Countybank announces strategic commercial banking transitions

June 11, 2024

Countybank announced several strategic commercial banking transitions and shares that David Trent and Dustyn Attaway will transition to the commercial banking team, and Joe Hubbard will transition to the SBA lending team.

Trent joined Countybank in 2021 as an SBA Business Development Officer. In his new role as Commercial Relationship Manager, he will be responsible for attracting new commercial clients as well as managing and expanding a portfolio of current commercial clients in the Greenwood market.

Attaway joined Countybank in 2022 as a Teller before transitioning to the Reynolds Financial Center as a Universal Associate. In his new role as Business Banking Associate, he will be responsible for developing new small business relationships and managing a portfolio of small business clients.

“We are excited to welcome David and Dustyn to the commercial banking team,” said David Tompkins, Commercial Banking Manager. “David brings extensive experience in commercial banking and business development that will allow us to continue building deep customer relationships. And Dustyn’s commitment to our organization and our customers will enable us to continue putting our client’s needs first.”

In addition to enhancing its commercial banking team, Countybank announced that Hubbard will be joining its small business lending team. Hubbard joined Countybank in 2018 as a Teller before transitioning to Countybanc Insurance as a Small Business Sales Agent. In his new role as SBA Business Development Associate, he will be responsible for generating new SBA eligible loan opportunities and fostering client relationships.

“Joe has quickly moved up the ranks during his time with Countybank, and I have no doubt he will excel as a member of the SBA lending team,” said Chris Jackson, SBA Division Manager. “I look forward to seeing his continued growth and success in this role.”