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Steven B. Eason, CCTS

Chief Executive Officer, Argent Institutional Trust Company

MBA, Indiana Wesleyan University
B.S. (Economics and Business Administration), University of Indianapolis.

Steve Eason is the Chief Executive Officer for Argent Institutional Trust Company, responsible for all fiduciary products, including sales, marketing, service delivery and financials.  Throughout his career, he has been an industry leader in corporate and public finance trust and agency services, which has spanned more than 35 years.

Prior to joining TMI, Steve was the Managing Director of Public Finance and US Regional Expansion of Corporate Trust at Deutsche Bank for 13 years. He had additional roles, including the head of Global Debt Services Sales and also served on the board of directors for Deutsche Bank National Trust Company.  Previously, Steve was the head of Corporate Trust at Wachovia.

Steve is a Certified Corporate Trust Specialist (CCTS) and has held that industry designation for more than 25 years.  He has served on the American Bankers Association Corporate Trust Planning Committee at various times over the last 20 years.  Steve has an MBA Degree from Indiana Wesleyan University and a BS Degree in Economics and Business Administration from The University of Indianapolis.

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With over 30 years of experience and 330+ professionals, Argent has the administrative and investment expertise to help protect your business and support its growth.

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Argent’s institutional services team has more than 30 years of experience serving public funds, unions/Taft Hartley, financial institutions, corporations, healthcare providers, insurance companies, governments, non-profits and family offices.

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