Q&A with Chuck Sisson

Chairman, The Southeastern Schools of Lending, Tennessee Bankers Association City President, Centennial Bank, McKenzie The Southeastern School of Consumer Lending (March 22–25, 2021) and Commercial Lending I & II (May 24–28, 2021) are […]

TBA priorities for the 112th General Assembly

By Amy Heaslet, Executive Vice President/General Counsel, Tennessee Bankers Association The months leading up to the start of the 112th General Assembly on January 12 were marked with uncertainty as the COVID […]

TDFI Balances Supervision Amid COVID-19

By Greg Gonzales, Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions Governor Bill Lee held budget hearings with all state agencies in November. The discussions centered around the impact of COVID-19 on our […]

Financial Literacy Week in Tennessee

By Derrick Whitten, Vice President, The Hardin County Bank, Savannah, Chairman, TBA Young Bankers Division The legacy of the Young Bankers Division highlighting Tennessee banks’ efforts in financial literacy dates back […]

Finding gratitude in 2020

By Colin Barrett, President/CEO, Tennessee Bankers Association A few years ago, William had a teacher who suggested keeping a “Thankfulness Journal” to all her students. She wanted her students to […]

Q&A with Joel Beavers

 Joel Beavers Chairman, Credit Committee, Tennessee Bankers Association Vice President, Regional Credit Officer, SmartBank, Knoxville A native of Jackson, Miss., Joel Beavers got his start as a credit analyst on […]

Truist’s Tennessee Leadership in Lockstep

Article by Roger Shirley As the end of 2019 approached, SunTrust Memphis Regional President Johnny Moore and BB&T Tennessee President Christian Corts were in communication with each other as the […]

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