Origin Bank has announced that Sean Farmer has joined the company’s Mississippi team as a Treasury Management Officer.
Farmer has 28 years of banking experience specializing in the optimization of the movement of cash within a company to assist with maximizing corporate profits. In his position at Origin, he will work with business owners and managers to create operating efficiencies through automation and fraud prevention technologies.
“We are excited to have Sean join the Origin Bank team,” said Larry Ratzlaff, the bank’s Mississippi State President. “Sean has extensive knowledge and experience in assisting business owners with creating profit strategies within their financial structures. I look forward to seeing how he will strengthen client businesses and develop meaningful financial relationships for our company.”
Farmer has a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Purdue University. He is on the board of directors for FOCUS – Families Overcoming Challenges via Unified Services, and is a community volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and Stewpot. He is married with four children and attends Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church in Madison. He will maintain an office at the bank’s Highland Colony Financial Center at 1063 Highland Colony Parkway in Ridgeland.
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