Atlantic Capital Bancshares, Inc. (Nasdaq: ACBI) announced today that Joe DiNicolantonio will join the company as Executive Vice President and Tennessee/Northwest Georgia Banking President. DiNicolantonio will lead the business development and relationship management efforts of the bank's commercial, business and retail banking teams for Tennessee and northwestern Georgia. DiNicolantonio will take over from Nathan Hunter who will retire May 31. Hunter joined FSG Bank, NA (purchased by Atlantic Capital in October of 2015) in his current role in November of 2013. "Nathan was instrumental in the rebuilding of legacy FSG Bank and we're grateful for his reliable leadership in eastern Tennessee and northwestern Georgia over the last 3 years," said Mike Kramer, President and Chief Operating Officer of Atlantic Capital.

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Atlantic Capital Bancshares, Inc. announces Joe DiNicolantonio as Executive Vice President and Tennessee/Northwest Georgia Banking President (Photo: Business Wire)

DiNicolantonio most recently served as Executive Vice President and Division Head of Business Banking for Regions Bank. In this role he led the efforts of Business bankers and SBA specialists across Regions' 15 state footprint. His team was responsible for strategy, banking products and banker development focused on meeting the financial needs of the client. His nearly 20-year career at Regions included Market Executive roles for West Tennessee and the Chattanooga market.

"Joe has a superior track record of success, building teams and delivering extraordinary banking service across Tennessee and the entire southeast. It is critically important that Atlantic Capital be successful in our Tennessee and Northwest Georgia markets. Joe's leadership experience in local markets and enterprise-wide is especially valuable to Atlantic Capital," said Doug Williams, Chief Executive Officer of Atlantic Capital.

"I am excited to be joining the Atlantic Capital team," said DiNicolantonio, "The reputation of the bank, the leadership teams' commitment to build a premier bank across the southeast and especially in East Tennessee combined with this unique opportunity to work in a great market, with great bankers focused on meeting their client's financial needs was at the core of my desire to join the ACB team."

DiNicolantonio will be based in Chattanooga and report to Mike Kramer. He received his BS in Business from the University of Florida and his MBA from the University of South Florida. DiNicolantonio has served in board leadership roles with the US Chamber of Commerce Council on Small Business, University of Memphis College of Business, and the Mid-South Minority Business Continuum.

About Atlantic Capital Bank, NA

Atlantic Capital Bank, NA is a subsidiary of Atlantic Capital Bancshares, Inc. which is a $2.8 billion publicly traded bank holding company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Atlantic Capital offers banking, treasury management, capital markets, trust, and mortgage services to privately held companies and individuals in Atlanta, eastern Tennessee, northwest Georgia and Charlotte, NC. Atlantic Capital also provides specialized financial services to select clients nationally. For more information, visit our website at www.atlanticcapitalbank.com.

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