F&M Trust: Ehrig joins F&M Trust
Scott Ehrig has joined F&M Trust as Senior Vice President, Chief Investment and Trust Services Officer.
In his new position, Ehrig is responsible for managing F&M Trust’s Investment and Trust Services Department and leading an internal team of 25 professionals. Additionally, he will oversee the department’s assets under management and assets held at third-party brokers of approximately $900 million.
Prior to F&M Trust, Ehrig served as the Co-Chief Investment Officer at FMA Advisory, Inc., a fee-only investment advisory firm based in Harrisburg.
He holds Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and Certified Investment Management Analyst
(CIMA) designations. He also holds an MBA in Finance & Economics from the University of
Rochester’s Simon School of Business.
Ehrig brings talent, leadership
“We are pleased to welcome Scott to F&M Trust,” said Tim Henry, President and CEO of F&M Trust. “Scott brings extensive knowledge and experience in the financial services industry, which position him well for this role.”
Henry welcomes Ehrig’s talent and leadership contributions as the bank continues to grow.
Active in the community, Ehrig serves as the vice chairman and as a board member at the
Harrisburg Symphony Association. Additionally, he volunteers with the Virginia Tech Alumni
Association and the Camp Hill United Methodist Church choir.
“I am honored to lead such an esteemed group of trust and investment professionals,” Ehrig said. “F&M Trust built its sterling reputation the right way – with a deep team of experienced fiduciaries and a lasting commitment to the clients and communities we serve.”
Ehrig sees F&M Trust poised for growth, and believes his experience brings a valuable perspective to the firm.
“We are looking forward to expanding our operations throughout the region to bring authentic full-service wealth management solutions to a broader range of clients,” he said.
A subsidiary of Franklin Financial Services Corp., F&M Trust is an independent community
bank headquartered in Chambersburg. With approximately $1.5 billion in assets, F&M Trust has twenty-two community-banking locations in Franklin, Cumberland, Fulton and Huntingdon