Scot Browning joined Capital Bank as President in April 2002. He has over 30 years of banking experience, with a concentration in commercial lending. He currently oversees the commercial lending department, which has grown from $13 Million to over $550 Million in funded loans, during his tenure. In addition, he manages loan administration and business development. Mr. Browning also serves on the board of Capital Bank and Capital Bancorp, its holding company.
Scot and his team are focused on partnering with customers and tailoring specific solutions to help each individual client achieve their goals, grow their business and create jobs in the local community.
Prior to joining Capital Bank, Mr. Browning was with United Bank, F&M Bank Allegiance and Century National Bank.
Scot is actively involved in local community development and service organizations. Mr. Browning currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Community Ministries of Rockville (CMR), a non-profit focused on improving the quality of life for the most vulnerable of Montgomery County residents by providing basic services including housing, healthcare, homecare, education, and emergency assistance. He serves on the Rockville Economic Development, Incorporated (REDI), a public-private partnership formed in 1997 by the City of Rockville to strengthen and broaden the city’s economic base through business entrepreneurship. Mr. Browning is also the District Chair and member of Stetson University’s Alumni Board and is a member of the University of Maryland, University College (UMUC) Graduate Financial Management & Accounting Programs Advisory Board. He has served as a member on the Board of the Rockville Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Browning is a graduate of Stetson University with a major in economics and finance. He is married and has 2 children.