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Charles Robert Bone to Serve on Board of Directors for ServisFirst Bank

- February 02, 2017 | Featured, News

Charles Robert Bone

Charles Robert Bone

Bonelaw’s President and CEO Charles Robert Bone will serve on the local board of directors for Birmingham, Alabama based ServisFirst Bank, a subsidiary of ServisFirst Bancshares, Inc. According to local President Bradford Vieira the grand opening of the new Nashville headquarters located at 1801 West End Avenue, will give the bank over $400 million in local assets with 20 bankers on the ground covering Middle Tennessee. “We waited almost four years to put our board together and that was intentional” Vieira stated. “We waited for the right people. They have a strong commitment to the bank and share the same values that ServisFirst does.”

With 22 branches covering five states, ServisFirst is a full-service commercial bank focused on commercial banking, correspondent banking, cash management, private banking and the professional consumer market, emphasizing competitive products, state of the art technology and a focus on quality service.

More information about the Nashville expansion can be found here – ServisFirst Bank Announces Nashville Headquarter.

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Bone McAllester Norton

Bone McAllester Norton

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a midsized Nashville law firm located in downtown Nashville, Sumner County and Williamson County. Our firm traces its roots to 1978, when Charles Bone, Sam McAllester and Mike Norton first joined together to practice law. More than two decades later, in 2002, these lawyers, along with Stacey Garrett Koju, realized their shared vision of an entrepreneurial law firm, in which attorneys could bring their expertise and passion for the law into an environment focused on high quality work, client satisfaction and community involvement. The result of this vision is Bone McAllester Norton.
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