Mickey Renner

Market President
Charleston & Coastal South Carolina

Mickey Renner enjoyed several months of early retirement until he had a dinner meeting with a former colleague who suggested he join HomeTrust. Mickey took the advice and calls his current position at the bank “a dream come true.”

As a Senior Vice President and Market President, Mickey focuses on bringing HomeTrust’s cutting-edge capabilities to his home state as the bank expands its operations to Charleston and South Carolina. He believes HomeTrust provides the best services in the market, and he has a passion for helping clients and employees accomplish their goals and provide for their families.

In his role, Mickey leads commercial and business activities to provide full service to real estate developers, brokers, privately held companies, and other professionals in the South Carolina market. He aims to listen to clients’ stories and steer each person toward the financial solutions for their success.

Among his work, he has implemented a sophisticated cash management and treasury platform to meet the needs of a $300MM revenue company and provided a $7MM dollar construction to perm loan for a private school.

As an experienced banking professional in the Carolinas region, Mickey has worked in retail banking, commercial banking, and executive management. He was born in Lancaster, South Carolina and started his career in 1991 at Wachovia in Asheville, North Carolina. He returned to South Carolina shortly before the bank’s merger with Wells Fargo and joined HomeTrust in 2022.

Mickey holds an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and earned his Bachelor in Economics and Finance from Western Carolina University. He lives with his wife in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina and has three sons, a daughter, two dogs, and two cats. They enjoy vacationing across the Southeast and attend Seacoast Church.

Mickey was also born on Leap Year Day. Since his birthday technically comes around every four years, he’s only a little over 13 years old.