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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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Judge to decide who will seek victim repayment in ponzi scheme

A judge is taking bids to decide who should collect assets and repay victims of a $100-million-plus fraud. U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves last week told Mississippi’s secretary of state and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to each submit proposals. Arthur Lamar Adams pleaded guilty May 9 to wire fraud. Authorities say the 58-year-old Jackson resident persuaded investors to ...

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Brown named loan officer at Community Bank

Peyton Brown has recently been named Loan Officer. A native of Brandon, Mississippi, Brown has been a part of the Community Bank family for almost a year. He most recently served as a Credit Analyst. Brown, is a graduate of Mississippi College with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. In his new role, Brown will focus on growing loans ...

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COMMERCIAL FINANCE 701 — The new federal banking sheriffs

On May 24, 2018, 489 days after his inauguration, President Donald Trump finally succeeded in placing appointees at the helms of the four major federal banking regulators.  The prospective immediate and longer term changes to be brought about by these new federal banking sheriffs bode well for banks, commercial lenders, and developers. BACK DROP: Barack, Elizabeth & Donald During the ...

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Change is theme of 130th Mississippi Bankers Association Convention

By BECKY GILLETTE A lot has changed in the banking world since the Mississippi Bankers Association (MBA) held its first convention 130 years ago. The theme of the recent 130th annual convention of the MBA held at Sandestin Resort in Destin, Fla., May 9 to May 12 was “Changes in Latitude, Changes in Attitude” reflecting the many significant changes and ...

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Trustmark promotes Allen Hart to senior vice president

Trustmark is pleased to announce the promotion of Allen Hart to Senior Vice President at its corporate headquarters in Jackson, where she serves as Underwriting Manager. Allen has 34 years of banking experience and is a graduate of the Mississippi School of Banking. She earned a Master’s degree and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Mississippi. Allen is active ...

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Mitchener joins BankFirst Financial Services

BankFirst Financial Services recently announced the addition of Grady W. Mitchener as Senior Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager for the Golden Triangle area. Grady, a Columbus native, has 34 years of banking and lending experience. Mitchener earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business management from Mississippi State University. He is also a graduate of the Mississippi School of ...

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MSU alum Russell joins Nashville firm

Argent Trust Company recently announced that David Russell has joined its Nashville office as vice president and trust officer. Russell, who earned a bachelor’s in banking and finance at Mississippi State University, has more than 34 years in the wealth management industry. Russell is a planned giving specialist, certified financial planner and certified senior advisor. Before joining Argent, Russell served ...

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