Allen Moore has joined FNBC Mountain Home as Senior Vice President, Commercial Lender according to Chad Hudson, Regional President, Chief Lending Officer and Community President for FNBC Mountain Home. A 20-year banker in Baxter County, Moore will be located at FNBC’s newest office at 175 West End Way.
“Allen is a highly sought-after banker in our community, and I am pleased to have him join our growing team,” said Hudson. “He’s built a strong reputation for being a trusted partner for his clients and I look forward to working with him as he continues to excel as a community banker.”
Moore joins a strong team of business bankers at FNBC’s Mountain Home office and will help drive efforts to grow and expand the bank’s market share.
“I am excited to join the team at FNBC,” said Moore. “Providing the highest level of customer service I can for my clients has always been a top priority, and I believe working with FNBC will take that service to the next level. I’m looking forward to working alongside the team to realize FNBC’s strategic growth goals.”
A native of Sharp County where FNBC is headquartered, Moore has an Associate of Arts from ASU-Mountain Home, a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Arkansas and is a graduate of the Barret School of Banking in Memphis. He is the past-Chairman of the Mountain Home Area Chamber of Commerce, is Treasurer of the Mountain Home Rotary Club and is an ASUMH Alumni Board member.
He and his wife, Lauren, live in Gassville and have one daughter, Hannah.
Headquartered in Ash Flat, FNBC is a $735 asset community bank with locations across North Central and Northeast Arkansas, and Southeast Missouri. It branched into the Mountain Home market in 2006 and still operates its first full-service location at 102 Hwy 62 E. Today, FNBC Mountain Home has over $90 million in assets and employs 13.