Fourth Capital Adding Prominent Local Banking Leaders as President and Chief Credit Officer


Nashville community bank to add David McDaniel as President and Chief Banking Officer and Eddie Maynard as Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer

Nashville, Tenn. (May 24, 2022) – Fourth Capital, a leading community bank in Middle Tennessee, today announced the forthcoming addition of two prominent banking leaders to its executive team. David McDaniel is slated to join Fourth Capital in May of 2023 as the new president and chief banking officer and Eddie Maynard as executive vice president (EVP) and chief credit officer (CCO).

“With the addition of David and Eddie, Fourth Capital is adding more than 50 years of combined banking experience in Middle Tennessee to our executive team,” said Brian Heinrichs, CEO of Fourth Capital. “Not only that, both David and Eddie have long histories in Williamson County, where we have roots in Cool Springs and will add a second location in downtown Franklin later this summer. Without question, they know what the residents and businesses in this market need because they’ve been right by their side as not just their bankers; but their friends, colleagues, and neighbors for the last three decades. The WilCo market has also experienced a significant amount of banking disruption through M&A, so their desire to build something long-term and sustainable will be a perfect match for Fourth Capital and the community.”

McDaniel, who brings 30 years of financial services experience in Middle Tennessee, most recently served as a regional president with FirstBank. Prior to that, McDaniel was EVP, chief lending officer and Williamson County president of Franklin Synergy Bank. He is a graduate of the American Bankers Association Private Wealth Management School at Emory University and Leadership Franklin. McDaniel is active in the Williamson County community, a place he’s called home for 41 years, as a member of the Williamson County Chamber and as a board member of the City of Franklin Employee Pension & Trust and the Health & Educational Facilities Board. McDaniel received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

Maynard has worked in Franklin’s banking industry for 25 years, most recently serving as senior vice president and regional credit officer for FirstBank. Previously, he also served as EVP and CCO for Franklin Synergy Bank. Deeply ingrained in the Franklin community, Maynard is involved in many local organizations—he’s an alum of Leadership Franklin and has served on the board of the non-profit High Hopes, RMA of Middle Tennessee and the Southeastern School of Banking for the Tennessee Bankers Association. Maynard received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from West Virginia University and is a graduate of The Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University.

About Fourth Capital

Decidedly local and privately-held, Fourth Capital was founded in 2004 as a community bank designed to serve Music City for generations to come. Fourth Capital is a full-service community bank, combining digital tools with human touch to create a premier banking experience. The Fourth Capital name is a nod to a moment in Nashville’s history that may surprise many as the city was the fourth capital in the history of the state. The bank’s headquarters office is at 10 Lea Avenue in the historic Rolling Mill Hill neighborhood at Peabody Plaza, with branches in Nashville at 4007 Hillsboro Pike (Green Hills) and Franklin at 9000 Carothers Parkway (Cool Springs). For more information, visit


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