The Trust Company of Tennessee announces four promotions to leadership positions
The Trust Company of Tennessee has promoted four team members to new leadership positions.
Chad Schollaert has been promoted to chief development officer; Lara Fleming, chief people officer; Adam Davies, vice president of retirement plan services; and Matt Prince, vice president of wealth management.
Founded in 1987 and with offices in Chattanooga, Knoxville and the Tri-Cities, The Trust Company of Tennessee currently has more than $3.5 billion under management. The firm helps individuals, families, business owners and charities make better decisions with money through wealth management, personal investment strategy, corporate retirement plans, estate planning and personal trust services.
“Chad, Lara, Adam and Matt earned these titles because of their commitment to our philosophy and principles,” said Daniel Carter, president of The Trust Company of Tennessee. “These promotions will help us attain our growth goals while staying a fiscally robust organization and providing outstanding client experience. We are grateful for their commitment, leadership and teamwork.”
In their new positions, Schollaert will work collaboratively with the firm’s marketing department to foster growth in its service lines; Fleming will continue to foster a supportive and functional environment to both retain and expand staff; Davies will ensure that retirement plan sponsors receive stellar service through our company protocols and procedures; and Prince will expand his role in wealth management as a trusted advisor and financial counselor for clients.
About The Trust Company of Tennessee
Founded in 1987, The Trust Company of Tennessee currently has more than $3.5 billion under management and more than 75 employees. The firm helps individuals, families, business owners and charities make better decisions with money through wealth management, corporate retirement and personal trust services. Based in Knoxville, the firm also has offices in Chattanooga and the Tri-Cities. For more information, visit http://www.thetrust.com.