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Southern Trust Mortgage Appoints Steven Shriner as Chief Financial Officer

Seasoned Financial Executive, Steven Shriner, Joins Southern Trust Mortgage to Help Drive Strategic Growth and Expansion of the Company

Virginia Beach, VA (December 10, 2020) – Southern Trust Mortgage (STM) is proud to announce Steven Shriner has been hired as Chief Financial Officer. Steven is a servant leader with an extensive background in financial management.

Mr. Shriner brings over 30 years of experience in a variety of roles with SunTrust Bank. Immediately prior to his appointment at Southern Trust Mortgage, he served as SunTrust’s Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President for Enterprise Technology. His experience includes serving as Mortgage Chief Financial Officer, Mortgage Chief Risk Officer, and Head of Corporate Finance for the Bank.

In his new role with Southern Trust Mortgage, Steven will help establish and implement long-term plans for growth and expansion. Currently, STM has 25 offices operating out of 13 states within the Mid-Atlantic and Eastern region. The company intends to expand their operations westward towards the Central United States.

Steven Shriner headshot

“I look forward to working with my new colleagues to help set strategic direction and implement plans to maximize Southern Trust Mortgage’s growth and potential for the benefit of all of our stakeholders,” says Mr. Shriner.

“Steven is a proven leader and change agent, who brings deep experience in the consumer banking and mortgage sector, including driving demand and profitability. We are elated to have him on our team,” says Tuck Reed, Southern Trust Mortgage Chief Executive Officer.

About Southern Trust Mortgage:

Southern Trust Mortgage is a mortgage lender founded in 1998 with the mission of making the home buying process simple, creative, and consistent. For more than 20 years, Southern Trust Mortgage has served more than 70,000 families of all different needs and backgrounds