Corbett Joins Peoples Bank As SBA Lender
Dennis Ammann, Chief Executive Officer of Peoples Bank, today announced that veteran commercial lender, Spencer Corbett, has joined the bank as Senior Commercial Lender as its newest Small Business Administration (SBA) focused lender. He will specialize in convenience store lending, but his business lender background allows him to underwrite all types of SBA loans.
The addition of Corbett further positions Peoples Bank as one of the top SBA lenders in the nation. Spencer is based in Dallas, TX area, but can serve small businesses everywhere.
Corbett joins Peoples Bank having most recently served as Executive Vice President/Chief Credit Officer of Spectra Bank. He has also served as a real estate analyst at BMC Capital; SBA loan officer at One World Bank; portfolio manager and relationship manager at JP Morgan Chase Bank; and commercial lender/relationship banker at Plains Capital Bank.
Corbett earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from the University of Utah. He has also completed studies at the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking and SMU Cox School of Business.
He had been actively involved in a number of civic and Christian organizations throughout his career. He served as a Christian missionary in Mexico and boy scout leader with Boy Scouts of America. He was also a volunteer for the CONTACT Crisis Line, a 503(c) non-profit organization assisting people in crisis.
Additionally, he has served with Genesis Family/Women’s Shelter in the Greater Dallas area, as well as numerous Chamber of Commerce organizations around DFW. Corbett is also an alumnus of the leadership program at Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce. Currently, he coaches little league baseball and is a regular donor of blood platelets.
He and his wife will be celebrating their fifteenth wedding anniversary this summer. They have a son and daughter whose activities include baseball, martial arts and ballet. They also have two dogs, Shep and Balou.
“I am pleased to welcome Spencer to the Peoples Bank family, and I look forward to seeing our lending opportunities soar.” Ammann said.