Tom Moseley Named Senior Commercial Banking Officer At FSG Bank

Thursday, October 3, 2013
Tom Moseley
Tom Moseley

FSG Bank announced that Tom Moseley has joined its Commercial Banking team.  

Mr. Moseley will serve as the senior commercial banking officer for the Chattanooga region.  He brings over 25 years of banking experience to the FSG Bank team.  Most recently, Mr. Moseley was responsible for lending and deposit operations for Stearns Bank in Rock Spring, Dalton and Jasper, Ga.  Prior to that assignment he owned his own company that provided consulting services to community banks in the Tampa Bay, Florida area.  These services included capital needs analysis, loan review, loan portfolio marketing, problem asset resolution, and process improvement. Mr. Moseley has extensive experience in commercial real estate and commercial banking.

Mr. Moseley earned his Bachelors of Arts in Economics with a minor in Applied Mathematics from the University of Alabama.  He is a veteran, having served four years in the United States Army and ten years in the Alabama Army National Guard. Mr. Moseley is also an Eagle Scout.

Serving the community has always been important to Mr. Moseley.  He has held many leadership roles on numerous boards in Manatee County such as the United Way, the United Way Foundation, the Economic Development Council, the Boys and Girls Club, and the Chamber of Commerce.

Mr. Moseley is located at 531 Broad Street, Chattanooga, Tn. 37402.  He may be reached at 423 668-3080 or at tmoseley@fsgbank.com



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