Pinnacle Bank Taps O’Hare to Lead New Capital Finance Group
OCT 3, 2019 - 6:30 am
Kevin O’Hare joined Pinnacle Bank as president of the bank’s newly formed Capital Finance Group.
“We are so pleased that Mr. O’Hare has agreed to join the bank and run our Capital Finance Group. Kevin brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our team of professional bankers. The bank is looking forward to providing an asset-based lending option to our current clients and potential new clients. The group will focus on small to medium sized business with revenues up to $50 million,” said Jeffrey D. Payne, Pinnacle president and CEO.
O’Hare brings more than 40 years of lending and factoring experience to Pinnacle Bank. During that timeframe, he has been a part of several banking institutions as well as independent finance businesses. He also was the founder of a variety of private finance companies, including Graystone Capital, which he sold to Scott Valley Bank in 2014.
“I am delighted to be associated with such a reputable banking organization and with colleagues that are community focused and service oriented. It is especially exciting to continue my career of providing growth and working capital financing to deserving companies and to do so as part of Pinnacle Bank,” said O’Hare.
Pinnacle Bank is a full-service community business bank dedicated to providing depository and credit services in Santa Clara, San Benito, and Monterey counties in California. The bank focuses on commercial banking services for small to medium-sized businesses.
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