Eric Mangham has been promoted to executive vice president and chief finance officer at Arkansas Federal Credit Union. Mangham, who joined the credit union in 2012 as a senior financial analyst, is now responsible for all financial functions including accounting, finance and card services. He will also lead the collections, compliance, risk management and facilities departments.
Reggie English has rejoined Farmers Bank & Trust of Malvern as senior vice president, senior commercial loan officer and regional credit officer. In his new role, English will supervise credit assets and lending programs throughout central Arkansas and the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Kristi Morgan has been hired at FNBC of Batesville as a senior commercial lending specialist at the bank’s Batesville office. Morgan has 15 years of experience and will work with the bank’s commercial lending team to grow its portfolio.
Rodney Showmar has been appointed to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis’ Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council. Showmar is the president and chief executive officer of Arkansas Federal Credit Union. On the council, Showmar will meet with the St. Louis Federal Reserve twice a year to discuss the credit, banking and economic conditions facing Arkansas Federal Credit Union and its communities.
Misty Stahr has been promoted to branch manager for the Eagle Mountain branch of First Community Bank of Batesville. She will oversee all operations at the branch.
Christian Pennington has been hired as a lender relations specialist at the U.S. Small Business Administration Arkansas District Office in Little Rock. In his new role, Pennington will conduct training on SBA loan programs and offerings, help lead economic development, optimize the contributions of SBA’s capital programs and aid the district’s small businesses.
DeAnn Gann, Michael Peebles and Brian Wood have joined Legacy Capital of Little Rock to open the firm’s northwest Arkansas office. The team will offer wealth management services to high net-worth families. The services will range from asset management and investments to financial and estate planning, banking and trust services, and insurance solutions.
Andrew Gregory has joined ABB of Fort Smith as the chief financial officer for the company’s NEMA Motors Division. Gregory has more than 20 years of experience and will support the division’s financial plan and ensure the finances of its strategy and implementation.
Chris Ward has joined Mainstream Technologies of Little Rock as a software developer. Ward has eight years of software experience and will work on designing, developing and deploying full-stack software solutions.
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