Mac Holley has spent his 40 year career in the commercial and investment banking industries. Mr. Holley works with owners of mid-sized companies to create value through strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, and comprehensive exit strategy design and implementation.

Prior to joining Heritage Capital in 2011, Mr. Holley managed the operations of Florida Capital Bank, N.A. in Northeast Florida as its President and CEO for the North Florida Region. He participated in the founding of the bank in 2004, and his responsibilities included overseeing all commercial and retail banking operations in the north Florida region.

Prior to Florida Capital Bank, he was President, Northeast Florida, and Senior Vice President, Middle Market Banking for Bank of America, responsible for Northeast Florida and South Georgia.

He joined Bank of America in 1998 (via NationsBank, N.A.) after NationsBank acquired Barnett Banks, Inc. in 1995, where he held the title of Executive Vice President and managed corporate banking in Pinellas County, FL. Also at Barnett, Mr. Holley managed the bank’s U.S. Banking division responsible for relationships with companies headquartered outside the State of Florida.

Mr. Holley is committed to serving the community. He serves as an executive board member for the Northeast Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of America where he is past president. He serves as a board member of Baptist Medical Center Beaches, and is a past chair of the Baptist Health System Foundation Board. Additionally, Mr. Holley served as a member of the University of North Florida Foundation Board where he served on the Executive Committee, and chaired the UNF Finance Corporation, served as a former member of the YMCA of Florida’s First Coast Metro Board and is a graduate of Leadership Jacksonville’s Class of 2002.

Mr. Holley served as chair of Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce’s economic development organization, Cornerstone (predecessor to JaxUSA Partnership), in 2003. He was appointed in 2003 by Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton to chair the Blue-Ribbon Commission (the mayor’s transition subcommittee for financing efficiency) and was appointed in 2002 by Jacksonville Mayor John Delaney to chair the Preservation Project, an initiative to purchase and protect green space for public access in Duval County. Mr. Holley is a graduate of the University of Alabama.