Melby, Todd, Independent Banker
Persistently, Atlanta banker builds a bank pursuing inner-city opportunities
Shirley A. Langley will always remember the first time she met George Andrews, president and CEO of Capitol City Bank in Atlanta.
It was 1996. Langley was a "struggling" certified public accountant, she says, renting a 650-square-foot office space and overseeing a staff of one. Without an appointment, the lanky banker knocked on her door, and introduced himself. After a few niceties, Andrews launched into the reasons why she should switch to Capitol City.
As the city's newest African-American owned and operated financial institution, Capitol City is dedicated to reinvesting in the …
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Publication information: Article title: Heading Downtown. Contributors: Melby, Todd - Author. Magazine title: Independent Banker. Volume: 51. Issue: 3 Publication date: March 2001. Page number: 98+. © 2002 Independent Banker. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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