Tray Brantley Joins FSG Bank As Vice President, Wealth Advisor

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

FSG Bank announced that Tray Brantley has joined its Wealth Management team. Mr. Brantley will serve as the wealth advisor for FSG Bank's South Market, which includes Dalton, Chattanooga, and Cleveland.

He brings more than eight years of experience as a wealth advisor in the Northwest Georgia area.  Brantley specializes in individual and business retirement planning, investment portfolio management, wealth management as well as insurance.

President and CEO Mike Kramer welcomed Brantley as a key component to the FSG organization, stating, “Cultivating relationships with clients is at the heart of what we do at FSG Bank. Tray’s experience and proven track record in the region will be a great addition to the breadth of expertise already available to our customers.” 

Brantley received his bachelor's of Business Administration at Mercer University of Macon, Ga., and his Master's of Business Administration from Kennesaw State University. Mr. Brantley is a veteran of the United States Army Reserves where he worked as a supply specialist in support of Operation Enduring Freedom with the 421st QM Unit of Ft. Valley, Ga.

Mr. Brantley is at 401 South Thornton Avenue, Dalton, Ga. 30720. He may be reached at 706 428-2527 or at tbrantley@fsgbank.com



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