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Hamilton State Bank names Senior VP for Commercial Real Estate

By Staff
BRASELTON - Hamilton State Bank has named Lee Smalley as Senior Vice President, Commercial Real Estate.

In this new role, Smalley will head up Hamilton State Bank's newly formed commercial real estate division.

"Lee brings an extensive background in commercial real estate to this new position," said Bob Oliver, chairman and CEO of Hamilton State Bank. "With nearly 30 years of experience, Lee has strong analytical, interpersonal and problem-solving skills. He has experience in business development, client services, underwriting, negotiating and strategic planning."

Smalley has worked in the real estate industry for 28 years and 12 of those were in banking. He is experienced in real estate acquisitions, permanent lending, and asset management and has served in senior leadership positions throughout his career.
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