Emma Willis has been hired as a senior strategist at Mangan Holcomb Partners/Team SI in Little Rock. Willis is a former executive director of 529 plans and financial literacy at the Arkansas treasurer’s office.
Willis’ hire will launch the agency’s consulting business in the 529 and government savings sector.
Reggie Rose has been promoted to community executive for Simmons Bank’s Conway market. He previously served three years as a community banker at Simmons, providing banking solutions for business clients that ranged from large corporations to small business operators.
Angie Hooker, Holly Tyler and Rachel Woods have been promoted to the position of assistant vice president-loan operations for Citizens Bank.
Hooker and Woods are based in Batesville, while Tyler is based in Arkadelphia.
Elizabeth “Liz” Adams is the new financial adviser and chief compliance officer for EGP Wealth Management in North Little Rock.
Adams brings to her new job 33 years of experience in portfolio management and financial planning.
Evan Paul has been hired as business analyst in the Software Development Unit of Mainstream Technologies in Little Rock, and Brennan Paul has been hired as a business analyst in the Software Development Unit.
Before joining Mainstream, both spent three years with Hewlett Packard Enterprise in Conway.
Chris Carland and Alex Cope, both of Little Rock, are new brokers with the Hathaway Group.
Carland is a sales professional with experience in wholesale clothing and athletic equipment, as well as in real estate.
Cope has significant financial analysis experience with a Fortune 100 company.
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