SouthEast Bank Welcomes New Chattanooga Vice President Roy Reeves

  • Wednesday, September 29, 2021
Roy Reeves
Roy Reeves

SouthEast Bank welcomes Roy Reeves as a new vice president in Chattanooga. With more than 13 years’ experience in the financial services industry, Mr. Reeves is responsible for helping expand the bank’s growth in the Chattanooga market.

A Chattanooga area native, Mr. Reeves says he looks forward to helping clients develop and implement strategies in the areas of management/ownership succession, business growth and improved profitability.

“I enjoy enabling people’s dreams for their businesses and families,” Mr. Reeves said. “And I look forward to serving my Chattanooga community as part of the SouthEast Bank team.”

Mr. Reeves also shared that he is enthusiastic about taking on a new challenge in the business banking sector.

“There’s nothing like seeing a long-term plan come to fruition,” Mr. Reeves said. “When an aspiring entrepreneur describes their dream for their business, I have the chance to help them achieve it.”

In his free time, Mr. Reeves volunteers at his church and supports World Vision and Love Without Reason Inc. He is also an avid pickleball player and a member of the East Ridge Pickleball League.

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