FSGBank Announces New Additions To Staff

Thursday, November 8, 2012

FSGBank Wealth Management & Trust announced the addition of Robert Clark as vice president and portfolio manager.  

“Holding both the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation as well as the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation, Robert brings exceptional investment acumen to FSGBank,” said Bart Rolen, executive vice president and director of Wealth Management & Trust.  “Adding Robert to our team is another example of FSGBank’s commitment to offering unparalleled trust services and investment management to the community."

Mr. Clark earned his MBA from Wake Forest University.  He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and spent five years as a Naval officer.

He is a member of the East TN Society of Financial Analysts and is a former board member of the Cherokee Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Mr. Clark resides on Lookout Mountain with his wife and two children and is an elder at Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church.

His office is at 531 Broad Street in Chattanooga, and he can be reached at rclark@fsgbank.com.

Jill Green has been named senior vice president, Mortgage Sales manager.  

“In Jill’s 16 years of banking experience – 11 of which she worked as a Mortgage Loan Officer, Jill closed over $300 million in personal production.  That makes her a superstar in my opinion,” said Martin Schrodt, executive vice president and Retail Line of Business manager.

Ms. Green excels in providing personalized mortgage advice to clients.  She is an expert in Jumbo and Private Client Mortgages, Construction/Permanent lending, second homes and vacation properties, and condominium lending -- all of which can be a challenge when underwriting.  “The ability to be a trusted advisor and build life relationships with clients has kept my passion for the Mortgage industry alive,” she said.  “I also enjoy building a team and holding them to a high ethical and performance standard.  I enjoy inspiring other loan officers to reach their highest potential, as well."

As a mortgage lender, Ms. Green has been a multiple time Gold or Platinum Production Award recipient endowed by the Chattanooga Mortgage Banker’s Association. She also earned the Chairman’s Club award for seven years during her tenure at Region’s Bank.

Ms. Green earned a business degree from Lee University and lives in the East Brainerd community where she recently became a member of the East Hamilton Civitan club.

Her office is at 531 Broad Street in Chattanooga and she can be reached at 423 308-2061 or jgreen@fsgbank.com.

Sharon Inglis has been named vice president and mortgage originator.  

“With extensive experience as a closing agent for various title companies and 17 years as a mortgage loan originator, Sharon has a deep and genuine understanding for what her clients are experiencing,” said Ms. Green.  “No one has more empathy or is better qualified to guide her clients through the mortgage process than Sharon.”

Ms. Inglis' expertise extends to all types of loan programs as proven by the recognition she has received from her peers including earning the “President’s Award for Leadership and Outstanding Service as a Board Member” and the “Circle of Excellence” awards given by the Mortgage Bankers’ Association of Chattanooga.

Ms. Inglis is a native of Chattanooga, and graduated from Brainerd High School.  She attended Chattanooga State and studied business.  In addition to being a member of the Mortgage Bankers’ Association of Chattanooga, she also is a member of the Board of Realtors of Chattanooga, the Women’s Council, the Homebuilders’ Association of Chattanooga and North Georgia, and Business Network International.  She and her husband, Jim, have three children and three grandchildren.

Her office is at 1740 Gunbarrel Road, Chattanooga, and she can be reached at 423 308-2119 (office), 423 802-6740 (cell) or singlis@fsgbank.com

Lisa Baskette has been named vice president, mortgage originator.  

“Lisa is a talented and tenacious mortgage lender with 23 years of experience,” said Ms. Green. “She adds a depth of expertise that complements our team and takes FSGBank to the next level.” 

Ms. Baskette learned every facet of the mortgage industry from the ground up, starting with FHA loans, ultimately becoming an expert in private client, new construction, FHA, VA, and USDA loans. “I love helping the self-employed borrower and I am always up for a challenge.  It gives me joy to help others,” she said. As evidence, she has been a Chairman’s Club Winner and consistent top producer in the community.

Ms. Baskette is a native of Chattanooga, and graduated from Tyner High School.   She attended Chattanooga State and studied accounting. She is a member of the East Hamilton Civitan Club, Board of Realtors, Mortgage Bankers and has also been a member of Women’s Council and The Homebuilder’s Association. She is married with a wonderful husband and has two beautiful children. 

 

Lisa is located at 531 Broad Street Chattanooga, TN and can be reached at (423) 308-2043 (work), 423-280-3911 (cell) or lbaskette@fsgbank.com.

 


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