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Regions Bank Appoints Bunt Small Business Administration Commercial Banker

August 05, 2019, 08:55 AM
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Regions Bank announced the hiring of Brad Bunt as a Small Business Administration Commercial Banker for its East Texas and North Louisiana markets.

As reported by the Marshall News Messenger, in this role, Bunt will be responsible for developing and managing the bank’s SBA program, which provides loans to help small businesses start, build and grow through partnerships with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Bunt will be involved with creating strategies to originate SBA loans in the marketplace.

“Brad’s extensive SBA knowledge, his industry experience and his commitment to excellence make him a natural fit for the role of SBA Commercial Banker for Regions Bank,” said Chad Cargile, Commercial Banking Executive and Market Executive for Tyler and Longview. “He is a highly regarded and recognized leader in the SBA community for the partnerships he has established with small business owners.”

Bunt received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Texas. He obtained a Master of Business Development Certification from the American Small Business Development Center.

Bunt is actively involved in the community, having served as the past board president of East Texas Council of Government’s East Texas Regional Development Company (CDC) that oversees SBA 504 loans and the Chapman Revolving Loan Fund.

He has also been a board member for the East Texas Better Business Bureau, the East Texas Film Commission, LeTourneau University Business Advisory and Curriculum Committee and the Hallsville ISD Education Foundations, where he was recognized with the 2014 distinguished Alumni award.

Bunt is also a graduate of Leadership Longview.

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