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One relocating, one promoted

Allison Impastato is relocating from BankPlus’ Meridian Downtown office to the bank’s Renaissance at Colony Park office in Ridgeland. Impastato serves as a vice president at BankPlus and has over eight years of experience in the banking industry. In the community, Impastato has been involved with the United Way and the Meridian Kiwanis Club. A native of Senatobia, Impastato is ...

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BankPlus hires Cooper

    BankPlus has hired Jean Cooper as bank officer in the Pearl Riverwind office. Cooper has over eight years of experience in the banking industry and was most recently employed by Trustmark Bank. A native of Pelahatchie, Cooper serves as an ambassador for the Rankin County Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of the Pearl Chamber of Commerce ...

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Garrard made VP

  BankPlus recently promoted Marty Garrard to vice president in the bank’s Olive Branch office. Garrard has over 15 years of experience in the banking industry and has been with BankPlus for seven years. A native of Isola, Garrard is a graduate of Delta State University and the Mississippi School of Banking. In the community, Garrard serves as an original ...

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Bourne made VP

Jay Bourne was recently promoted to first vice president in BankPlus‘ Commercial Lending Group. Bourne has over six years of experience in the banking industry and has been with BankPlus for six years. A native of Columbia, Bourne holds a bachelor of science and MBA from Mississippi College. He and his wife, Joy, have two children, Truett and Elizabeth.  

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BankPlus hires, promotes

BankPlus recently announced multiple promotions and new-hires. Angie Martin was promoted to bank officer in the bank’s Flora office. Martin has over 22 years of experience in the banking industry and has been with BankPlus for 12 years. A native of Flora, Martin is a graduate of Holmes Community College. In the community, Martin formerly served on the board of ...

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Kimbrell makes president

BankPlus has promoted Michael Kimbrell to president of the bank’s Rankin County Banking Center. Kimbrell has over 21 years of experience in the banking industry and has been with BankPlus for 10 years. A native of Starkville, Kimbrell is a graduate of Mississippi State University and the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. In the community, Kimbrell serves ...

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BankPlus adds McLendon

BankPlus has hired Leigha McLendon as assistant vice president and coordinator of guaranteed lending in the bank’s administration office. McLendon was previously employed by Community Bank as assistant vice president in the Small Business Administration Department for five years. A native of Brandon, McLendon is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi. In the community, she actively volunteers for ...

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BankPlus promotes Kinard

BankPlus has promoted Dawn Kinard to bank officer and branch manager of the Dogwood Promenade office. Kinard has over 16 years of experience in the banking industry and has been with BankPlus for three years. A native of Sturgis, Kinard is a member of the Ridgeland Chamber of Commerce where she has served as a diplomat. She has four children ...

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BankPlus announces executive promotions

BankPlus has announced numerous promotions. Fil Hall was recently promoted to executive vice president and chief credit officer. Hall has been in the banking industry over 25 years. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama. Gee Gee Patridge was recently promoted to senior executive vice president and COO. Patridge most recently served as senior executive vice president and ...

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ANALYSIS: Kinwood case gives a wake-up call to all of Mississippi's business sectors

Michael Earwood’s involvement with Kinwood Capital Group, LLC is expected to end in a federal courtroom sometime soon with his trial on felony charges of bankruptcy fraud and bank fraud. But the civil law side of the Kinwood Capital Group, LLC saga will live on as both precedent in Mississippi law and a cautionary tale for business partners, bankers and ...

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