January 25, 2015 7:27 PM ET


Company Overview of HomeTrust Bank

Company Overview

HomeTrust Bank operates as a community bank. The company offers personal banking products and services, such as checking, savings, and money market accounts; online banking; overdraft protection; and loans for home, car, boat, or college education. It also provides business banking solutions, such as deposit accounts, loans, and treasury management services; and mortgage services for new construction, home purchase, and refinance. In addition, the company offers investment services, such as fixed income, IRAs, insurance, mutual funds, REITs, 529 plans, investment planning, and retirement. HomeTrust Bank was formerly known as The Hometown Bank and changed its name to HomeTrust Bank in July 20...

10 Woodfin Street

Asheville, NC 28801

United States

Founded in 1926





Key Executives for HomeTrust Bank

Age: 60
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 49
Market President
Chief Information Officer
Age: 61
Chief Administration Officer
Age: 57
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

HomeTrust Bank Key Developments

HomeTrust Bank, N.A. Hires Jeff Mylton as Market President for Charlotte

HomeTrust Bancshares Inc., the holding company for HomeTrust Bank, N.A. announced that the Bank has hired Jeff Mylton as Market President, to lead the bank's expansion into the Charlotte metro market. Jeff Mylton brings over 25 years of commercial banking experience to HomeTrust. He has spent the past fifteen years in the greater Charlotte area as a commercial banker, managing loan and deposit relationships across diverse industry sectors.

Hometrust Bancshares, Inc. and Hometrust Bank, N.A Announces Retirement of F. Edward Broadwell as Member of the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of HomeTrust Bancshares, Inc. and HomeTrust Bank, N.A. announced that F. Edward Broadwell, Jr. retired as a member of the Board of Directors of HomeTrust Bancshares and HomeTrust Bank effective with the Annual Shareholder's Meeting that was held on November 24, 2014. Effective December 15, 2013, Mr. Broadwell retired as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the company and the Bank.

HomeTrust Bank Reaches Settlement in Trademark Dispute With HomeTown Bank

HomeTrust Bancshares Inc. announced that its banking subsidiary, HomeTrust Bank, has reached a settlement of a trademark dispute with Roanoke, Virginia based HomeTown Bank. Under the settlement, all lawsuits filed in the matter will be dismissed, and HomeTrust will continue to operate using its legally chartered name and federally registered service mark, "HomeTrust Bank," which they have used in Virginia since 2003. As an accommodation to HomeTown Bank, HomeTrust have agreed to use the term "Roanoke Division" on specified signage and advertising in the greater Roanoke Valley for a limited period of time.

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