Paragon Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Quentin Brewer as First Vice President of Private Banking and will be located at its Oxford Banking Center.
“We are excited to add Quentin to our team in Oxford. As we show our commitment to the Oxford market with the groundbreaking of our new banking center, Quentin brings a wealth of local knowledge and experience that will be invaluable to our future success. He is committed to providing the type of service that Paragon Bank strives to provide our customers,” said Kin Kinney, Paragon’s Oxford Market President and Chief Deposit Officer.
As First Vice President of Private Banking, Quentin is responsible for providing custom banking solutions to business owners, executives, doctors, and professionals in the Oxford market. He will also proactively monitor ongoing customer needs and market trends.
“I chose to come to Paragon because I wanted to work for a bank that made it easier for my customers to do business,” said Brewer.” I have long sought opportunities to provide customers with flexible options and a bank that takes the approach of looking for ways to get things done for the customer, not seeking reasons to say no. Paragon’s Executive Team has a clear servant leadership approach to management, and Kin Kinney, Paragon’s Oxford Market President, has a remarkable reputation in our community.”
Prior to his role at Paragon Bank, Brewer held various roles in banking within the Oxford community. He has over twenty-four years’ experience in banking, having spent the last sixteen years with BancorpSouth Bank. He is a graduate of The University of Mississippi, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Business with emphasis in Accounting and concentration in Banking and Finance. Quentin received his Managerial Finance Professional designation from the Mississippi School of Banking and attended the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. Quentin was recognized as “Top 10 under 40” in 2015 for the state of Mississippi by the Mississippi Business Journal. He is also heavily involved in the community and is currently finishing up his year as the Chairman of the Board for the Oxford- Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce.