Butler Snow is pleased to announce that Kathryn Reed Edge has been named to Nashville Business Journal’s 2017 Power 100: Dealmakers. The Nashville Business Journal’s 2017 Power 100: Dealmakers list includes the power players that serve as an influential force behind the biggest projects, mergers and negotiations in Nashville’s thriving economic environment.
For the third year, the Nashville Business Journal’s 2017 Power 100 lists encompass the most powerful people in Middle Tennessee business, divided into five group categories: Heavy Hitters, Industry Giants, Connectors, Dealmakers and Trendsetters.
“We congratulate Katie on being named to this prestigious list. This honor represents the respect that she has by both her peers and fellow banking and finance industry members,” said Don Clark, Jr., chairman of Butler Snow.
Edge represents regulated financial services companies, including community banks, in formation, capital planning, growth strategies, corporate governance and regulatory matters, with an emphasis in the organization of new banks and bank holding companies.
Edge is a member of the American Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Nashville Bar Association, Lawyers’ Association for Women, Tennessee Bankers Association, Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women and the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands. She is admitted to practice in Tennessee and the U.S. Supreme Court. Edge received her undergraduate degree from Peabody College of Vanderbilt University and earned her Juris Doctor from Nashville School of Law.
Edge is AV – Rated by Martindale-Hubbell® and has been recognized by Super Lawyers® in Mid-South Super Lawyers, Top 50 Women: Mid-South Super Lawyers and Top 100: Tennessee Super Lawyers. She has been named by Chambers USA in America’s Leading Lawyers for Business for banking and finance: regulatory, and by Best Lawyers in America® for financial services regulation law Lawyer of the Year and Financial Services Regulation Law.
Edge has been named by the Nashville Business Journal in “Women of Influence” and Best of the Bar. She has also been recognized by the Nashville Post in “Nashville’s 101 Top Lawyers,” and “In Charge 150 Best Lawyers” list for banking and finance.
She has previously been appointed by the Tennessee Supreme Court as a member of the Access to Justice Commission and chairman of the commission’s education and public awareness committee. Edge has also received the Pro Bono Service Award from the Tennessee Supreme Court.