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Executive Changes

David Brasfield resigns as president of SBS Data Services to form new company; Barry D. Starling joins Raymond James Bank, FSB, as vice president and senior commercial real estate lending officer; Saul Caprio appointed director of business development for Wincor Nixdorf Banking Solutions.

David Brasfield has resigned as president of SBS Data Services, a Birmingham, Ala.-based a banking data processing company he founded in 1994. Brasfield is forming a new company, Brasfield Technology Inc., to service financial institutions in the area of banking security. Brasfield has over 20 years experience in the banking and software business, working first for The Federal Reserve Bank, then for NCR Corporation, before founding SBS Corporation, a provider of automation technology for community financial institutions in 1989, and SBS Data Services Inc., in 1994.


Barry D. Starling has joined Raymond James Bank, FSB, St. Petersburg, Fla., as vice president and senior commercial real estate lending officer. Starling joins Raymond James Bank with over 20 years of banking, finance, and accounting experience, primarily related to real estate finance. Most recently, he served as vice president at Carolina First Bank in South Carolina. In his new position at Raymond James Bank, Starling will be responsible for helping the commercial lending team develop and structure commercial real estate loan transactions with the Bank's corporate clients. In addition, he will be responsible for performing complete financial analyses for new loan requests. He will also manage ongoing client relationships and loan transactions.


Saul Caprio has been appointed director of business development for Wincor Nixdorf Banking Solutions, an Austin, Texas-based producer of open ATM solutions that optimize banking processes. Caprio will direct U.S. development of non-bank and off premises market activities as Wincor Nixdorf Banking Solutions continues its rapid expansion in the United States. Caprio was formerly a member of the senior management team of E*TRADE Access and its predecessor company, Card Capture Services (providers of the CCSExpress ATM). While Caprio was director of marketing, the company grew from an installed base of 2,200 to over 9,000 ATMs.

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