FirstBank Brings on Steve Jaynes As Senior Vice President
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 17, 2016) – Steve Jaynes has joined FirstBank as a senior vice president and will head up FirstBank’s private banking group. Jaynes will be based in Nashville and work out of FirstBank’s newest financial center on West End Avenue.
Jaynes joins FirstBank with nearly 40 years of experience, most recently as senior vice president and director of private client banking – medical and professional services at Avenue Bank. Prior to that he served in various executive positions with SunTrust Bank.
“We are fortunate to have someone with Steve Jaynes’ experience come on board,” said Tim Douglas, FirstBank’s Nashville City President. “Steve’s knowledge of the market and his extensive banking background will be a tremendous asset for FirstBank and its customers in the Nashville region.”
During his three years with Avenue Bank, Jaynes was responsible for leading Private Banking, as well as overseeing the Medical and Professional Services division, which serves the needs of physicians and physician practice groups. At SunTrust, Jaynes founded their Medical and Professional services division and served as the managing director of Private Wealth Management for Nashville.
Jaynes has been involved with various organizations in the Nashville community, including the Nashville Medical Group Management Association. He is also a 2007 graduate of Leadership Nashville.
Jaynes received his undergraduate degree from Jacksonville University in Florida and attended the School of Commercial Banking at Vanderbilt University, as well as the School of Retail Bank Management at the University of Virginia. In his spare time, Jaynes enjoys golfing with friends and spending time with his family. He and his wife reside in downtown Nashville.
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