Todd McMullen named president and CEO of Chattanooga-based Magnolia Trust Company

Magnolia Trust Company, a Chattanooga-based trust administrator serving high net worth clients across the Southeast, has named Todd McMullen the company’s president and chief executive officer. Mr. McMullen has served on Magnolia’s Board of Directors since the company’s inception in 2019 and brings a perspective grounded in more than three decades of experience and an approach to preserving family legacies.

Throughout his career, Mr. McMullen has been chosen by clients to lead succession and strategic planning initiatives because of his diligence, integrity and deep understanding of legacy preservation, asset protection and strategic planning, among other areas. His experience advising family, private and private equity business owners on effective strategies and solutions will enhance Magnolia’s fiduciary and fiduciary services in Chattanooga and beyond, officials said.

“It is a privilege to join Magnolia Trust Company as we continue to build on the strong foundation established over the past three years,” said Mr. McMullen. “I am deeply impressed with Magnolia’s phenomenal growth and commitment to providing the highest level of service to customers throughout the region. It is an honor to be part of this results-oriented team.

Along with managing Magnolia, Mr. McMullen is a Partner and Vice President of Moore Colson CPAs and Advisors, Magnolia’s sister company headquartered in Atlanta. Moore Colson was founded in 1981 and is an award-winning accounting, consulting and advisory firm. Mr. McMullen joined Coopers & Lybrand (PricewaterhouseCoopers) in 1985 and served as Director of Commercial Insurance until joining Moore Colson in 1993.

Mr. McMullen received his Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame. He is a Georgia Certified Public Accountant and a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Georgia Society of CPAs.

Magnolia’s Chattanooga office is located downtown in the historic Volunteer Building.

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