Matousek, Hill And Hamilton Join Pinnacle Financial Partners

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Pinnacle has recruited Mike Matousek, Brandi Hamilton and Carrie Hill to deliver distinctive service and effective advice at its Broad Street office. 

Mr. Matousek brings eight years of experience to his role of senior vice president and credit advisor for Pinnacle’s credit administration group. Before joining Pinnacle, he spent eight years with Branch Banking and Trust, where roles included serving as a commercial credit leader, portfolio manager and credit analyst. 

Mr. Matousek graduated Magna cum Laude and earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Clemson University. 

Ms. Hamilton has nine years of experience and joins the firm as a financial advisor assistant. Before joining Pinnacle she was with First Volunteer Bank, where she was a loan operations specialist. Previously Ms. Hamilton was with CapitalMark Bank & Trust, where she was a document control specialist. 

She attended LaGrange College in LaGrange, Ga. 

Ms. Hill, with 14 years of financial services experience, joins Pinnacle as a financial specialist. Prior roles were with SunTrust Bank, where she served as a personal banker and teller coordinator and Regions Bank, where she was a head teller and financial services representative. 

Ms. Hill earned her associate’s degree from Chattanooga State Technical Community College. 

Additional information concerning Pinnacle, which is included in the NASDAQ Financial-100 Index, can be accessed at www.pnfp.com.

 



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