The following staff changes were made recently by Renasant Bank:
» Kevin Smith has been promoted to Senior Vice President Senior Associate Counsel.
In his role at Renasant, Smith is responsible for handling a variety of legal issues arising within the function of the bank’s general counsel’s office including managing litigation, negotiating vendor contracts, responding to subpoenas, handling insurance claims, among other duties. Prior to joining Renasant, Smith was a partner in the law firm Riley Caldwell Cork & Alvis. Smith graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Arts degree and the University of Mississippi School of Law graduating with a Juris Doctor degree.
» Jerri Pannell has been promoted to Vice President and Trust Compliance Officer.
In her role at the bank, Pannell is responsible for fiduciary and regulatory compliance, policies and procedures, budgeting and financial reporting.
Pannell attended Mississippi State University, graduating with a Bachelors degree of Professional Accountancy. She also attended the Cannon Financial institute where she received the designation of Certified Fiduciary Investment Risk Specialist and Certified Trust and Financial Advisor.
» John Michael Green has been promoted to Assistant Vice President and Senior Credit Analyst.
Green attended Mississippi State University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Engineering Technology and Business.
» Brandy Stanford has been promoted to Trust Officer.
Stanford is responsible for building relationships with Renasant clients through managing a trust administration portfolio. Prior to joining Renasant, Brandy served as a manager for the Eat With Us Group.
Stanford contributes to her community through organizations such as United Way and the Church After School Association (C.A.S.A), where she serves on the Board of Directors.
» Will Robbins has been promoted to Bank Officer. Before joining Renasant, Robbins was a student at Mississippi State University. He received his Bachelors in Banking and Finance. Robbins is a member of the Starkville Partnership.
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