Tagged: first security bancorp

Business Icons: Reynie Rutledge Proves Hard Work, Luck Never Hurts a Good Fortune

by Rob Moritz 8/8/2016 12:00 am

Reynie Rutledge is president of the privately held First Security Bancorp in Searcy, the holding company for First Security Bank and its more than 70 branches across Arkansas, as well as the Little Rock bond brokerage Crews & Associates.

First Security Bancorp Invests in CrossFirst

by George Waldon 6/6/2016 12:00 am

First Security Bancorp of Searcy has added to its stake in an out-of-state banking concern: CrossFirst Holdings LLC of Leawood, Kansas. The $2.65 million transaction boosts FSB’s direct ownership from 9.78 percent to 10.8 percent.

Arkansas Business Power List 2016: Banking & Finance

by Arkansas Business Staff 3/21/2016 12:00 am

A banking and finance resource to help navigate the leadership of the largest Arkansas companies or institutions.

Sentencing Delayed for Bank Ex-Employee in Beebe

by Associated Press 10/10/2013 8:41 am

Sentencing has been delayed for a Beebe woman who pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $350,000 from a local bank.

First Security Bank to Buy Fayetteville First Federal Branch

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/12/2013 1:56 pm

First Security Bank of Searcy reaches a deal with First Federal Bank of Harrison to purchase the assets and deposits of the First Federal branch at 191 West Main in Farmington, near Fayetteville.

Bank of the Ozarks, Home Bancshares, Simmons Rake In Nice Profits for 2012

by Arkansas Business Staff 2/18/2013 12:00 am

Arkansas’ largest publicly traded banks have announced their profits for 2012, and they were impressive.

Reynie Rutledge Offers Searcy $230,000 Loan for Airport

by Associated Press 1/30/2013 8:41 am

Reynie Rutledge, president of First Security Bancorp, is loaning the city of Searcy $230,000 to complete airport improvements as officials await grant funding for the project.

Arkansas Business: The Best & Worst News of 2012

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/24/2012 12:00 am

There was good news and there was bad news in Arkansas in 2012. And in case you’ve forgotten the details, the Arkansas Business staff is here to remind you.