Kerry Mallory: 5 Biblical Steps to Financial Health and Peace

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Kerry Mallory is the Managing Director for the Eastern U.S. region of Ronald Blue Trust.

As Managing Director, Kerry is responsible for the client service, growth, and expansion of the company’s offices across the Eastern U.S. region. This includes providing leadership and oversight of offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Baltimore, Maryland; Charlotte, North Carolina; Greenville, South Carolina; Montgomery, Alabama; and Orlando, Florida.

In addition to his leadership role, Kerry serves as an experienced wealth advisor to individuals, families, and businesses. He uses his objective perspective to help clients make wise financial decisions to experience clarity and confidence and leave a lasting legacy. Kerry and his team integrate financial planning, investment management, and trust services into financial plans tailored to his clients’ needs.

Prior to joining Ronald Blue Trust, Kerry worked with Regions Bank for 15 years. Most recently he was the Senior Vice President of Private Wealth Management serving as the manager for Georgia and South Carolina. Previously he worked with Bain & Company as a Management Consultant in Sydney, Australia.

Kerry graduated cum laude from Birmingham-Southern College with his BS in Business Administration. He also earned an MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Active in his community, Kerry served as Chairman of the Board of Directors at Providence Christian Academy for five years. He is a member of the Marietta C12 CEO Peer Advisory Group and is a Business Leadership Group member at Fellowship of Companies for Christ International. He also leads a men’s small group at his local church. He and his team are the planned giving partners for Atlanta Mission. In the past, he has served on several boards including the River Region United Way, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, and the Montgomery Zoo. In addition, he has been an effective fundraiser and volunteer for the American Heart Association, the Arthritis Foundation, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

He and his wife, Brook, have been married 25 years and live in Atlanta with their two children. In his free time, Kerry enjoys reading, hunting, and scuba diving.

Kerry shares why it’s important to…

  1. Place your trust in God, not riches
  2. Spend less than you earn
  3. Have a spending plan
  4. Live generously
  5. Save for the unexpected

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