ROGERS, Ark. – Arvest Bank is pleased to announce it has hired Carolyn Kennedy as executive director of its Treasury Management division.
Kennedy has more than 20 years of treasury management experience and is a Certified Treasury Professional®. Most recently, Kennedy served as the leader of Specialized Sales Consulting in Treasury and Payment Solutions for SunTrust Banks Inc. in Atlanta. Her responsibilities included leading a highly successful Treasury Management sales team. She held several other roles during her tenure at SunTrust, including solution line manager for Treasury Management products. Prior to that, Kennedy worked for Wachovia Bank in a number of treasury roles.
In her new role at Arvest, Kennedy will manage all aspects of Arvest’s Treasury Management division, including sales, product management and client support. She will be based in Rogers, but will work with local teams throughout Arvest’s four-state footprint.
“After an extensive nationwide search for an executive director for our treasury management division, we are thrilled to add Carolyn to the Arvest team. Her expansive experience will provide Arvest with a TM leader with comprehensive knowledge in all aspects of treasury management technology, product delivery, customer service and sales.”
Lisa Ray, Arvest regional executive
Arvest’s Treasury Management division offers a variety of solutions to assist a business in effectively managing its cash flow. From receivables and payables to funds management and fraud deterrents, Arvest’s Treasury Management team can help customize solutions for a company’s unique business needs. Solutions include Arvest Remote Deposit Capture, direct deposit of payroll, Lockbox, online banking and more.
Kennedy earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Sweet Briar College, and minored in math and political science. She has served on the Georgia ACH Association Board of Directors, and was named Top Treasury & Payment Solutions Premier Performance winner for product management in 2007. Kennedy also has a proven track record as a leader, earning high scores in associate satisfaction surveys in her roles at SunTrust.
Kennedy and her husband, Burke, have three children.