CLARKSVILLE, Ind. (Aug. 25, 2017) — First Savings Bank, the largest locally-owned community bank in Southern Indiana, has announced the appointment of Derrick Jackson, senior vice president, chief credit officer.
Jackson, who has been in banking 19 years, has experience in the areas of branch management, commercial and consumer lending, credit risk management and credit training.
Jackson earned his degree from Centre College, obtaining a bachelor of arts in economics. He is currently an instructor at the Wisconsin Graduate School of Banking and the American Bankers Association National Lender School.
He formerly served as an advisory board member for the American Bankers Association’s National and Graduate Lender School as well as their Commercial Real Estate Lending Conference, in addition a former board member of Wayside Christion Mission. Mr. Jackson’s other community involvement includes Habitat for Humanity and Northeast Christian Church.
“First Savings Bank feels fortunate to have Mr. Jackson join our team. His knowledge and experience in credit risk and lending will be a great addition to our team.” Said Larry Myers, president and CEO of First Savings Bank.