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Bank Hires Roseanne Sims and David Ascher
First Landmark Bank President Terry DeWitt announces the hiring of Roseanne Sims as Vice President/Senior Credit Analyst and David Ascher as Senior Vice President/Treasury Management Services. In his announcement, Mr. DeWitt stated, “As First Landmark Bank continues to grow and expand, we are pleased to add these two banking professionals who have significant experience in their field of expertise and will be an asset to the Bank.”
Ms. Sims is a credit professional with responsibilities including loan underwriting and reviewing analysis of all types of commercial credits. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Shorter College; graduated in May 2000 from the GBA’s Georgia Banking School at the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia; and received her Masters of Accounting and Financial Management from Keller Graduate School of Management at DeVry University, Atlanta, in 2004. She is a member of the Risk Management Association (RMA), serving as the Chairman of the Board of the Atlanta Chapter 2004-2005. In the banking industry since 1993, Ms. Sims has held various positions with responsibilities centered in credit and risk administration.
Mr. Ascher cultivates strong relationships between bank clients, their commercial banking officer and the Bank by analyzing client need, and presenting and supporting treasury management services. He is a Certified Treasury Professional (CPT) and a member of the Association for Financial Professionals. Mr. Ascher received a Bachelor of Science in Finance at the University of Maryland and a Masters in Business Administration in Finance at American University, Washington D.C. In the banking industry since 1989, he began his focus on treasury management services in 1997 before joining Synovus in 1999, where he grew their department and impact in the Atlanta banking market. Mr. Ascher’s role then expanded with Synovus and he became Regional Sales Manager for their Tennessee and North Georgia region. Most recently, Mr. Ascher was Group Sales Manager of Treasury Management Services for all Synovus affiliated banks until 2012.
February 6, 2013