FSG Bank Names Kim Cabe New Mortgage Loan Officer

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Kim Cabe
Kim Cabe

FSG Bank, a division of Atlantic Capital Bank, N.A., announced on Tuesday, the addition of Kim Cabe to the Chattanooga Mortgage team as a loan originator. 

Ms. Cabe joins FSG Bank with 25 years of experience in banking, most recently with First Volunteer Bank, where she served as a banking officer and mortgage loan originator. She is a 2015 Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of the Best Finalist and a 2014 award winner. She was recognized as an Affiliate of the Year by the Carpet Capital Association of Realtors and awarded the Bronze Production Award by the Chattanooga Mortgage Bankers Association.

“Kim is very well-known locally as a leader in mortgage banking and has been recognized for her remarkable work with clients. Her solid experience in the market and customer focus will be very valuable for customers. We are truly excited to have Kim join our team,” said Jill Green, managing director of mortgage banking.

“FSG Bank has a great reputation for providing customized financial solutions for clients and is very community focused. I look forward to delivering meaningful results for local individuals and residential families and am delighted to join the bank’s talented group of banking professionals,” said Ms. Cabe.

Ms. Cabe is an active member of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church and is involved with several area community organizations. She attended Chattanooga State College.

She is located at 531 Broad Street in Chattanooga and can be reached at kim.cabe@atlcapbank.com or 423 308-2103.



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