SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif., Aug 12, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Capital Bank (OTCBB:CBJC) today announced that it has been named the Seventh Healthiest Bank in America out of 6,500 banks nationwide by DepositAccounts.com for 2014. The award is based on DepositAccounts.com performance metrics which include asset quality, deposit account growth rates and overall capitalization levels. A detailed breakdown of Capital Bank’s A+ health score can be found at a dedicated DepositAccounts.com web page atwww.depositaccounts.com/banks/capital-bank-ca.html#health.
J.M. “Mike” Justice Jr., President & Chief Executive Officer, stated, “I am tremendously proud and honored for our Bank to achieve such recognition within the six short years we have been open. This award, combined with our recognition earlier this year as the #3 Top Performing Bank in the Nation by SNL Financial for 2013, is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire team.”
Capital Bank is dedicated to being known as the Premier Business and Professional Bank in the markets we serve by providing innovative financial solutions tailored to the needs of our customers while exceeding expectations and producing superior shareholder value that become solutions recognized for…”Banking Outside the Box.”
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