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Movers and Shakers: Insignia Bank Names Tracy Wolfe Branch Manager
SARASOTA – Insignia Bank has announced the promotion of Tracy Wolfe to Branch Manager of their downtown location. Joining the company in 2006, Tracy has over 13 years of banking experience in the Sarasota area.
Tracy has worked in most areas of retail banking with Insignia, starting as a Customer Service Representative and working her way up to Branch Manager. She will be responsible for the management of daily operations in the downtown office, oversight of existing deposit relationships and development of new ones, and community outreach to increase bank visibility.
“Insignia Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Tracy Wolfe to Branch Manager,” said Charles G. Brown III, Chairman and CEO of Insignia Bank. “Tracy’s strong knowledge of retail banking and her great customer knowledge and rapport continue to make her a valuable member of our team.”
About Insignia Bank
Insignia Bank is a locally owned and operated Community Bank with its downtown location at 333 North Orange Avenue at the corner of Fruitville Road in Sarasota, FL. Insignia’s other branch office is located at 5850 Fruitville Road at the intersection of Cattlemen Road in Sarasota, FL. Insignia Bank’s primary lines of business include consumer and commercial deposit services, commercial real estate lending, residential mortgages, and investment services. Insignia Bank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and an Equal Opportunity Lender. Investment and other non-deposit products are not a deposit, not FDIC insured, and not guaranteed by the bank or any government agency and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal invested.
For more information about the company, visit www.insigniabank.com.
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