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Let's Give A Warm Welcome to Peter Connolly!
Halley Fleming
May 03 2011

It is with great honor to announce our new Portfolio Manager at Branson Bank, Peter Connolly.

Peter studied two years at Taylor University receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry. He also  studied at Griffith College School of Law in Dublin, Ireland  for two years.  Additionally, Peter studied at the Kanakuk Institute adding to his Masters Education.

Peter comes to Branson Bank with three years of banking experience, working as a Commercial Lending Credit Analyst and a Loans Analyst at other financial institutions.  “I’m passionate about being an integrous and service-minded leader within the community banking industry,” said Peter.  “I’m excited about this long-term opportunity with Branson Bank because I feel that my passions fit very well with the core values and mission.”  

 Peter will coordinate the annual and semi-annual reviews as required by the loan policy and work with the Lenders to ensure properly maintained credit files. He will also review watch lists and past due loans regularly to ensure problem credits are identified correctly. In addition, he will review all newly originated loans to ensure proper documentation, lien perfection, adherence to loan policies and much, much more.

“I am very pleased that Peter has joined our Branson Bank Team.” said Dean Harmon, Executive Vice President. “I feel that he can provide a strong contribution to our Loan Department in his position as Portfolio Manager. We look forward to Peter becoming involved in a number of areas within the Loan Department.”

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