Jeffrey B. Nolting, SVP, Chief Lending Officer, has announced the addition of a new Commercial Banker to the JCB team. Jim D. Gray, Jr., holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the IU Kelley School of Business. He has 20 years of experience in banking and finance, including roles as commercial, special assets, and agribusiness loan officer; accountant; and financial analyst. Gray will be helping customers throughout JCB’s footprint to find the right solutions for their business goals whether they need commercial loans or treasury management services.
“Jimmy is highly qualified as both a commercial lender and as a treasury management banker,” Nolting said, “and we are pleased to have him at JCB helping our business customers achieve their goals. His history in various financial roles makes him uniquely well-informed on a variety of loan types. We often hear from our customers that JCB has helped them with unusual and complicated loans that other banks can’t handle, and Jimmy takes those types of projects in stride.”
Gray and his wife Amber live in Greenwood and are parents to two sons. He supports their activities as wrestling coach and Little League treasurer.
Jackson County Bank (JCB) has been an independent financial leader for 117 years, providing a full range of traditional banking and other relevant services to their customers. JCB is guided by the core values of honesty, encouragement, accountability, respect and teamwork, which are at the HEART of the organization. With 10 convenient locations in five counties and a presence throughout south central Indiana, JCB is committed to delivering extraordinary service to every customer and community they serve. For more information, visit www.jcbank.com.