JACKSON, Miss.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Trustmark Corporation (NASDAQ:TRMK) announced that David C. Kennedy has been named Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Trustmark National Bank.
“Mr. Kennedy is a proven technology and cybersecurity expert with significant experience across a variety of industries, including financial services organizations. We welcome him to the Trustmark family as well as to our executive team,” said Gerard R. Host, President and CEO of Trustmark. “I am confident he will make significant contributions to our company’s long-term success and will bring a new perspective to our development and delivery of innovative service solutions for our customers.”
Mr. Kennedy has more than 20 years of experience, with his most recent leadership role as Chief Technology Officer of Stone Energy Corporation in Lafayette, Louisiana. In this position, Kennedy was responsible for corporate technology and innovation initiatives and directed the management and operations of information systems across 100+ locations worldwide. He has also served as cybersecurity advisor to regional financial institutions.
“I am delighted to join Trustmark and have great respect for its rich history, values and expertise,” said David C. Kennedy, Chief Information Officer of Trustmark. “I look forward to building upon the solid foundation already in place as well as providing additional opportunities to enhance the customer experience and operational effectiveness.”
Mr. Kennedy received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Mississippi State University and has also completed postgraduate studies at Harvard Business School.
“David’s accomplishments in cybersecurity and proven track record in developing and leveraging technology investments will be valuable to his new position and to our company,” said James M. Outlaw, Jr., Chief Administrative Officer of Trustmark.
Trustmark is a financial services company providing banking and financial solutions through 196 offices in Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas.