Andy Anderson of Anguilla has been elected Vice Chairman of the Mississippi Bankers Association (MBA) for 2019-20.
As Vice Chairman, Anderson will serve on the MBA Board of Directors and Executive Committee, and he also will serve as president of the MBA Education Foundation. The membership of the 130-year-old statewide trade association includes commercial banks and savings institutions operating in Mississippi. MBA members hold more than 95 percent of bank deposits in the state.
Anderson serves as President, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Director of Bank of Anguilla. He has over 36 years of banking experience, all with the Bank of Anguilla. Anderson received his bachelors and masters of business administration degrees from the University of Mississippi. He is also a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at LSU.
His involvement in the MBA includes service on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee, and chairing the association’s Legislative and Compliance/Audit committees. He currently serves on MissBankPAC, the MBA-sponsored political action committee. In national banking affairs, Anderson is a member of the American Bankers Association’s Community Bankers Council and has served on the ABA Government Relations Council, Professional Development Council, and Membership Council. He serves on the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) Bankers Advisory Board and the Board of Directors of the Community Development Bankers Association, both headquartered in Washington, D. C. He was recently appointed to a two-year term as Chairman of the CSBS Advisory Board.
Active in his community, Anderson is on the board of Rolling Fork Visitor Center and Museum, Treasurer for Delta Council, and a past president and current member of the local Rotary Club. He has coached youth baseball for 23 years and high school baseball and softball for 13 years. He served as the play-by-play announcer for football and basketball at Sharkey-Issaquena Academy for approximately 23 years. He is an active member of First Baptist Church, where he serves as a deacon and is on various committees.
Anderson and his wife, Tracye, have two children, son Ryan and daughter Marlee.
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