Machester’s FirstBank Hires New Relationship Manager
Sep 6, 2018
Ryan Gray, an experienced banker and Manchester native, has been named a relationship manager at FirstBank’s Manchester financial center. In his new role, Gray will work with existing business customers and help develop new relationships in the Manchester business community.
Prior to joining FirstBank, Gray served as both an agent and broker at Insure Health LLC and at Continental Health Alliance, where he specialized in the senior market for four years. Gray also served as the Director of Operations at Urbanvest Realty Corp. Early in his career, he worked as an affiliate broker at Re/Max 1st Realty and as a customer service/loan administrator for First National Bank of Manchester.
“Ryan brings many years of valuable experience and a diverse skillset to the relationship manager position,” said Troy Martin, South Central Tennessee area president. “His background and ties to the community will be great assets to our Manchester team.”
Gray is an ambassador for the Manchester Chamber of Commerce, a founding member of Coffee County Young Professionals and is actively involved at World Outreach Church. He is married with a 2-year-old son, and enjoys playing guitar and spending time outdoors.
Nashville-based FirstBank, a wholly owned subsidiary of FB Financial Corporation (NYSE: FBK), is the third largest Tennessee-headquartered bank, with 56 full-service bank branches across Tennessee, North Alabama and North Georgia, and a national mortgage business with offices across the Southeast. The bank serves five of the major metropolitan markets in Tennessee and, with approximately $4.7 billion in total assets, has the resources to provide a comprehensive variety of financial services and products.
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