Capitol Bank Announces Inman as VP of Credit
Justin Hart, president of Capitol Bank, is pleased to announce that Nick Inman has joined Capitol Bank as vice president – credit.
Inman comes to Capitol Bank with over 16 years of extensive banking experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics from University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and completed Graduate School of Banking in 2021. In addition, Inman has earned his RMA Credit Risk Certification.
“Nick’s experience, technical acumen, and knowledge will play a critical role in helping to manage our risk and assist in sound bank growth,” said Hart.
Inman has served as past board president for the Stevens Point Noon Rotary, having received the honor of Paul Harris Fellow. He was a prior board and vision council member of the United Way of Portage County, and prior board member of the Central Rivers Farmshed. Additionally, he was a founding member and treasurer of the Cultural Commons of Portage County.
When not at work, Inman enjoys hiking with his family and dog, golfing, and working on DIY projects around the house.