NASHVILLE, TN – Tennessee Bank & Trust today announced the hire of Sue Veith as Senior Vice President of the bank’s Treasury Management division.
With more than 35 years of banking experience, Veith will be charged with providing strategic direction, administration and ongoing support for all aspects of the bank’s treasury management products and services. She began her banking career in Nashville at Commerce Union Bank, a predecessor to Bank of America. Following 27 years of treasury management experience, Sue retired from Bank of America as Regional Treasury Management Sales Manager. She most recently worked at Fifth Third Bank serving as Large Corporate Treasury Management Officer for the retail vertical.
Sue is a graduate of Bowling Green State University and holds an undergraduate degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology and postgraduate work towards her MBA. She is a Certified Cash Manager (CCM), serves as Secretary for the Nashville Association for Financial Professionals and is on the boards of both Mercy Multiplied and Both Hands. She also serves as Treasurer of Harpeth Presbyterian Church.
“We’re eager to welcome Sue to the team. As we continue to grow, it’s important for us to have talented individuals who help us place even more emphasis on delivering quality products and services.” stated Roddy Story, Executive Vice President and Manager of Commercial Banking at Tennessee Bank & Trust. “As an experienced banker, she has the expertise and local knowledge to hit the ground running – helping our customers succeed by providing unique, secure and robust solutions.”
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. and the Lawrence family. 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.