Kyle Davidson hired to lead FNBC Mountain Home
Kyle Davidson has been hired to lead FNBC’s Mountain Home market as Community President. He succeeds Chad Hudson, who has held the role since 2010, and will continue to serve FNBC as Regional President and Chief Lending Officer as a member of the bank’s executive leadership team.
In his new role, Davidson will lead the growth of both FNBC – Mountain Home offices, located at 102 Hwy 62 E and its newest office at 175 West End Way.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to step in and work alongside such a great team of community bankers,” said Davidson. “FNBC has a strong reputation as a true community bank. They represent the values of the communities and customers they serve, and I am excited to be a part of their continued growth in Mountain Home and surrounding communities.”
In 2021, Davidson became the first Director of the Arkansas Small Business Technology & Development Center at ASU-Mountain Home. Prior to that, he had over 20 years of banking experience, 13 of which were in Mountain Home where he served as market president and commercial banker at other financial institutions. He was able to bring his financial industry knowledge into his role at ASBTDC to help small businesses launch and expand.
“Having served as the Community President for the Mountain Home market for more than a decade, I can tell you I feel very passionately about our customers and our community,” said Hudson. “Kyle is someone I have trusted and respected for many years, and he is the right person to pick up the torch and lead the Mountain Home team into the future.”
Davidson received a Bachelor of Science in agricultural business with a finance emphasis from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro and completed the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. He has earned multiple top producer awards in banking and is former President of the Emerging Leaders Section of the Arkansas Bankers Association.
Davidson and his wife, Janie, live in Mountain Home and have two children.
Headquartered in Ash Flat, FNBC is a $735 million asset community bank with locations across North Central and Northeast Arkansas, and Southeast Missouri. It branched into the Mountain Home market in 2006 and today has over $90 million in assets and employs 17.