Commercial & Industrial
CapStar has the expertise and knowledge to help you sustain and grow your business for years to come.
We facilitate partnerships with experienced business owners to create long-term growth. We also work with other financial sponsors on club financing. Our bankers typically work with businesses earning revenues from $15 million to $250 million in annual revenue*. You provide the vision. We’ll provide the financial resources, access and technology to make it come alive.
- Working capital lines of credit
- Equipment financing
- Owner-occupied real estate financing
- Acquisition financing
- Coordinating and leading “club” deals
- Treasury management
Call one of our Commercial & Industrial Bankers below to get started.
Brad is a one-man banking machine. He’ll listen with laser focus to your needs and find an effective and rewarding way to meet them. Banking is not one-size-fits-all, and Brad enjoys crafting sharp and personalized solutions that meet each client’s individual circumstance.
As a native Nashvillian, Brad knows the city and has the perspective, foresight, and wisdom to think long-term for you and your business. Brad makes deals happen so your focus can be on your business.
When he’s not leading our Commercial Banking team, he’s enjoying his family, working out, or driving the golf cart at Forest Hills Baptist Church. Ask him for details.
Tony helps business owners grow their companies, ensuring long-term success while providing tailored solutions for right now.
Tony knows what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur because he is one. He spent 15 years helping his family build their retail business to a five-location enterprise, now celebrating more than 40 years in business.
When he’s not helping your business win, he’s claiming victory on the ice with his hockey team. Tony grew up playing ice hockey in Buffalo and throughout college, and now makes a yearly trip to Lake Placid to keep his name in Buffalo sports lore.
Growing Nashville businesses and improving the community is more than a job to Tony. He mentors young, exciting companies at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center and serves on the board of the Better Business Bureau. He was recognized as Volunteer of the Year in 2016 by the Franklin Family YMCA board of directors and is a member of the Leadership Franklin Class of 2017. Tony loves Nashville for its people. He also appreciates Nashville’s low taxes, strong economy and buoyant business growth. After all, he's a banker.
Jay does it all at CapStar, providing expertise in everything from deposit services to treasury management for our Sumner County clients.
He knows every company and person is different, and enjoys serving as his clients’ trusted advisor while working alongside them to find a customized solution for each unique need.
Jay grew up in middle Tennessee and is proud to have witnessed and participated in the area’s steady advancement over the years. He sees promise in its growth and diverse economy. You can see Jay everywhere in Sumner County and he’s very excited about CapStar’s partnership with the Event Center at the Comer Barn.
When he’s not working, Jay’s enjoys relaxing with family on Old Hickory Lake or working on his golf game with willing victims.
John develops and manages relationships with business owners and company executives, helping grow their businesses with CapStar’s lending and treasury management services.
As a successful former business owner, John has sat on your side of the table and experienced what it takes to pursue and develop a new venture. As a current banker, he’s passionate about helping you build yours.
Nashville is John’s hometown. He loves the big-town aspect with a small-town feel. With a heart for business, he also appreciates Nashville’s entrepreneurial spirit. In fact, John is a trained mentor at the Nashville’s award-winning Entrepreneur Center and serves on the board of WhoUWith Ministries and the Tennessee Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth.
John’s something of a local hero, having enjoyed a successful career as a kicker at Montgomery Bell Academy which led to starting as kicker on Vanderbilt’s football squad and subsequently being drafted into the NFL. These days, John is doing less kicking and more swimming, biking and running and babysitting for his young son. Worth Googling.