Jack Hirsch, MBA

SVP of Funeral & Cemetery Trust Division

MBA, University of South Alabama
B.S. (Business Administration), University of South Alabama

Hirsch has joined the company as senior vice president of funeral and cemetery trust division in the Birmingham office.

He will be responsible for overseeing all required annual regulatory reporting pertaining to deathcare and managing the investment and withdrawal of funds in accordance with state regulations.

Hirsch joins Argent from Regions Bank, where he served as senior vice president and head of Wealth Client Solutions. In this role, Hirsch focused on delivering personal trust, corporate trust, fiduciary advisory services for employee benefit plans, custody, asset management, and specialized solutions for endowments and foundations.

He is a graduate of South Alabama University, earning both his Bachelor of Science in business administration and accounting and his Master of Business Administration.

Hirsch and his wife, have two boys and spend a lot of time with their extracurricular activities as well as traveling. If he is not working you will find him coaching youth sports or serving leadership positions for church and nonprofit organizations. He is also an avid reader and is working on getting his private pilot’s license.


600 University Park Place Suite 200, Birmingham, AL 35209

(205) 730-5100

600 University Park Place Suite 200, Birmingham, AL 35209

Provided Services

Funeral & Cemetery Trusts

Funeral & Cemetery Trusts

Argent’s dedicated funeral and cemetery trust group serves the deathcare industry across the United States with preneed, perpetual care, and merchandise trusts, as well as investment management.


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