Business Notes for 11-6

Published on Sunday, 5 November 2017 17:36 - Written by



Austin Bank has promoted employee Bradan Myrick to the position of assistant vice president and treasury management officer.

The promotion was approved at the October 2017 board of directors meeting at the Austin Bank corporate office in Jacksonville.

“Bradan is a true professional who is dedicated to giving our customers exceptional service,” a news release stated. “We are proud to have him as a member of the Austin Bank team.”

He began his career with the bank in 2014 and offices in the bank’s Tyler downtown location.

A resident of Tyler, Myrick is a 2006 graduate of Grace Community School and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration in finance from The University of Texas at Tyler.



Rob Renicker, a financial adviser with the Tyler branch of Wells Fargo Advisors, recently attended the 2017 Arkansas/East Texas Complex Wealth Partnership Meeting in Dallas.

The Wealth Partnership meeting consisted of financial advisors from around the Arkansas/East Texas Wells Fargo Advisors branches.

Renicker met with leadership from several different Wells Fargo departments to learn how to better help his high net worth clients.

Renicker has worked with Wells Fargo Advisors for almost 11 years and has over 13 years of experience in the financial services industry.

Renicker holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Louisiana State University in Shreveport. He has also attained the Certified Financial Planner designation.



Jose Feliciano, president and CEO of Feliciano Financial Group in Tyler, gave a motivational presentation to the Million Dollar Round Table, an association of the top performing financial professionals.

Speaking at the 2017 Top of the Table Meeting, Feliciano told the attendees how he found more success in his company through alliances.

Feliciano explained that in his business experience, a true alliance enabled his company to: borrow and use the education, experience, influence and capital of other people; accomplish in one year more than they could accomplish without it in a lifetime; and have absolute protection against failure if the purpose is beneficial to all influenced.



The Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce will have a Power Networking Breakfast starting with breakfast and networking at 7:30 a.m. Dec. 5 and the program at 8 a.m. at Traditions Restaurant, 6205 S. Broadway Ave. Participants will need to pay a $10 fee to Traditions at the door. Seating is limited and registration at is required.



The monthly meeting of Tyler Young Professionals Network lunch and learn will be held at 11:30 a.m. Nov. 10, at Discovery Science Place, 308 N. Broadway Ave.

Guest speakers will be Brian Brandt, Core Insights, and community presenter, Stacey Flowers of Texas Humane Legislation Network.