The Capital Corporation

The Capital Corporation Team

George Thompson

Managing Director
Direct: 816-627-4141
Email: george@thecapitalcorporation.com

George Thompson

Mr. Thompson serves as Managing Director of The Capital Corporation. In this capacity, Mr. Thompson actively assists financial institution clients with mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, ownership planning, strategic planning, due diligence and accounting matters. He holds a Series 79 license.

Mr. Thompson has 40 years of experience in consulting, accounting and banking. Prior to joining The Capital Corporation, Mr. Thompson was the President of a multi-bank holding company. He has served as Chairman of the Board for four community banks. In this capacity, Mr. Thompson worked on bank acquisitions, bank sales, branch transactions, de novo bank formation along with the related due diligence and planning issues.

Prior to joining the multi-bank holding company in the year 2000, Mr. Thompson practiced as a CPA and served as President of GRA Thompson, White & Co., P.C., Merriam, KS. This company provided accounting and consulting services exclusively to banks, primarily in Midwestern states. The company merged with and into RSM Mcgladrey, Inc. in 2000. Mr. Thompson was employed by the predecessor of GRA Thompson, White & Co., P.C. in 1979. Mr. Thompson worked for Touche Ross & Co. (now Deloitte & Touche) from 1976 until 1979. Mr. Thompson graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a BSBA degree (accountancy major) in 1976.

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