentor to those navigating career choices through programs at the Entrepreneur Center and the Nashville Business Journal. Beth takes pride in the vibrant philanthropic culture that makes Nashville’s arts, music and social service sectors thrive.
Steve prides himself on persistence. He knows it’s a key characteristic for success, and his clients’ experiences show it.
As a member of CapStar’s private banking team, Steve takes the time to know each person and business he works with, resulting in strong relationships that produce lasting results. He enjoys helping physicians and other very busy professionals manage their financial matters in creative ways that allow them to focus on patients.
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Steve appreciates the mix of urban and country in Nashville and loves to explore Tennessee’s Civil War history. Steve loves spoiling his golden retriever, Mattie. He’s also a big fan of grilled salmon and occasionally enjoys splurging on sea bass.
Kelly is a straight shooter. She’s honest and direct with her clients, creating straightforward solutions without wasting time. Kelly provides a customized banking experience for her clients through undivided attention and dedication. She means business, and that’s not just a banking joke.
Despite the no-nonsense thing, Kelly has a great sense of humor. She also helps find housing for the homeless in Nashville by serving on Habitat for Humanity’s Selection Committee. Originally from Northern Indiana, she’s a Purdue graduate with a B.A. in Public Communication who spent 11 years in various roles with State Farm Insurance.
She appreciates the friendly vibe in Nashville and spends her free time horseback riding with her daughter and cooking. Daughter optional.
George helps people find strategic solutions to meet and exceed their financial goals. He strives to help clients in a meaningful and timely way, while managing their daily banking needs carefully and strategically.
Born and raised in Nashville, George believes there is no better place to live. From the Boulevard Bolt to the Nashville Symphony to Percy Warner Park, George celebrates the city’s small-town feel with world-class offerings. He serves on the boards of St. Luke’s Community House, the Boulevard Bolt and the Coastal Conservation Association and is a past board member of Harding Academy, St. George’s Vestry and First Steps.
When he’s not serving our clients and community, he’s duck hunting, fishing, golfing or snow skiing—and planning for the next Boulevard Bolt that starts at his church, St. George’s Episcopal, every year on Thanksgiving Day.