Peter Lindeman Named Director Of Treasury Management Sales And Services At FSGBank

Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Peter Lindeman
Peter Lindeman

FSGBank announced that Peter Lindeman, CTP, has joined the bank as a SVP and director of Treasury Management Sales and Services.  FSGBank’s Treasury Management services are designed to help commercial and small business banking clients manage their time and money more efficiently and focus on cash flow management, information systems, and risk mitigation.  

Mr. Lindeman brings 18 years of private banking, treasury management and merchant services experience to the FSGBank Team.  Prior to joining FSGBank, he worked at First Citizens Bank in Atlanta, Georgia where he was a SVP and Atlanta Private Banking Director. Mr. Lindeman also worked as the Merchant Services director and Treasury Management director while working at First Citizens Bank in Atlanta.  

President and CEO Mike Kramer believes Mr. Lindeman is a valuable asset for the FSGBank team stating, “Business banking is about relationships; and great Treasury Management products and services are at the core of those business banking relationships.  Peter’s history of building great Treasury Management teams is proven and we are fortunate to have a banker of his experience and talent join our team.”  

Mr. Lindeman received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Wake Forest University.  He served four years in the United States Navy as a commissioned officer and pilot.

 


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