Signature Bank of Georgia in Sandy Springs has a new CEO.
The $187 million-asset bank said in a press release that Charlie Brown had taken on the role.
Brown previously served as president and CEO of Loyal Trust Bank, according to his LinkedIn profile.
“Charlie’s significant experience in banking combined with his leadership skills and high personal energy level will help fuel Signature’s mission of future growth and being the preferred community bank for Sandy Springs and the Atlanta area,” Allen Brown, the bank’s chairman, said in the release.
Brown succeeded founding CEO Freddy Deutsch, who is now vice chairman.
Deutsch “will remain actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the bank,” Allen said.