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Austin B. McCarty, CFP®, CTFA

Assistant Vice President, Wealth Advisor

Graduate of Cannon Financial Trust School I, II, & III
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional
B.S. (Finance), Mississippi College

Austin started as a Trust Assistant, administering accounts and helping manage client and family office relationships. In 2021 he was promoted to Assistant Vice President, Wealth Advisor and received his Certified Financial Planner™. He recently graduated from Cannon Financial Trust School I, II, & III. receiving CTFA.

Austin is a native of Jackson, Mississippi and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Mississippi College. Upon graduation, Austin and his wife, Faith, relocated to Oxford, Mississippi.

In his spare time, Austin enjoys exercising, reading, fishing, playing golf, and cheering on Ole Miss athletics. He and his wife are members of Pinelake Church.

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613 South Lamar, Oxford, MS 38655

(662) 550-4751

613 South Lamar, Oxford, MS 38655

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