Board of Directors
Chief Executive Officer |President
Tom Broughton received a Bachelor of Science in Finance degree from The University of Alabama and a Master of Business Administration from the J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. He has spent the entirety of his 34-year banking career in the Birmingham area. In 1985 he founded the de novo First Commercial Bank and was named President. When First Commercial Bank was bought by Synovus in 1992, he continued as President and was named Chief Executive Officer of First Commercial Bank. In 1998, he became Regional Chief Executive Officer responsible for Alabama and Florida. In 2001, his Synovus region shifted, and he became Regional Chief Executive Officer for Alabama, Tennessee and parts of Georgia. He continued his work in this position until his retirement from Synovus in August 2004. In 2005, Mr. Broughton founded ServisFirst Bank and serves today as Chief Executive Officer and President. He also founded and organized the formation of ServisFirst Bancshares, Inc., the bank holding company based in Birmingham that holds ServisFirst Bank as its subsidiary.
Mr. Broughton also serves as a Director of the following organizations: Birmingham Music Club; Mountain Brook Sports Park Foundation. Also, he is a Member of the Rotary Club of Birmingham, Member of the World Presidents Organization and Member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Sixth Federal District Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council.
Chairman of the Board
Skip Brock attended the University of Virginia, where he received his Bachelor of Arts in English. Mr. Brock later attended law school at Vanderbilt University where he received a Doctor of Jurisprudence. He practiced corporate law for 20 years until he formed Brock Investment Company, Ltd., a private venture capital firm. He currently serves as President of Brock Investment Company. He also served as a Director of Compass Bancshares, Inc. from 1990 to 1995.
Richard Cashio received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Alabama in 1979. In 1988, Mr. Cashio began work as a salesman for Tricon Metals & Services where he later served as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Cashio was serving as CEO of TASSCO, Inc. at the time of his retirement in 2014. In addition, he serves as a Director of Children’s Harbor and is a Member of the National Mining Association and the Nevada Mining Association.
Jimmy Filler, after attending Samford University, began and spent the majority of his professional career in the metals and recycling industry. Mr. Filler has recently retired from metal recycling industry and is currently a private investor.
Mike Fuller received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Auburn University in 1976. In 1979, Mr. Fuller received a Master of Business Administration from San Diego National University. He also played professional football for nine years. After his retirement from professional football, he became involved in real estate investments. In addition, he serves as President of Double Oak Reclamation, a private collection and wastewater treatment facility in Shelby County, Alabama.
Hatton Smith received a Bachelor of Arts from Washington & Lee University in 1973. After graduating, Mr. Smith joined Royal Cup Coffee, a coffee supply company headquartered in Birmingham. He served as Chief Executive Officer of Royal Cup Coffee from 1986 until 2014. He presently serves as Royal Cup Coffee's President of National Accounts. Hatton also serves as a Director of the United Way and Baptist Health System.
ServisFirst Bank of Atlanta
J. Paul Austin III
ServisFirst Bank of Dothan
ServisFirst Bank of Huntsville
ServisFirst Bank of Mobile
James L. Henderson
ServisFirst Bank of Montgomery
ServisFirst Bank of Pensacola