Teresa Perkins Is Promoted to Universal Banker
MEMPHIS, Tenn., January 24, 2019 – Jim Rout, president and chief executive officer for BankTennessee, was promoted to a universal banker in January 2018. She works at the Downtown Memphis location at 30 North Second at Court Square.
As a BankTennessee universal banker, Perkins helps build relationships with customers by opening new accounts, any necessary teller work as well as answer any questions. With the bank since 2014, she was a teller at the East Memphis office prior to her promotion. Early in her career, she served as a customer service representative at First American Bank, Union Planters Bank and Regions Bank. Perkins also sold life insurance and annuities at Regions Bank.
“We are pleased to promote Teresa. With her experience and positive attitude, she will continue to be a great asset to our customers and the bank,” said Rout. “She has a great future with us.” Married to Charles Perkins, she has 2 daughters, Tina and Ashley, 3 stepdaughters, Pam, Rosalyn, and Constance, a stepson, Charles, Jr., and 8 grandchildren. About BankTennessee
“We take banking personally and are committed to providing a personal level of service where our customers matter. It’s a philosophy that has worked for us since our bank was founded in Memphis in 1934, more than 80 years ago. We attribute our success to our personnel and local communities we support,” said Rout, chief executive officer and president of the bank.
Headquartered in Collierville, Tennessee, BankTennessee has 8 retail banking offices located in Collierville, East and Downtown Memphis, Germantown, Ripley, Munford, and Lebanon in Middle Tennessee.
As of December 31, 2018, BankTennessee had $303,105,838 in assets. The bank offers a full range of financial products and services including personal and business checking accounts, mobile banking, online banking, mortgages, home equity lines of credit, custom construction loans, commercial and consumer loans, treasury management, remote capture and merchant card services.