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Mountain Commerce Bank celebrates grand opening

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Mountain Commerce Bank celebrated the grand opening of their office in Maryland Farms with an event for the community and a ribbon cutting with Williamson, Inc. The bank services Middle and Eastern Tennessee with locations in Williamson, Knox, Unicoi, and Washington counties.

Nancy Conway, Williamson, Inc. vice president, greeted attendees and remarked this was the largest turn out for a ribbon cutting they have ever had. She then introduced William E. “Bill” Edwards, III, president and CEO of MCB.

“We are still relatively new to the Nashville market,” said Bill Edwards, MCB’s president and chief executive officer, “but Mountain Commerce Bank and its predecessors have operated in Tennessee for over a century. And we are committed to building our characteristic Responsive Relationship Banking brand here in the greater Nashville area just as we have across all our locations.”

Edwards explained the expansion into Williamson County aligns with their strategy of providing responsive relationship banking to clients in high growth markets.

 “We are pleased to open this new branch in Brentwood,” Edwards said, “and just as importantly to staff it with several experienced, Nashville-area relationship managers. Each is active locally and has deep ties the Middle Tennessee community.”

Banking industry veteran Janet Norman is the vice president and branch manager at the Brentwood location. Norman has been involved with many area non-profits most recently serving on the board of A Vintage Affair. “This is a great community and Mountain Commerce is a community minded bank, this is a great fit for this county,” said Norman.

MCB features an industry-leading efficiency ratio, the consequence of expanding customer base and growth in total assets without a corresponding increase in branch count. The past three years, MCB has earned the list of top 200 publicly traded commercial banks for American Banker’s Magazine, Top 100 community banks under $3 billion in assets by S&P Global. For 18 consecutive quarters they have maintained a five-star BauerFinancial rating for financial strength and stability.

Edwards shares that the brand purpose, responsive, relationship banking is how they compete, prosper and differentiate themselves from the competition.

MCB offers an array of personal and commercial products to its clients, offering checking, savings, online banking, certificates of deposit, credit cards, lines of credit, mortgage and home equity loans and specialty private banking.

A line of products offered at MCB is tailored for 50+ senior, including an Age Vantage CD. They offer a line of investment services offering IRAs, 401Ks, 529 college funds, retirement plan consulting, life insurance and financial planning.

Located by Mere Bulles Restaurant on 5205 Maryland Way, visit www.mcb.com to learn more on hours of operation and a full list of services.

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