ServisFirst Bank, a subsidiary of ServisFirst Bancshares (NYSE:SFBS), announced the promotion of Emily Frazier to Vice President, Credit Officer for ServisFirst Bank Huntsville on August 1.
“Emily is one of our original team members who started with us 16 years ago and helped with our initial capital raise and office set-up months before we even opened the doors to our Huntsville bank,” said Andy Kattos, ServisFirst Bank Huntsville Regional CEO. “Emily is a key member of our ServisFirst Bank Huntsville credit team and deserving of this new role.”
Frazier has served in a variety of roles during her long-term experience at ServisFirst Bank, including Executive Assistant, Cash Management Officer, Credit Analyst, and most recently, Assistant Vice President, Credit Officer.
Throughout Frazier’s career, she has illustrated strong initiative with an eagerness to learn and willingness to serve her clients and team. Her operational knowledge of ServisFirst Bank and her openness to take on multiple tasks allows her to quickly grasp new concepts, which in turn, she shares with others. Frazier manages a variety of responsibilities for the ServisFirst Bank credit team such as assisting with training and credit servicing/reporting while also supporting several of the largest Commercial Banking Officers’ portfolios.
ServisFirst Bank is a full-service commercial bank focused on commercial banking, correspondent banking, cash management, private banking and the professional consumer market, emphasizing competitive products, state of the art technology and a focus on quality service. Recently, the Bank announced its assets exceed $14 billion. The Bank offers sophisticated cash management products, Internet banking, home mortgage lending, remote deposit express banking, international banking, and highly competitive rates.
ServisFirst Bank was formed in May 2005, and has offices in Atlanta, Birmingham, Charleston, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Nashville, Northwest Florida, Piedmont, West Central Florida, and Western North Carolina. In April 2015, and annually thereafter, ServisFirst Bank has earned investment-grade ratings and a stable outlook from Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA), which measures companies’ financial fundamentals. ServisFirst Bancshares, Inc. files periodic reports with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Copies of its filings may be obtained at www.servisfirstbancshares.com.