David J. Hanrahan

David J. Hanrahan (46) is the founding President and CEO of Capital Bank of New Jersey, a commercial bank headquartered in Vineland, New Jersey which opened for business in 2007.� Capital Bank has had an extremely successful history, has paid an annual cash dividend to stockholders since 2012, and reported record earnings in 2014.� As of June 30, 2015 Capital Bank’s assets totaled more than $360 million.�Prior to becoming President and CEO of Capital Bank, Hanrahan spent 16 years at The Bank of Gloucester County, now part of Fulton Bank of New Jersey.Hanrahan holds a B.S. in Accounting from Rutgers University – Camden School of Business.� He is also a graduate of the American Bankers Association’s (ABA’s) Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Delaware.In 2010 he was a recognized by the New Jersey Bankers Association as a New Leader in Banking. In 2013 he received a Professionally Accomplished Alumni Award from Rutgers – Camden, and in that year he was also named an Executive of the Year by South Jersey Biz magazine.Hanrahan currently serves as President of the Board of Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity.� He also serves as a member of the Rutgers University - Camden School of Business Dean’s Leadership Council and on the Investment Committee of the Garden State Council – Boy Scouts of America.� He is a member and past Chairman of the ABA’s Community and Economic Development Committee, a member of ABA’s Community Engagement Council and a member of ABA’s Community Bankers Council.� Additionally, Hanrahan serves on the Advisory Board of T.N. Ward Company in Ardmore, Pennsylvania.� He is also a member of the Vineland Rotary Club and Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.�