November 08, 2018
ServisFirst Bank Nashville Announces New Board Member
Mary Margaret Bourbeau joins top-ranked regional bank Board of Directors
Nashville, TN -
ServisFirst Bank, a subsidiary of ServisFirst Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: SFBS), recently announced the addition of Mary Margaret Bourbeau to the ServisFirst Bank Nashville Board of Directors.
Mary Margaret Bourbeau is a Partner of Crowell Capital Partners, GP and President of JFC Enterprises. Both entities are real estate development, investment, and management firms with a history of real estate investments, spanning more than 50 years. Bourbeau began her career with Bowles Hollowell Conner & Co. where she specialized in mergers and acquisitions.
Bourbeau joins the ServisFirst Bank Nashville Board of Directors with years of industry experience, both domestic and abroad. She has worked in Asia, specifically as Director of Business Development for Ellespa, an emerging growth company in Hong Kong. Upon returning to the United States, Mary Margaret joined Legacy Partners Group, LLC, a middle-market investment bank based in New York, NY and founded by senior bankers of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette. Bourbeau continued her work on exclusive sale assignments and various strategic advisory engagements and later became Legacy’s Chief Operating Officer, responsible for the firm’s operations, financial functions, and personnel.
Mary Margaret Bourbeau is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree with Distinction in Business Administration. Bourbeau went on to earn a Master of Business Administration degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration with second year honors.
“ServisFirst Bank Nashville is proud to announce the addition of Mary Margaret to our local Board of Directors,” stated Bradford Vieira, President of ServisFirst Bank Nashville. “Mary Margaret brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to an already stellar group of individuals on our Board. We are confident in each of our Director’s abilities to lead and help drive new business for the Bank as a result of their influence within the Nashville community. We look forward to the progress and innovation these leaders will bring as ServisFirst Bank continues its growth in Tennessee.”
Bourbeau joins the following members of the ServisFirst Bank Nashville Board of Directors: Charles Robert Bone, Joe Cashia, Ryan Chapman, and Todd Robinson.
To learn more about ServisFirst Bank, please visit us at www.servisfirstbank.com.