Franklin Synergy Bank Announces Addition of VP, Private Banker John Insana

JohnInsana.jpgFranklin, TN - January 29, 2013 - Franklin Synergy Bank this week announced the hiring of John Insana as a Private Banker, focusing on the needs of personal banking clients and small businesses in the bank’s Downtown Franklin branch. Insana’s appointment as Vice President was announced Tuesday by Franklin Synergy Bank President Richard Herrington.

"We are delighted to add John to our team of personal and business bankers, noted Herrington. “He joins a family of banking professionals designed to address a need in the business community for a truly local banking professional with personal knowledge of their clients, enabling them to make critical financial decisions.”

Insana joins Franklin Synergy from Pioneer Investments where he served as Regional Vice President. His investment career began at Merrill Lynch is Akron, Ohio and he served as Internal Wholesaler with The BYSIS Group prior to its acquisition by Citibank. In addition, Insana spent some years in Hawaii with Pacific Capital Funds.

Insana earned a B.A. in Economics at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. He earned the Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA) designation through the University of California at Berkeley Extension Program in Berkeley, California. Insana is active in the community with the Nashville Food Project, which provides access to healthy food in homeless and working poor communities. He also coaches soccer at the YMCA of Maury County and t-ball through the Spring Hill Lions.

About Franklin Synergy Bank

Founded in November 2007, Franklin Synergy Bank currently has four offices in Williamson County and provides deposit and loan products, treasury management and financial planning services for consumers and businesses. Franklin Synergy earned its first profit in 2009, after just five quarters of operation. The bank's assets surpassed $500 million in February 2012.

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