Growth is always our focus, and that includes the personal growth and education of our team members. Congratulations to Banking Center Manager, Lincoln J. Collins, and Banking Center Coordinator, Bryan Cruse, for graduating from the Southeastern School of Consumer Lending! The course was held last week by the Tennessee Bankers Association in cooperation with the banking associations of Mississippi, Georgia, and Louisiana. The intensive, four-day school exposes bankers to the major issues faced by the consumer credit field daily. Within the 30 hours of instruction, five core topics are introduced to the students – lending processes, asset management, regulatory compliance, credit analysis and underwriting, and retail banking trends.
2020 has shown moments and movements of adversity and has taught us to celebrate victories and accomplishments with our full attention. On Thursday, June 25th, Volunteer Memphis held their Awards in a beautifully executed virtual event. We are honored and excited to announce that Triumph Bank received Volunteer Memphis’ Corporate Philanthropic Initiatives Award for 2020!
Dear Triumph Customers and Friends,
We greatly appreciate your patience as the Triumph Executive Team has been working diligently to gain access to the Small Business Administration’s (“SBA”) E-Tran website. We are happy to say that our team is ready to accept applications for the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loans. For your reference, we want you to have a copy of the final guidance issued by the U.S. Treasury regarding this program (CLICK HERE). Below is a checklist to help you gather needed documentation to send to your Triumph Banker.
We know how small businesses throughout the United States, and the international community, are being affected by the COVID-19 virus. The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is now providing Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDLs). Triumph wants to make sure this resource is available so you can see how, by applying directly to the SBA, you … Read more Small Business Administration Resources for Businesses Directly Affected by COVID-19
Here at Triumph, we believe our people are our greatest asset. They value and support each other. They make our customers feel secure. They propel growth in our communities. We want to share what makes our people the best of the best. Every month, we will do exactly that: share their greatness. We’d like to start by introducing our Vice President and Retail Banking Executive, Stephanie Bishop.
Join us in congratulating Triumph’s 2019 Fourth Quarter, Employee of the Quarter, Lisa Fiers! Lisa joined the Triumph team in the summer of 2011 and transitioned to our mortgage division in the fall of 2016, where she works in the Post Closing Department. Lisa has been an asset to Triumph in every role to which she has dedicated herself during her 8½ years here. Read on to learn more about Lisa and her contributions to Triumph’s growth.
Last December, Inside Memphis Business Magazine announced the winners of their “C.E.O. of the Year” Awards – among them, our very own President and C.E.O., William J. Chase, Jr.! Mr. Chase, who politely requests just to be called “Will”, claimed the “C.E.O. of the Year” title for businesses that employ 50-200 team members. To those who have had the pleasure of knowing and working with Will, this victory comes as no surprise. As one of its founding Board Members and first employees, Will has led the growth of Triumph to over 160 employees in three markets and assets exceeding $850 Million.
Join us in congratulating Triumph’s 2019 Third Quarter Employee of the Quarter, Kyle Vaughn! Kyle joined the Triumph team earlier this year, and quickly established himself in his role as a Relationship Banker in our Brentwood office. Read on to learn more about Kyle and his contributions to Triumph’s growth.
Join us in congratulating Triumph’s 2019 Second Quarter Employee of the Quarter, Senior Teller, Jennifer Padgett! Read on to learn about how Jennifer’s dedicated work ethic has helped Triumph grow this quarter.