April 29, 2021
Coleman Movers & Shakers — Jordan Wilson, Mike van Vierzen, and Kyle Davidson
Jordan Wilson Joins Axiom Bank as Vice President, C&I Loan Relationship Manager
“Jordan’s determination sets him apart from other bankers,” says Ted Sheppe, Executive Vice President of Commercial Banking at Axiom Bank. “With a proven track record of driving quality experiences for new and existing customers, as well as generating additional bank profit margins, he will prove to be a valuable asset to our team – and to the community.”
In his new role at Axiom Bank, Jordan Wilson will be responsible for generating new leads, loans and deposits by developing relationships with small businesses across the state of Florida.
Prior to joining Axiom, Wilson served as Business Banking Relationship Manager, AVP, for a bank in Orlando, where he worked alongside an underwriting department to assist with processing $20 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans.
Mike van Vierzen Joins Live Oak as VP, Senior Loan Officer
“I’ve joined Live Oak Bank to expand a lending team focused on providing SBA financing across all industries while continuing my emphasis on business acquisition and commercial real estate lending opportunities in Indiana and throughout the country,” says Mike van Vierzen.
Vierzen has over 18 years of SBA lending experience, having funded over $275 million in small business loans. Prior to joining Live Oak, Vierzen served as a senior SBA specialist at Key Bank. Before that, he was a senior regional account manager for CIT Group.
Vierzen lives in Fishers, Indiana with his wife and three children. Outside of his work at Live Oak, he enjoys coaching his kids and spending time on the links.
Kyle Davidson Named Director of the Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center
Kyle Davidson has been named the first director of the Arkansas State University’s Small Business and Technology Development Center (ASBTDC).
Davidson brings to his new role over 20 years of experience in banking, lending, operations, and executive management. Most recently, he served as a market president for Bear State Bank and then as a commercial banker with Arvest following the 2018 merger of the two banks.
Davidson attended Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in agricultural business with an emphasis in finance. He graduated from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University in 2008.
Davidson and his wife, Janie, reside in Mountain Home Arkansas with their two children, Tucker and Savannah.