CTIC Updates

 

ERIN FULKERSON HALL JOINS
COMMUNITY TRUST AND INVESTMENT COMPANY'S
WEALTH AND TRUST MANAGEMENT TEAM AS 
VICE PRESIDENT, PRIVATE WEALTH SERVICES

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SEPTEMBER 19, 2016

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY:  Andy D. Waters, President and CEO of Community Trust and Investment Company, is pleased to announce that Erin Fulkerson Hall has joined CTIC’s Wealth and Trust Management (WTM) team as Vice President, Relationship Officer for Private Wealth Services.

As a key member of Private Wealth Services, Ms. Hall’s responsibilities include overseeing client relationships, administering trusts and assisting with legacy planning.  Her office is located at 100 East Vine Street in downtown Lexington, Kentucky.

Erin Fulkerson Hall graduated from Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in Lexington, KY.  She earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting, Summa Cum Laude (B.S.) from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky and Juris Doctor (J.D.) from The University of Kentucky College of Law in Lexington, Kentucky.  She has been a practicing attorney at a local firm and more recently, a senior wealth advisor at a super-regional bank.

Erin is a Member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Fayette County Bar Association, Western Kentucky University Young Alumni Council and the Bluegrass Estate Planning Council.  She resides in Lexington, Kentucky.

 

RYAN M. GRAY REJOINS COMMUNITY TRUST AND INVESTMENT COMPANY'S
WEALTH AND TRUST MANAGEMENT TEAM AS 
VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MARCH 14, 2016

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY:  Andy D. Waters, President and CEO of Community Trust and Investment Company, is pleased to announce that Ryan M. Gray has rejoined his team as Vice President, Business Development with CTIC’s Wealth and Trust Management (WTM) division.

As a key member of the business development team, Mr. Gray’s responsibilities include initiating new relationships with high net worth individuals and institutions for actively managed fee-based business.  He will work with prospects and new clients of Community Trust’s Wealth and Trust Management (WTM) team and effectively communicate the Company’s capabilities.

Ryan will also initiate relationships with external partners such as CPAs, attorneys and other individuals that will enhance the Company’s business development efforts.  Ryan will stay current on investment trends, general market and business news, as well as legal and financial planning issues to continue WTM’s level of client service.  His office is located at 100 East Vine Street in downtown Lexington, Kentucky.

Mr. Gray has over seven years of experience in the investment industry, five of which have been in the wealth and trust management industry.  He grew up in St. Louis, Missouri where he attended Oakville Senior High School.  Mr. Gray earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration (B.A.) degree, with an emphasis in Finance, from the University of Missouri – St. Louis.  He is a Board Member of Refuge for Women in Lexington, Kentucky.  Mr. Gray resides in Nicholasville, Kentucky.

 

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

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MARCH 11, 2016

In the March edition of The Lane Report, Kentucky wealth management professionals offered their opinions on this year's economy. Waters said, "We believe the U.S. economy will continue with slow to moderate economic growth and in the end, providing a strong backdrop for owning U.S. equities. However, the year will have challenges as higher volatility and lower returns will persist throughout 2016. Global markets need time to digest the changing landscape in interest rates, Chinese GDP and the current oversupply of oil. The Fed will continue to raise interest rates but at a more gradual pace than previously conveyed. As an active manager of individual securities, CTIC sees these periods of higher volatility as opportunities to pick up high-quality assets at inexpensive valuations.”

To see the full article featuring Andy D. Waters, click here.
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