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LAW ELEVATED — Benefit plan records retention: How long is enough?

Ask any benefits professional and he or she will likely tell you the question most frequently asked by benefit plan sponsors is: “How long do I have to keep these old plan documents?” The answer to that question depends whether the benefit plan is subject to federal law (the Employee Retirement Income Security Act or “ERISA”).  Most benefit plans sponsored ...

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Renasant names Godbold a private banker and financial advisor in Ridgeland

Gabe Godbold has joined Renasant Bank as a private banker and financial advisor in Ridgeland. Godbold will be responsible for building relationships and assisting clients with their various financial needs. Godbold is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi with a Bachelor of Business Administration. Godbold enjoys golfing, hunting and fishing. He is married to Whitney of Madison, and ...

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Mississippi Credit Union Association announces board

The Mississippi Credit Union Association (MSCUA) held its annual meeting & convention on May 16-19, 2018, at the Beau Rivage Resort in Biloxi, Miss. Attendance included more than 600 credit union professionals, volunteers & guests. During the event, elections were held and the association board was announced. The twelve-member MSCUA Board represents the association’s seventy-six member credit unions in Mississippi ...

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Lott named senior vice president/deposit administrator

Carolyn Lott has recently been named senior vice president/deposit administrator at Community Bank. A native of Forest, Mississippi, Lott recently served as Operations Officer and has been with Community Bank for thirty years. In her new role, Lott will oversee the wire department, submit cash orders and deposits, and order foreign currency. Lott, is a graduate of Forest High School ...

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Molpus Woodlands Group announces new vice president for Timberland Investments

The Molpus Woodlands Group, LLC (Molpus), a timberland management organization headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi, today announced the appointment of Ashley S. Harris as the company’s new Vice President-Timberland Investments. Harris will be the company’s leader directly responsible for overall sourcing of acquisitions and overseeing the closing processes. Harris, 40, is a graduate of Mississippi State University (B.A., Banking and Finance, ...

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Long named assistant vice president, loan processing at Community Bank

Shea Long has recently been named assistant vice president, loan processing at Community Bank. A native of Pearl, Mississippi, Long recently served as Loan Document Officer and has been in banking for twelve years. In her new role, Long will supervise loan processing, loan review personnel, train new employees, handle system maintenance upgrades, and manage day to day operations for ...

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Three promoted at Trustmark

Trustmark is pleased to announce the promotions of Adam Hargett to First Vice President, Tyler Fears to Risk Officer and Meredith Davis to Credit Officer at its corporate headquarters in Jackson. Hargett previously served as Credit Officer and has 11 years of banking experience. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Mississippi State University. Fears previously served as Risk ...

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COMMERCIAL FINANCE 701 — Real estate loans – HVCRE revisited

In the midst of all the recent investigations, pardons, Supreme Court rulings, and incessant breaking news, you might have missed a favorable change in federal banking law.  On May 22, Congress amended the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (enacted in 2010), which revisions included significant tweaks to the High Volatility Commercial Real Estate (HVCRE) regulations governing commercial ...

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Trustmark names LeKeita Braddy as credit officer

Trustmark is pleased to announce that LeKeita Braddy has been named credit officer at its corporate headquarters in Jackson, where she serves as Senior Credit Administration Analyst. Braddy has four years of banking experience. She earned a Master of Business Administration in Accounting and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Accounting from Mississippi College.

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Trustmark promotes Sonya Parker to assistant vice president

Trustmark is pleased to announce the promotion of Sonya Parker to Assistant Vice President at its corporate headquarters in Jackson, where she serves as Credit Analyst. Parker has 11 years of banking experience. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Mississippi College.

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