Clarksville-based F&M Bank is expanding its full-range of middle Tennessee banking services into the Nashville banking market.
Pending regulatory approval, F&M Bank’s first full-service Davidson County branch will be at 1701 West End Ave.
F&M already has a mortgage loan office in Nashville, and this move will ramp up its presence in the state’s largest city.
It be the bank’s 19th full-service facility located in middle Tennessee.
“Davidson County is a natural progression in the next phase of our strategic plan,” said Sammy Stuard, F&M Bank president/CEO in a news release.
“Currently with banking and mortgage facilities surrounding the Nashville area, we have built a strong team of individuals providing quality financial service.
“As we continue to grow our market, expand products and service offerings and support local organizations, we look forward to welcoming customers to this facility,” Stuard said.
A middle Tennessee regional bank, F&M Bank is one of the top independent banks based on asset size in the state.
During 2020, the bank’s assets increased to $1.3 billion and its mortgage division originated $1.1 billion in loans, F&M officials said.
F&M Bank currently operates full-service banking offices in Dickson, Montgomery, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Stewart, Williamson and Wilson counties in addition to mortgage loan offices in Brentwood, Nashville, and Murfreesboro.
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