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Capital One announces Dallas-Fort Worth changes

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Kent Eastman, Texas market president for Capital One Bank, announced Feb. 23 that Tiffany Cason, who has served as the bank’s Fort Worth market president, has been appointed Dallas market president. Kurt Schaal, who joined Capital One Bank as a senior member of Dallas-Fort Worth commercial banking team in 2016, has been named Fort Worth market president.

Market presidents are responsible for the design, development and implementation of an integrated community strategy for Capital One Bank in markets they serve, the announcement said.

Cason and Schaal remain in their executive banking positions with Capital One Bank – Cason as senior vice president in charge of middle market banking for the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and Schaal as senior vice president in charge of building relationships with large and middle-market companies headquartered in Tarrant County and surrounding areas.

The news release said Eastman, who served in the dual role of Texas state president and Dallas market president for several years, will now be able to focus his community leadership efforts on the Texas state president function. He is responsible for guiding Capital One’s Texas market presidents as they carry out the company’s philanthropic and associate-engagement commitment in Texas. Eastman remains in his executive banking role as commercial banking manager in Texas.

Cason earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and marketing from Baylor University and a master’s degree in business administration from Pepperdine University. Schaal received a B.B.A. in finance and real estate finance from Texas Christian University. Both Cason and Schaal are active in their communities, serving as directors on local nonprofit boards. She was a Fort Worth Business Press 40 Under 40 honoree. 

Capital One Financial Corporation is a financial holding company whose subsidiaries had $236.8 billion in deposits and $357.0 billion in total assets as of Dec. 31, 2016, with branches primarily in New York, Louisiana, Texas, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey and the District of Columbia.


– FWBP Staff

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