CTIC Updates

WILL G. DAVIS JOINS
COMMUNITY TRUST AND INVESTMENT COMPANY'S
WEALTH AND TRUST MANAGEMENT TEAM AS 
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT, RETIREMENT/INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES

Headshot of Will Davis, Assistant Vice President.

APRIL 17, 2017

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY:  Andy D. Waters, President and CEO of Community Trust and Investment Company (CTIC), is pleased to announce that Will G. Davis has joined CTIC’s Wealth and Trust Management team as Assistant Vice President, Relationship Officer for Retirement/Institutional Services.

As a key member of Retirement/Institutional Services, Mr. Davis’ responsibilities include overseeing client relationships as well as the administration of institutional and retirement accounts.  His office is located at 100 East Vine Street in downtown Lexington, Kentucky.

Will earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting (B.B.A.) and Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky.  Will also holds the following designations: Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), Qualified Plan Financial Consultant (QPFC) and Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF®). 

Will is a member of the Financial Planning Association and the National Association of Plan Advisors.  He resides in Danville, Kentucky.



ANDY D. WATERS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF COMMUNITY TRUST AND INVESTMENT COMPANY, FEATURED IN THE LANE REPORT

Headshot of Andy Waters in a grey suite.  Building in background with golden yellow trees

MARCH 14, 2017

In the March edition of The Lane Report, Kentucky wealth management professionals offered their opinions on this year's economic outlook. Waters said, "We are calling 2017 the year of high expectations. The market appears to be discounting a significant amount of the pro-growth policies that the new administration has promised. We remain confident that an overweight position in equities is appropriate and see high mid-single-digit returns for the year. We continue to prefer financials as we see them as the primary beneficiaries of rate hikes and stronger GDP growth. However, we do not believe the Fed will implement all three rate hikes in 2017 because of the high level of global debt and its impact on the administration’s ability to provide fiscal stimulus. We continue to favor municipal bonds since municipalities benefit from a stronger housing market and healthy economy.”

To see the full article featuring Andy D. Waters, click here.
COPYRIGHT 2017 THE LANE REPORT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


ANDY D. WATERS, PRESIDENT AND CEO, AND R. TRACY OSBORNE,
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, FEATURED IN TOPS IN LEX

Andy Waters, President and CEOTracy Osborne, Senior Vice President

FEBRUARY 2017

Andy D. Waters, President and CEO, and R. Tracy Osborne, Senior Vice President, were featured in the February issue of TOPS in Lexington! "The Money Issue" features local financial professionals.

To see the full article, click here.
COPYRIGHT 2017 TOPS IN LEXINGTON. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.



KELLAN CLARK PROMOTED TO 
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT

Headshot of Kellan Clark wearing a brown suit jacket.  Brown brick wall in the background.

FEBRUARY 2017

Kellan Clark was recently promoted to Assistant Vice President. Kellan joined Community Trust Wealth & Trust Management in 2012 and serves as a Relationship Officer for many of our clients.

To learn more about Kellan, click here.