Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Brian Fisher, well-known veteran banker, joins commercial lending team at SouthCrest Bank
ATLANTA, GA – As SouthCrest Bank continues to execute its strategy to become a leading financial services provider in the Atlanta region, SouthCrest announces that well-known, respected professional banker Brian Fisher has been named Senior Vice President, Commercial Banker.
“Having Brian Fisher join SouthCrest’s A-Team of financial professionals will add immensely to our capability to provide value-added, creative, relationship-based commercial banking services for businesses, entrepreneurs and high-net-worth individuals in the Atlanta region,” said Brian D. Schmitt, Chief Executive Officer of SouthCrest Bank N.A. and SouthCrest Financial Group (SCSG:PK).
Fisher has two decades of leadership success in a wide array of responsibilities in commercial and private banking with name-brand financial institutions. He will be headquartered in SouthCrest Bank’s Atlanta Midtown Office. Fisher’s appointment is another major step in SouthCrest Bank’s strategy to be a dominant business bank for the 13-county Metro Atlanta region.
Fisher lives in Avondale Estates with his wife, Angela, and daughters Reese, Libby Grace and Blythe. He serves as a member of the Avondale Estates City Commission. “We are building a bench of extraordinarily talented, service-oriented high-performers that will be unmatched in the region as we continue to grow,” said Schmitt.
SouthCrest Financial Group, Inc. is a $540 million asset bank holding company headquartered in Atlanta, GA. The company operates a 10 branch network throughout Georgia and Alabama through its subsidiary bank, SouthCrest Bank, N.A. The bank provides a full suite of retail, private, entrepreneurial, high-net-worth and commercial banking services, and online banking services.
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