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Jeff Gerrish

Jeff Gerrish

Jeff Gerrish is chairman of the board of Gerrish Smith Tuck Consultants, LLC, and a member of the Memphis-based law firm of Gerrish Smith Tuck, PC, Attorneys. He frequently contributes to Banking Exchange and frequently speaks at industry events.

In mid-2016 Gerrish's blog received a national bronze excellence award from the American Society of Business Publication Editors. This followed his receipt of the regional silver excellence award for the Northeastern Region from the same group.

Gerrish formerly served as regional counsel for the FDIC’s Memphis regional office and with the FDIC in Washington, D.C., where he had nationwide responsibility for litigation against directors of failed banks. Since the firm’s formation in 1988, Gerrish Smith Tuck has assisted over 2,000 community banks in all 50 states across the nation with matters such as strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, common stock private placements, holding company formation and reorganization, and a wide variety of regulatory matters. Jeff Gerrish can be contacted at [email protected].

First of series: Keeping good people is job #1
Agency policy, guidelines, and preferences bear on compliance here too
What happens when a board member bucks the consensus?
Part 3 of 3: Ignore the ratios! What’s the value?
Part 2 of 3: Don’t bring stock to a cash buy
Proactive banks stand best chance
With safety and soundness better, compliance—especially fair-lending—continues to dog banks
Striking fair financial tone between CEO and soon-to-be-ex bank
Failure to spot the time to split can undermine your bank
Don’t overdo it when you go for enterprise risk management—but don’t under-do it either
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