NASHVILLE, TN – Tennessee Bank & Trust announced today that it has hired a new senior vice president of commercial banking, Hobbs Yarbrough. Yarbrough has worked in the finance industry for over 20 years and has broad experience in commercial banking, real estate finance, risk management, land acquisition and more. Prior to joining Tennessee Bank & Trust, he served as vice president of Regions Bank’s Wealth Management’s Institutional Services division. There he worked with many of the bank’s largest clients across the continental U.S., most of whom were part of the specialty banking groups of corporate real estate, healthcare and corporate banking. He developed asset management strategies for clients that focused on captive insurance assets, fiduciary consulting for retirement plans and cash management. In his new role with Tennessee Bank & Trust, Yarbrough will utilize his unique and extensive background to provide financial services and support to the bank’s existing client base and cultivate new business relationships.
“We are thrilled to welcome Hobbs to the commercial team,” said Roddy Story, executive vice president and commercial banking manager for Tennessee Bank & Trust. “Hobbs is a charismatic professional with a natural interest and ability in working with customers. I know he will be instrumental to our continued success in the Middle Tennessee business community.”
Yarbrough earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Georgia and is also a licensed insurance agent in the state of Tennessee. As a Green Hills resident, he is very involved in his community. Yarbrough is a member of the Downtown Nashville Rotary Club, serves as a board member of the Green Hills YMCA and is a deacon at First Presbyterian Church.
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 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 earlier this year.