CapStar also provides banking services for banks.
We leverage the latest technology, our skilled associates, and their decades of experience to get the job done for our fellow bankers across the state and beyond. Have know-how, will travel.
- Settlement services
- Insured cash sweep accounts
- Director/officer accommodation loans
- CapStar regulatory highlights
- Online banking for correspondent banks
- Holding company loans
- Loan participations
- Fed funds sweep
- Treasury management
- Letters of credit
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Jim Windrow is a banker’s banker. As Senior Vice President of Correspondent Banking, he leads CapStar’s Correspondent Bank, a career specialty that has fascinated him and taken him across the state of Tennessee for more than 40 years. From a small Tennessee town himself, Jim feels at home building and maintaining relationships in the state’s smaller communities. He enjoys learning from them about business and commerce and is eager to be responsive to their needs, no matter how large or small the request.
He says living near Radnor Lake feels like living in a wildlife sanctuary—a perfect park-like setting for a country boy. Jim believes the energy generated by the Capital City, a vibrant economy, and strong corporate and government leaders who have a unified vision for the city are key factors that make Nashville strong economically and a great place to live.
Nevertheless, it’s important for him to get back to the country on weekends to help on his aunt’s farm or work on a friend’s farm operation in Auburn, Kentucky. Working with livestock and equipment in an agricultural setting provides balance for Jim. He says the retreat to another culture reminds him of his childhood growing up on a farm.
A graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, Jim started his career at First American, where he spent 23 years. He brings a deep legacy of experience and a reputation for integrity to Correspondent Banking. And he can tell you a little bit about farming.
Larry’s experience makes him a blend of two people, the keen credit guy and the commercial lender who is eager to meet a client’s borrowing needs and anticipate what else might be needed as his or her business grows. Larry was a National Bank Examiner for the Comptroller of the Currency in D.C. back when interest rates were in the teens. His diverse financial career makes him an acute partner, sensitive to the way big trends and external factors can affect both sides of every deal.
Larry is a sports nut, working out and following the NFL in the fall and MLB in the spring. But most of the time, he’s TCB for CapStar clients.
Kenneth E. Webb
Ken is CapStar’s quiet superhero. He has a deeply embedded code of honor and never hesitates to help a coworker or client in need. An original member of the CapStar management team, Ken helped build CapStar and continues to shape our vision today.
Ken is active in the community, serving in leadership roles for the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee, Tennessee State University's College of Business, Economics and Finance Advisory Board, and the Nashville Sertoma Club and Foundation.
Somehow in the midst of all that, he found time to coach his son’s baseball team for many years. These days, he is active at St. Henry’s Church and pursues other interests like studying history, reading biographies, and hunting... for birds and loans.