Scott Powell Named Deputy Chief Credit Officer At FSG Bank

Friday, September 27, 2013
Scott Powell
Scott Powell

FSG Bank announced that Scott Powell has joined its Credit Administration team. Mr. Powell will serve as the new Deputy Chief Credit officer.  

He has 23 years of credit administration, underwriting, and relationship management experience, most recently working at Wells Fargo Bank as the Business Banking Senior Regional Credit Officer in Atlanta. Mr. Powell specializes in risk management and credit administration.  

Chris Tietz, EVP and chief credit officer believes he will be a great asset to the FSG Bank team stating, “Scott and I have worked together in the past for many years and he has considerable proven experience helping to build a customer responsive and value added support structure in a community bank environment.” 

Mr. Powell received his Bachelor of Business Administration (cum laude) from McKendree College and his master's of Business Administration from the University of Southern Indiana.  He served four years in the United States Air Force.

Mr. Powell is at 531 Broad Street, Chattanooga, Tn. 37402. He may be reached at 423 308-2010.


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