Area community bank profits up 13% from last year

But bottom-line gains are ever more concentrated at the top
May 30, 2014 1:58 PM

Wilson Bank & Trust team lays out succession plan

Randall Clemons, the CEO of Wilson Bank & Trust since 1987 and its chairman since 2002, has told his team he plans to retire from his posts in 2019, when he will be 66. Executive Vice President John McDearman has been tapped to take over at the $1.7 billion bank holding company. The Wilson Post has some more details.

May 15, 2014 6:57 AM

On the Move: 5 December 2013

Airport Authority, LBMC, Lipman Group, McCloud Services, Ogletree Deakins, Wilson Bank & Trust, WGU announce personnel updates
Dec 5, 2013 7:00 AM

South Nashville lands infill residential project

Ground to break on The Lofts at SouthView in Historic Chestnut Hill
Oct 10, 2013 1:23 PM

Wilson Bank & Trust quenches customers' thirst for personal finance tools

Wilson Bank & Trust is scoring some points with its client base after rolling out a suite of online and mobile financial management tools developed by MoneyDesktop. The bank introduced the software after being asked by a number of clients to look into or something like it. More than a quarter of Wilson Bank & Trust's customers have since used MoneyDesktop's tools. American Banker has the story, while the companies' news release is here.

Jul 18, 2013 8:26 AM

Salemtown lands another residential project

The Historic Row at Garfield to offer eight homes
Apr 30, 2013 1:19 PM

Wilson Bank & Trust faces more trouble over former branch manager

Stan Hayes, the former manager for Wilson Bank & Trust's Murfreesboro branch, is bringing more headaches to the bank's leadership. Murfreesboro bar owner Amanda Gallagher and Tony Hinson have sued the bank over Hayes' actions, which Gallagher says have resulted in two foreclosures and almost $3 million in damages. In a piece in the Murfreesboro Post, Gallagher's tone is a lot stronger than that of home builder Ken Howell.

“I was never late on any payment,” Gallagher said. “Yet, they immediately placed the loan into default with the first month of the loan and began charging me 18 percent interest without my knowledge. They never sent a letter or called me, and even today, I have been unable to obtain documentation that shows I defaulted on my loan.”

Apr 8, 2013 6:48 AM

$7.5M fraud verdict against Wilson Bank & Trust

A Rutherford County jury has ordered Wilson Bank & Trust to pay $7.5 million in compensatory and punitive damages to home builder Ken Howell, his wife and two of his companies. Howell had sued after former Wilson branch manager Stan Hayes had manipulated his entities' loan accounts by forging signatures. The bank may appeal the verdict; Howell says he simply wants to close the book on the episode.

“They need to make the victims whole, and we both need to move on,” Howell said. He noted that he owes several local companies money after closing his business and plans to “square up” his accounts.

Mar 22, 2013 6:46 AM

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Rhythm at Music Row lands first retailer

Well-established N2Skin to take street-level space in condo tower
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