First Tennessee Bank has appointed Jarrod Grubb senior vice president of the company’s music industry banking group.

Grubb (pictured), who has been with the bank since 2005, will work as a music relationships manager. Previously, he was the senior vice president with the bank’s private client services division, where he worked with high net worth and music industry clients.

First Tennessee’s music industry group offers specialized financial services to companies and individuals in the music business. In addition to Grubb, the bankers in the group are Andrew Kintz, executive vice president, and music relationship managers Bryan Bolton and Mark Ford.

“Our group operates with an entrepreneurial spirit and independence that’s rare in the banking industry,” Kintz said in a release. “Each team member also has a genuine love for the music industry, which has allowed us to provide a level of service that’s second to none. Jarrod shares these ideals and is the perfect addition to our team.”

FBMM promotes three

Nashville-based business and financial management firm Flood, Bumstead, McCready & McCarthy Inc. has promoted Lauren Dempsey, Roxanne Estacio and Michael Fierro to senior account assistants.

Dempsey has been with the company since 2017. Previously, she worked as an accounting services and royalties assistant at Bluewater Music Services Corp. and as a bookkeeper for VEVA Sound. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in music business from Belmont.

Estacio joined FBMM with more than eight years of experience in finance and accounting. She previously worked as an international benefits team leader for Schlumberger and a finance and payroll specialist for ITT Corporation in Dubai. Estacio graduated from the University of St. LaSalle in the Philippines with a Bachelor of Science degree in commerce with an emphasis in management accounting.

Fierro started with FBMM in 2017. Previously, he had a 20-year career in the U.S. Army, where he managed million-dollar programs and budges. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Touro University International and with associate degrees in business administration and arts and science from Germanna Community College.

“At FBMM, we value our clients and their financial goals. Lauren, Michael and Roxanne have shown that they are devoted to our clients through their strategic approach, creative mindset and expertise,” FBMM President Jamie Cheek said in a release. “We know they will continue to make a positive impact on our clients’ financial well-being, and we look forward to watching them grow with the company.”

American Health Partners names Haney VP for division

Franklin-based American Health Partners has named Jason Haney vice president of operations for its American Health Plans division.

Haney will oversee the management of special needs

plans in long-term care facilities and develop partnerships with new nursing homes.

Previously, Haney worked as market vice president for Optum Complex Care Management, a branch of UnitedHealth Group in Missouri and, before that, as director of practice administration and business development for IPC Healthcare.

Haney holds a Bachelor of Science degree in English from Washington University and an MBA degree from the University of Missouri in St. Louis.

“Jason brings extensive operational experience and market expertise to American Health Plans,” Michael Bailey, CEO of American Health Partners, said in a release. “Nursing home owners in our markets will be fortunate to have him as a collaborative partner and mentor who is focused on ensuring their I-SNPs deliver patient-centered care that’s also cost-effective.”

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