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October 2009

Capital Bank received the ARC Loan Lender of 2009 Award from the United States SBA DC District Office.  President Scot Browning comments, "Capital Bank is pleased to participate in the ARC loan program to help America's small business recovery. While it is clearly a tremendous amount of work for a $35,000 loan, as a community bank we feel that it is one way to give back that is beneficial to our borrowers and will be worthwhile in the long run. Capital Bank appreciates the recognition and the efforts of Eddie Tuvin our Vice President of C&I/SBA Lending and Joanie Kreger, Vice President of Loan Operations who have originated and closed more ARC loans in the SBA DC District than any other lender to date."

We are pleased to announce that Mary W. Brooks has joined Capital Bank, N.A. as Vice President and Senior Treasury Services Manager to lead the Business Relationship Banking Group.  Mary has extensive experience of over twenty-five years as a financial consultant in corporate treasury products and services to clientele in the mid-Atlantic region. Each of the Bank's Business Relationship Bankers, Mary Brooks, Reggie Johnson and Kevin Calabrese, who are located in Maryland and Washington, D.C. are committed to providing businesses, professionals, not-for-profit organizations and investors the best suited and most innovative solutions to meet all of the banking needs of Bank clients.  The Bank's primary focus is to Help Your Business Grow. Capital Bank is dedicated to support you, your business and our community.

The Bank has expanded its branch service hours to 4pm in the afternoons Monday through Thursday.  Friday hours of 9am to 5pm remain unchanged.

September 15, 2008  

Capital Bank relocates its Jefferson St. branch to 6000 Executive Blvd.  All account activities, safe deposit boxes, etc. are located a short distance away in beautiful new offices.  We look forward to continuing to serve your banking needs. 

June 2008

Capital Bank launched a Lonely Teller Marketing campaign using radio, print, advertisements and emails to targeted recipients.  The Capital Bank Lonely Teller offers the benefits of electronic check processing including the convenience of never having to go to the bank, next day availability of deposited checks, ease of bookkeeping entries and security.  We are confident that business owners will see the value in having the Lonely Teller in their offices along with access to other benefits of Capital Bank's online banking services.

Lonely Teller is consistent with a Bank Core Value of "Admiring Business Owners"; Lonely Teller allows business owners more time to spend on their business's needs or with their families.  Lonely Teller also allows the Bank to offer services as an environmentally friendly, "green bank" since our clients no longer need to drive to the Bank to make deposits or to handle many routine transactions.

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March 2007

Capital Bank's popular remote deposit capture machine, originally called "Imaging Teller" when it was introduced in 2005, has been renamed.  It's now called the Lonely Teller".

More than one hundred customers currently use the Lonely Teller, avoiding costly trips to the Bank and getting faster credit on their deposits.  Capital Bank's extensive experience with this service sets us apart from other banks who remain committed to a traditional branching strategy, or who are now just beginning to offer it. 

March 2006

The Bank is very pleased to announce a new service to allow its qualified business customers to remotely deposit checks to a Capital Bank checking account using the Bank's Imaging Teller service. Checks are scanned and converted to images, funds are deposited to your account and you never need to leave your office. The system runs over a secure internet browser software from your office. Contact the Bank today to see a demo of Capital Bank's Imaging Teller service. We will come to you!. Benefits include:

  • Process all checks electronically, quickly and reliably
  • Easy to use scanner
  • Reduce Bank transaction fees
  • Save staff time
  • Eliminates copying checks
  • Deposits can be made to multiple Capital Bank accounts
  • No deposit slips to fill out
  • You can retrieve and view front and back check images from the system at anytime
  • You can upload and import files to update your in-house accounts receivable system

August 2006

We are pleased to announce the opening of Capital Bank's third branch, conveniently located in downtown Washington at 1776 Eye Street, NW across the street from the Farragut West Metro station. The branch opened its doors on August 23rd and is a full-service commercial branch with ATM access. Please stop by to visit our new location.

May 2004

We are pleased to announce the opening of our new Executive Offices and our newest branch to Capital Bank located at One Church Street in downtown Rockville. These offices opened on Monday, May 3, 2004. The branch is located in suite 100, the Executive Offices are located in suite 300. Please come by to see our new locations. The original Jefferson Street office remains open to serve your needs as well.

April 2003

As of April 2, 2003, Harbor Capital National Bank changed its name to Capital Bank. Only the name has changed! Please redirect your "favorite" or "bookmark" to



June 2007

Capital Bank employees participated in the Relay for Life sponsored by the American Cancer Society.  The event took place at Montgomery Community College and the Bank obtained over $1,200 in sponsorships.

March 2007

Participated in the Montgomery County Women in Business forum.

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