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Jason Carter-Solomon

Jason has over 10 years of experience in commercial banking and real estate.  He specializes in working capital, construction financing, tax incentives, and complex real estate developments.  He works with entrepreneurs and executives in small to mid-size businesses to provide working capital loans, structure loans for asset purchases, as well as business merger and acquisitions.

Over his career, he has gained specialized experience with urban redevelopment tools and incentives. He works with real estate developers and investors to build, renovate, reposition, and acquire assets in all sectors of commercial real estate. Jason has been recognized as one of Ingram’s Magazines “Kansas City Top 40 Under 40” and with the Independent Magazine’s “Kansas City Rising Star Award.”

Jason has served on numerous boards around Kansas City. He is currently President of the Board of the Kansas City Automotive Museum and serves on a special standing committee to address tax incentive reform for the city of Kansas City, Missouri. He has served on various other boards as a financial advisor helping to curb losses and raise financial awareness to help keep non-profit missions on target and financially sustainable.



BS, Business Administration, Saint Louis University

MS, Entrepreneurial Real Estate, University of Missouri, Kansas City


• Kansas City Automotive Museum, President of the Board
• Centurions Leadership Program of Kansas City, Alumni and former Board Member
• Urban Land Institute, Speaker and Mentor
• UMKC Real Estate Program, Guest Lecturer
• City of Kansas City, Missouri, Advance KC 2.0, Committee Member

Jason is a self-proclaimed "gearhead" and loves old muscle cars and vintage automobiles from the 40's thru 70's. Jason is a full-time single dad to 8-year-old Charlotte, who enjoys singing, dancing, gymnastics, arts & crafts.

Why Landmark?

"I was drawn to Landmark because at its core, the culture here is- 'People banking People.' I believe that banking is still a noble profession and the local community banker plays a vital role, not just in capital markets, but in making our communities better. Landmark is an excellent community stakeholder and it empowers its employees to value the nuance of people and leave both its customers and communities with positive experiences. This is how Landmark has grown over the years, and how we will continue to grow for many years to come.”