FSG Bank Names Blalock Senior Vice President For Commercial Banking

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

FSG Bank announced that Bonnie Blalock has joined the organization as a Senior Vice President for Commercial Banking.  Ms. Blalock brings over 20 years of banking experience to her new role at FSG Bank, all spent serving the needs of business, commercial and corporate banking clients in the Chattanooga area.  Beginning her career with SunTrust, Ms. Blalock was most recently with CapitalMark Bank as Executive Vice President and Director of Client Services.

 

Mike Kramer, FSG Bank’s President and Chief Executive Officer said, “Bonnie’s commitment to doing what she says she will do, when she says she will do it is well known and respected across the Chattanooga business community.  Her style, approach, and experience are all a perfect match for our culture and we couldn’t be more pleased to have Bonnie join our team.”

 

Ms. Blalock earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Corporate Finance and Investment Management from the University of Alabama.  She also furthered her professional education at the Southeastern School of Banking and the Tennessee School of Banking, both held in Nashville.

 

Ms. Blalock will be working with Terry Todd and the rest of the FSGBank Commercial and Business banking team. She will be located at the FSG Bank branch located at 1740 Gunbarrel Road and may be reached at 667-7315 or at bblalock@fsgbank.com

 


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