Mountain Commerce Bank announced today the promotion of six of its key personnel. These new positions signal MCB’s ongoing investment in cultivating strong leaders and rewarding employees for their commitment to excellence. MCB believes that clients should know and trust the people who manage their money.
The bank’s chief financial officer, Kenneth W. Adams was named executive vice president. Kevin W. Horne was promoted to executive vice president and area president for Northeast Tennessee. Vice president Barbara Broshears was promoted to chief compliance officer. Regenia B. Ellis was promoted to assistant vice president and will serve as corporate secretary. Assistant vice president Whit Whitehurst has been named special assets manager, and Michael Saporito was appointed banking officer in the commercial banking division.
“Our staff makes MCB what it is—a local bank proud to serve the East Tennessee community. We are pleased to have this opportunity to recognize their hard work and their deep dedication to MCB’s values. Congratulations to these six members of our team. Mountain Commerce Bank would not be what we are without them,” said Bill Edwards, President and CEO.
These six individuals have over 100 years of combined banking experience.