Nashville, Tenn. (March 9, 2020) – David Sturdivant, CCM, and Shannon Prow have joined Tennessee Bank and Trust, announced Brian Heinrichs, President and Chief Banking Officer.
“David and Shannon are big wins for our team and a perfect fit for the goals we have set,” said Heinrichs. “David helped found Pinnacle Bank almost twenty years ago and has led their treasury division to astonishing growth. Shannon worked alongside him for many years. She has immense knowledge in training, implementation, client services and sales. This is a watershed year for us, and the addition of David and Shannon will help accelerate our growth as we work together to build a bank that thinks differently and operates with purpose.”
Sturdivant is Executive Vice President, Treasury Management. Leading the treasury management team, he will strategically develop and revise client agreements for all treasury management services, conduct client workshops and presentations on treasury management-related topics, and market, implement and support treasury management services to business clients.
Sturdivant is the treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of Madison and the Board Chair of The Foundation for Athletics in Nashville Schools. Sturdivant spent 19 years as Treasury Management Manager at Pinnacle Financial Partners. He is a resident of Cross Plains.
Prow is Senior Treasury Management Analyst with almost thirty years of experience. She is responsible for creating formal proposals, analyzing customer requests, recommending banking products and services, determining appropriate pricing and approach, and successfully implementing new treasury management services. Previously a Senior Treasury Management Analyst at Pinnacle, Prow is a graduate of Western Kentucky University. She lives in Madison, where she volunteers at the 403 Center.
About Tennessee Bank & Trust
Since 2004, Tennessee Bank & Trust has offered clients a range of custom products and services for both individuals and businesses in middle Tennessee. With some of the most experienced bankers in the region, Tennessee Bank & Trust was formed through one mission: the desire to serve clients better than anyone else. The bank has branch locations in Franklin at 9000 Carothers Parkway and Nashville at 4007 Hillsboro Pike and is one of eight banks wholly owned by Gaylon M. Lawrence, Jr. For more information, please visit tennbank.com