Commercial Bank and Trust Announces New Branch Manager

February 2018

MEMPHIS, TN.  Commercial Bank and Trust Company (CBTC) announces a new branch manager for their Raymond James location in the bank’s Memphis operations. Chad Cunningham, Vice President and Loan Officer, has taken on this new role with the bank.

Andrea Gladney, Community President of Commercial Bank and Trust, is excited to welcome Chad to this new position, saying, “Since joining the company, Chad has focused primarily on creating and growing personal, business and commercial relationships. He is a professional with proven success in creating and executing innovative, client-focused solutions that drive revenue and solidify market advantage in challenging startup, turnaround and highly competitive environments.”

Chad Cunningham is a 2009 graduate of the University of Mississippi. He has been employed in the financial services/banking industry since 2011 and joined CBTC in March 2015. He is actively involved in the community through the Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club and various other organizations. He co-founded Young Professionals in Memphis to provide networking opportunities and develop relationships with Memphis’ next generation of leaders.

“Since joining CBTC three years ago, I have developed long-term relationships with both the members of our team and our clients,” said Mr. Cunningham. “This role will provide me with the opportunity to serve those around me in a new way while continuing to grow CBTC’s reputation for success.”

Commercial Bank and Trust was chartered in 1877. The bank has operations in Jackson, Memphis, Paris and Union City, TN.

Mott Ford is the Chief Executive Officer of Commercial Bank and Trust. In Memphis, the bank has offices at 510 S. Mendenhall, 2000 Union Ave., and in the Raymond James tower at 50 N. Front St.

For more information on Commercial Bank and Trust Company, visit www.cbtcnet.com.

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