|We understand and share your concerns surrounding the recent coronavirus outbreak and the speed at which it’s spreading. We want you to know that Tennessee Bank & Trust is taking precautions to help keep our customers and our employees safe. Such measures include avoiding non-essential meetings, encouraging employees to stay home if not feeling well, making hand sanitizer available in our offices, and wiping down counters, ATMs, and door handles more frequently than usual.|
We are closely monitoring daily developments associated with the coronavirus. While it is concerning, as of today, our operations have not been impacted. It is important to note, however, that the situation is dynamic. Should any disruption to our business occur, we will proactively keep you informed.
Fortunately, you have many options to conduct your banking virtually anywhere, anytime through Online or Mobile banking. You can deposit checks, check balances, pay bills, get eStatements, transfer funds and more. You can find our apps for mobile banking on Apple or Google Play. Learn more here.
In the meantime, we have collected resources here for you to find accurate, reliable and updated information.
Prevention & Treatment
Information for Travelers
World Health Organization:
Advice for the Public
|As always, feel free to call us at 615-298-8000 (Green Hills) or 615-771-7802 (Cool Springs) for assistance with your banking.|
This is an unprecedented event that requires prudence on our part. The well-being of our customers and our employees is our highest priority. During this time, we will do everything we can to offer you the service you expect from us while preventing the spread of the virus.
Sincerely, Brian HeinrichsPresident and Chief Banking Officer