Amy Greene Completes Bank Compliance Officer Program


COLUMBIA, Tenn. - Community First Bank & Trust proudly announces Amy Greene, Assistant Vice President and Compliance Officer, successfully completed the Community Bank Compliance Officer Program, sponsored by the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA).


Greene successfully completed four ICBA seminars: Developing a Compliance Program, Deposit Compliance, Lending Compliance and Operations Compliance and passed a comprehensive examination in each of these areas, earning her certification. 


Marc Lively, President and CEO of Community First Bank and Trust states “Amy has a depth of experience and vast understanding of regulatory review and compliance as well as the proper administration of applicable laws and regulations throughout the bank. We are very happy to have Amy lead our Compliance Department.”

Amy joined Community First Bank in 2010 after working as Vice President of Compliance for The Hardin County Bank of Savannah, TN.  With over a decade of banking experience, she brings a vast knowledge of regulatory compliance programs for the bank and is well-versed in writing policy and procedures.


Amy and her spouse Joey, a graduate of Columbia Academy, reside in Columbia with their two daughters, Samantha, a student at Columbia Academy, and Anzly. Amy received her Bachelor of Administration from Freed-Hardeman University.  She is a Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) through the Institute of Certified Bankers.


About Community First Community First Bank & Trust, based in Columbia, TN, was founded in 1999 by a group of local business men and women who wanted to provide a superior banking experience for the communities they serve.  CFB&T is a commercial bank operating 10 offices located in Maury, Williamson, Hickman and Rutherford Counties with over $675 million in total assets.  The bank provides a comprehensive line of banking services to consumers and businesses in the Middle Tennessee area.  Additional information concerning Community First can be accessed by visiting the bank’s website at