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Capital Bank

Capital Bank

(615) 794-4944

Capital Bank

126 years in business
231 S Royal Oaks Blvd, 2nd Floor
Franklin, TN 37064-8965
Additional Phone Numbers
  • (615) 236-3430
  • (615) 383-3809
  • (615) 302-1032
  • (615) 236-3430
  • (615) 661-5118
  • (615) 302-0132
  • (615) 794-3990
Additional Email Addresses
  • janice.simpson@cumberlandbank.com
BBB File Opened: 08/03/2009
Business Started: 02/20/1891
Type of Entity
Corporation
Contact Information
  • Principal: Ms. Katie Elder
  • Ms. Sharon Craddock, Assistant Vice President
  • Karen Emerson-McPeak, Darinda Boyd's Assistant
  • Mr Danny Herron, President, Cumberland Bank
  • Mr Jere Pewett, Exec VP
  • Mr. Brian Reeves, Middle Tennessee Market President
  • Mr. Brian Tinker, Manager
  • Ms. Malinda White, Banking Officer/Executive Assitant

Business Category
  • Banks
Products & Services
This company offers banking and financial services.

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Capital Bank