Simmons Bank promoted Laura Condley, Tim Maiden and Dion Grey to senior vice president roles and director of market development roles within its recently created metro market development team.
Erica Preston and Ray Torrence III also have been added to the team in the same roles for different markets.
These key leaders will oversee private client and business banking, deepen and develop customer relationships and provide collaborative financial products and services, the bank said on Wednesday.
Chris White, executive vice president of metro market development, said in a news release that this expansion is the direct result of the bank’s growth across its six-state footprint.
Condley will lead Fort Worth market development. She joined Simmons Bank in 2020 as a market retail manager and has nearly 20 years of banking, marketing and retail experience.
Maiden will lead Dallas market development. He has more than 20 years of commercial banking experience. Maiden joined Simmons Bank in 2019 and was recently named the bank’s Volunteer of the Year.
Grey will lead Memphis market development and has more than 20 years of experience in the banking and finance industry. He joined Simmons Bank last year.
Preston will lead northwest Arkansas market development. Prior to joining Simmons, she served as chief operating officer for Chambers Bank in Danville. She is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and the University of Colorado School of Banking.
Torrence will lead St. Louis market development and brings nearly 25 years of banking experience to the table. He comes to Simmons Bank after leading retail and business banking teams at Regions Bank.