AloStar Bank of Commerce
AloStar was primarily an Internet bank, with no traditional brick-and-mortar branches. It also served as a "banker's bank", providing services for small community banks.
In January 2015, AloStar sold the Riverpoint building for $8 million to Grandview Medical Center and moved to the Grandview II building, also on Grandview Parkway. That March, Gillfillan retired as CEO and McGhee was named his successor as chief executive, while Richard G. Hickson replaced Gillfillan as chairman of the board.
- Cole, Antrenise (April 15, 2011) "Who is AloStar Bank of Commerce?" Birmingham Business Journal
- Davis, Bryan (January 15, 2015) "Trinity Medical Center buys Alostar building for $8 million." Birmingham Business Journal
- West, Ty (March 11, 2015) "AloStar Bank of Commerce names new CEO." Birmingham Business Journal
- Seale, Michael (June 15, 2017) "Atlanta-based bank announces acquisition of a Birmingham community bank." Birmingham Business Journal