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Capital One Hires Noble, Expands Government Contracting Team

August 20, 2014, 07:23 AM

Capital One Bank  announced that Glenn Noble has joined the Security Lending Group, part of the Commercial & Specialty Finance Group, as a Senior Vice President.  In this newly-created role, Noble will be focused on providing asset-based debt facilities to a wide array of government contractors operating across the United States. 

Noble joins Capital One Bank from the Government Services Group of Wells Fargo Capital Finance, where he was responsible for leading that group’s business development activity in the defense, aerospace and government contracting industries.  Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Noble served as an Executive Vice President at Commerce Funding Corporation.

“Glenn brings a wealth of experience to Capital One Bank,” said Tom Pagnani, Managing Director of the Security Lending Group.   “He is a strategic addition to the team and bolsters our existing national platform that services a broad range of security-industry subsectors with tailored financing solutions.  We are exceptionally well-positioned to serve our clients with world-class financial capabilities and a market-leading team of proven professionals.”

“Capital One is bringing significant resources to bear on this market,” said Noble.  “I look forward to working alongside these dedicated individuals, who are committed to providing the industry with creative financing solutions.”

Capital One Bank’s Commercial and Specialty Finance Business serves clients through a team of more than 200 associates who have expertise in technology, healthcare, security and defense, asset based lending, rediscount finance, municipal finance and equipment leasing and finance.  Capital One Bank’s Commercial Business leverages a relationship-based banking model that seamlessly delivers an array of products and services including loans and deposit accounts, treasury management services, merchant services, investment banking, international services and correspondent banking.

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