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Get to Know Ashley Forman

Quick Facts

  • Joined FNBD in 2014
  • Vital player in the establishment, branding, and growth of FNBD in Calcasieu
  • Currently serves as Regional President of Calcasieu Parish
  • Specializes in commercial and small business lending, consumer and mortgage lending, and interim construction financing

FNBD Senior Vice President & Regional President of Calcasieu Parish

Ashley currently serves as the Regional President of Calcasieu Parish. She formerly served FNBD as the Branch Manager of the Nelson Road-Lake Charles location and held the title of Vice-President.

Ashley has been a vital player in the establishment, branding, and growth of FNBD in Calcasieu. She joined FNBD in 2014, bringing her 18+ years of banking experience to the historic bank. She brought with her the knowledge and expertise to develop out FNBD’s cash management services and commercial products that are tailored to fit the needs of each business client, making FNBD known for leading edge technology with superior service. Ashley introduced FNBD to sophisticated consumer lending products, positioning the bank for continued loan growth.

Ashley's leadership and passion for people make her ideal to serve FNBD in the expanded Calcasieu region. Her vision for developing talent and team building will help FNBD recruit and cultivate top talent as the bank continues to grow.  She specializes in commercial and small business lending, consumer and mortgage lending, and interim construction financing. She has extensive experience in these areas as well as commercial cash management products, including ACH processing and remote deposit capture. 

Ashley attended McNeese State University and has additional training and certifications, including her Commercial Lending School Certification from the LBA. She has formerly served on the SWLA Law Center Board as President and currently serves on the Board of the Sulphur Christian Community Coalition.

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