Spencer named president of BNA Bancshares, Inc.

Bob Spencer
January 31st, 2020     Featured Occupations

Bob Spencer has been promoted to president of BNA Bancshares, Inc. in addition to his titles of Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of BNA Bank.

BNA Bancshares, Inc. is the holding company that owns BNA Bank.

The holding company is responsible for tracking the accomplishments of the bank and reporting to the shareholders. The holding company handles all of the share trades between shareholders and issuing the cash dividends.

The holding company also handles all business of any assets that it may own in addition to the bank itself.

Bob has 32 years of service with BNA Bank.  Hecurrently serves as President of the New Albany Main Street Association and is a member of the Mississippi Bankers Association Compliance Committee.  Bob is an active member of the New Albany Kiwanis Club, where he received the George F. Hixson Fellowship Award. He serves as a youth Sunday school teacher and as Chairman of the Finance Committee at First United Methodist Church.

He is a graduate of The University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Accountancy. Bob is also Certified Public Accountant. He has two children: Carrie and Gray. He attends First United Methodist Church New Albany.

BNA Bank, established in 1896, is a state-chartered bank with approximately $520,000,000 in assets. It is one of the few ‘A’ rated banks by Weiss Bank Rating Services and was inducted into the Seifried and Brew Top 15th percentile of community banks. BNA has seven locations in Union and Lee counties and one loan production office in Lafayette County.

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