Mississippi Land Bank Names Chad Crow as Chief Executive Officer

Chartwell Partners is pleased to announce that Chad Crow recently joined Mississippi Land Bank as Chief Executive Officer, responsible for the vision and leadership needed to establish and execute strategic, operational, and financial performance goals. Crow will work closely with the Board of Directors and the senior management team to drive continuity in the Bank’s financial success, which includes developing and maintaining effective credit administration programs and maintaining a quality loan portfolio. Crow most recently served as Chief Credit Officer with Farm Credit Southeast Missouri.

“It was a delight to partner with Mississippi on the search to recruit such an outstanding leader in Chad Crow,” said Sean O’Neal, Partner of Chartwell Partners’ Financial Services Practice.

About Mississippi Land Bank
Mississippi Land Bank, with total assets above $1 billion, is a part of the nationwide Farm Credit System, a financial cooperative owned by its member-borrowers since 1916. For over 100 years, Mississippi Land Bank has been one of the premier lenders for land and agriculture in the northern 32 counties of Mississippi. From a homesite with a few acres to an agriculture or hunting property with a few thousand acres, Mississippi Land Bank offers long-term financing for land purchases and refinancing and brings deep expertise to meet the financing needs of its members. They also offer financing and refinancing solutions for many other needs that go along with the ownership of rural properties.

About Chartwell Partners
Chartwell Partners is a retained executive search and leadership advisory firm. Founded in 2005, the firm serves a variety of industries across the nation. Chartwell’s Financial Services Practice, led by Scott Petty, has conducted more than 300 successful executive search assignments for over 50 clients during the last decade. The team prides themselves on their reputation of consistency, confidentiality, and long-term success of their placements.