Brian Shaw Joins Tennessee Bank & Trust as Senior Vice President, Commercial Banker

NASHVILLE, TN – Tennessee Bank and Trust welcomes Brian Shaw Jr. to the Commercial Banking team as a Senior Vice President.

An industry leader with 16 years of banking experience, Brian will be responsible for commercial lending and growing the bank’s presence in Williamson County. He is a former executive of Reliant Bank where he served as Chief Retail and Deposit Officer, overseeing the retail branch network, marketing department and investment services for the bank. Prior to Reliant, he served as a Senior Group Sales Manager for AmSouth Bank.

A native Nashvillian, Shaw has served on numerous boards including Williamson Inc., Cool Springs Chamber, and the YMCA of Brentwood. He currently is on the board of Luke 9:2 Ministries and is the running back coach for the Father Ryan High School football team. A former recipient of the Nashville Chamber’s Nashville Emerging Leaders Award for Financial Services, Brian is a well-respected and celebrated leader for his professional and community-building achievements.

Shaw earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Western Kentucky University and is a graduate of the LSU School of banking. He also holds a TN real estate license.

“Having a highly regarded leader like Brian join our team will further our momentum as we continue to expand in the Middle Tennessee market,” stated Roddy Story, Executive Vice President and Manager of Commercial Banking at Tennessee Bank & Trust. “He is a seasoned professional who brings great energy and an excellent perspective to each business relationship.”

Tennessee Bank & Trust is a privately owned, full-service community bank that offers clients a range of custom products and services for both individuals and businesses. The bank has branch locations in Green Hills and Franklin, Tennessee and is one of seven banks wholly owned by Gaylon M. Lawrence, Jr. Previously a subsidiary of Farmers Bank & Trust, based out of Blytheville, AR, the bank filed a de novo charter in late 2016 which was approved in 2017. Please visit www.tennbank.com for additional information about Tennessee Bank & Trust.