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First Tennessee National Corporation History



Address:

165 Madison Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
U.S.A.


Telephone:(901) 523-4444
Toll Free:800-489-4040
Fax:(901) 523-4945

Website: www.firsttennessee.com

Public Company
Incorporated:1864 as First National Bank of Memphis
Employees: 9,861
Total Assets: $19.2 billion (2001)
Stock Exchanges: New York
Ticker Symbol: FTN
NAIC: 522110 Commercial Banking; 551111 Offices of Bank Holding Companies

Company Perspectives:

Our goal is to be the most efficient revenue growth company. We will never relinquish our focus on revenue growth, for that is the foundation for our future.

Key Dates:

1864:
The First National Bank of Memphis is formed.
1897:
German Bank is acquired; First National's deposits exceed $1 million.
1913:
First National is selected to execute the implementation of the Federal Reserve Act.
1926:
The firm merges with Central-State National Bank.
1952:
By now, First National operates seven branch offices.
1969:
First National Holding Company is created.
1971:
The holding company adopts the name First Tennessee National Corporation.
1977:
First National Bank of Memphis changes its name to First Tennessee Bank.
1982:
First Tennessee becomes the first bank in the Southeast to offer discount brokerage services.
1993:
Maryland National Mortgage Corporation and SNMC Management Corporation are acquired.
1995:
The company purchases Carl I. Brown and Company.
1999:
First Tennessee adopts the tagline, "All Things Financial."

Company History:

One of the 50 largest bank holding companies in the United States, First Tennessee National Corporation has provided banking services to Tennesseans since the Civil War, when the company's oldest and primary subsidiary, The First National Bank of Memphis, was organized. By 2000, the firm was operating as a national, diversified financial services firm with interests in retail and commercial banking, investment and trust products, credit card products, securities, transaction processing, and mortgage banking. First Tennessee has over 400 bank branches in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi through its Regional Banking Group business division. Subsidiary First Horizon Home Loans provides home loans and short-term finance products in 136 offices in 31 states. Overall, First Tennessee serves over 1.1 million customers and 90,000 businesses across the United States.

Early History: 1860s-1920s

During the Civil War, many southern cities were negatively affected by the conflict. Once a bustling center of commerce, Memphis first suffered the destructive effects of war when in 1862 Union troops gained control of the city and placed it under military rule. Two years into this military occupation, a resident named Frank S. Davis decided to form a bank. Davis was convinced that Memphis would need additional banking and credit facilities once a national system of banks regulated by the federal government emerged, a prospect ensured by the passage of the National Banking Act of 1863. To that end, he organized a meeting to be convened on March 10, 1864 to discuss the possibilities of organizing a nationally chartered bank. That day, Davis and several other Memphis residents drafted the articles of association for such an enterprise and filed an application for a national charter. The charter was granted on March 25, 1864, marking the formal beginning of the city's new bank, The First National Bank of Memphis.

With Davis serving as the bank's president, and all of those who attended the first meeting selected as directors, First National began operations during the last year of the Civil War, operating initially out of one rented room, then moving, two months later, to larger space, for which the bank paid $75 in monthly rent. Despite the pernicious economic climate in which it emerged, the bank survived its first year, proving to be enough of a viable venture to merit the purchase of a two-story building in 1865.

The purchase of First National's new banking quarters coincided roughly with the end of the war and, it was hoped, a return to the economic vibrancy the city had once enjoyed. However, the resumption of a healthy business climate was slow in coming; Memphis reconstruction did not begin in earnest until the summer of 1866, when railroads leading in and out of the city were rebuilt and funding for public improvement programs was approved. During this time, many former Memphis residents returned home after relocating during the war. Thousands poured into the city over the next ten years, bringing the city's population to 45,000 and restoring economic prosperity to Memphis. First National, a fledgling banking concern, shared in the prosperity of the community it served. By the time Davis retired in 1882, after presiding over the bank for 18 years, the calamities engendered by war, and ensuing outbreaks of yellow fever, had come to an end, and the bank stood on solid ground.

Deposits at First National surpassed $1 million in 1897 by virtue of a rare acquisition completed that year, the purchase of the German Bank, which increased deposits from $700,000 to roughly $1.15 million. In 1913, the bank earned the distinction of being selected to execute the implementation of the Federal Reserve Act. Named as one of five banks in one of the 12 banking districts created by the Federal Reserve Act, First National assisted in the incorporation of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, of which the Federal Reserve Bank of Memphis was a branch.

In 1926, First National completed the first merger in its history, joining with one of Memphis' most respected banking institutions, the Central-State National Bank. According to the terms of the merger, First National would retain its name and charter, which by then had existed for 62 years, while the new bank's leadership would be drawn from Central-State. As a result, Central-State president S.E. Ragland became president of First National. The merger proved timely, occurring before the onset of the Great Depression, during which half of the nation's banks failed, and predating a period in which Memphis experienced a significant rise in population.

Postwar Expansion: 1950s-80s

Better equipped after the merger to handle the increasing banking needs of a rapidly growing population, First National used its new financial resources to expand the scope of its operations. While America's entry into World War II forestalled First National's plans for significant expansion until the 1950s, some physical growth was recorded, such as the establishment of a suburban branch, the Crosstown Branch, in 1942. During the 1940s, Memphis continued to grow, entering the decade as the nation's 32nd largest city and ranking 26th by 1949, commensurately increasing the bank's need to expand. By 1952, First National operated seven branch offices in the region surrounding Memphis, and the bank's leadership began to look for a new site for First National's headquarters, which were in need of expansion.

In 1961, plans were announced for the construction of a 25-story bank and office building to replace existing accommodations. Three years later, the building was finished, and First National moved in, opening six additional branch offices at the same time. While First National remained largely a regional bank, its area of service was wide enough to warrant further expansion, making it, by 1967, the largest bank in the Mid-South. In 1969, as First National was evolving into a statewide banking concern, a one-bank holding company, First National Holding Company, was formed. Two years later, the structure of the holding company was changed, becoming a multi-bank holding company to enable the bank to acquire other banks throughout Tennessee. Concurrent with the structural change of First National's holding company, a name change was made, and First National Holding Company became First Tennessee National Corporation.

First Tennessee, with its principal subsidiary, First National Bank of Memphis, began acquiring Tennessee-based banks at a rapid pace. Five banks were purchased in 1972, with more to follow throughout the decade as First Tennessee extended its presence outside of Memphis and into other regions within the state. In 1974, First Tennessee's management selected a common name for the banks absorbed by the holding company, naming each First Tennessee Bank, a process concluded in 1977, when First National Bank of Memphis, the name selected by Frank S. Davis and other Memphis residents in 1864, became First Tennessee Bank.

First Tennessee continued to acquire Tennessee-based banks throughout the 1980s. As it solidified its presence in markets outside of Memphis, the bank also acquired several non-banking financial institutions, gradually diversifying beyond its retail and commercial banking core. This diversification would become more important when First Tennessee made a strategic shift in the early 1990s toward a greater interest in bonds and mortgage lending, but by the early 1980s the holding company had already begun to invest its energies in business lines apart from retail and commercial banking. In 1981, First Tennessee established First Express, a nationwide check clearing service, and, the following year, First Tennessee became the first bank in the Southeast to offer discount brokerage services.

Focus on Bond and Mortgage Lending Business: 1990s

As it entered the 1990s, after restructuring its banking organization in 1987 to give its regional departments more autonomy, First Tennessee's leadership decided a more profitable future could be realized in nontraditional banking areas. The holding company's retail and commercial banking operations would continue to provide substantial earnings, generating, along with its credit card, trust services, check clearing, and transaction processing businesses, approximately 80 percent of its annual pre-tax income during the early 1990s. However, as bank acquisitions became increasingly expensive and First Tennessee's market share throughout the state became more entrenched, it became apparent that a greater return on investments could be achieved by strengthening its bond and mortgage lending businesses.

Between 1990 and 1993, First Tennessee's bond division, involved in purchasing and selling fixed income securities, more than doubled its volume of business, jumping from $66 billion worth of securities bought and sold in 1990 to $147.8 billion by 1993. This rate of growth, 30.8 percent compounded annually, was eclipsed by First Tennessee's mortgage expansion, an increase primarily realized through two important acquisitions in 1993. That year, the holding company purchased Maryland National Mortgage Corporation and SNMC Management Corporation, which added more than $6 billion to First Tennessee's mortgage origination total and positioned the company as one of the ten largest mortgage originators in the nation. The addition of Maryland National and SNMC (raising First Tennessee's mortgage origination total from $700 million to $7.2 billion) enabled the holding company to record an annually compounded growth rate of 55.3 percent in mortgage originations between 1990 and 1993.

Increased activity in the bond and mortgage markets also meant increased activity at the national level. By 1993, the company's First Express business was operating in 43 states, and its bond division was serving customers in every state. Moreover, the company became a member of several national and international automated teller machine (ATM) service programs in more than 100,000 locations.

In the mid-1990s, First Tennessee was the dominant retail and commercial banking institution throughout much of Tennessee, ranking as the leader in deposit share in three of the state's five metropolitan areas. The holding company looked to expand beyond Tennessee's borders and beyond the traditional banking arena, striving to become a more diversified, nationally-oriented financial institution. In January 1995, First Tennessee announced that the company had acquired Carl I. Brown and Company, headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri. With the completion of this acquisition, First Tennessee ranked among the top ten retail and wholesale mortgage originators in the country, with mortgage offices in 25 states.

Continued Success: Late 1990s and Beyond

As the company worked to position itself as a diversified financial services firm, First Tennessee watched--like most regional banking concerns--as large competitors grew even larger through takeovers and acquisitions. As the industry consolidated during the late 1990s, First Tennessee avoided entering the fray and instead focused on achieving revenue growth by manipulating existing operations. Indeed, from 1990 through 1998, the company had secured an average annual growth rate of 15.3 percent, which was higher than its regional counterparts. Ralph Horn, chairman of First Tennessee commented in a 1999 American Banker article that his goal was to achieve consistent, rather than flashy growth. "First Tennessee can increase market share without taking the risk of making a big acquisition and stubbing our toe," he stated.

During 1999, the company began to feel the negative effects of rising interest rates, which forced a slowdown in its mortgage business. Its capital markets division also faltered as a result of Y2K concerns. First Tennessee's regional banking group, on the other hand, experienced significant growth, recording revenue of $767.8 million, up from $678.7 million in 1998. That year the firm launched a new tagline--"All Things Financial"--to signal its shift from a traditional regional banking firm to a diversified financial services company.

As First Tennessee entered the new millennium, it failed to achieve the level of growth that it had been able to secure for the past ten years--between 12 and 15 percent. As such, the company made several strategic moves to strengthen its position in the industry. It sold its corporate and municipal trusts business, the MONEY BELT segment of its ATM business, and its co-branded and single-relationship credit card accounts. The firm's capital markets business segment acquired Midwest Research-Maxus Group Ltd., an equity research firm. First Tennessee's mortgage banking unit also adopted a single brand name--First Horizon Home Loans--in an effort to cross-sell a variety of First Tennessee products to existing customers.

The firm's repositioning efforts appeared to pay off, and in 2001 the company reported record earnings. During that year, the firm announced the acquisition of Synaxis Group Inc., a network of insurance agencies located in Georgia, Kentucky, and Tennessee, that would be integrated into its First Tennessee Bank subsidiary. First Tennessee's strategy for the future was focused on building and strengthening its regional banking, mortgage, capital markets, and transaction processing businesses. By 2002, First Tennessee had offered its shareholders over a century of consecutive quarterly dividends. With a longstanding history of success behind it, the holding company appeared to be well positioned to secure continued growth well into the future.

Principal Subsidiaries: First National Bank of Springdale; FNBS Investment Advisory Corporation, Inc.; FNBS Investments, Inc.; First Tennessee Bank National Association; First Horizon Insurance Services, Inc.; First Horizon Merchant Services, Inc.; First Horizon Money Center, Inc.; First Horizon Strategic Alliances, Inc.; First Tennessee ABS, Inc.; First Tennessee Brokerage, Inc.; First Tennessee Capital Assets Corporation; First Tennessee Securities Corporation; FT Insurance Corporation; FT Mortgage Holding Corporation; First Horizon Home Loan Corporation; First Tennessee Mortgage Services, Inc.; First Horizon Asset Securities, Inc.; First Horizon Mortgage Loan Corporation; FH-FF Mortgage Services, L.P.; FT Real Estate Securities Company, Inc.; JPO, Inc.; TSMM Corporation; Synaxis Group, Inc.; Hickory Capital Corporation; Highland Capital Management Corp.; Tennessee Martin & Company, Inc.; Norlen Life Insurance Company.

Principal Divisions: First Tennessee Regional Banking Group; First Horizon; FTN Financial; Transaction Processing.

Principal Competitors: AmSouth Bancorporation; Bank of America Corp.; Union Planters Corporation.

Further Reading:

  • Bergquist, Erick, and Marc Hochstein, "First Tennessee Unit, Not Keen on Horizon, Buys Itself Back," American Banker, May 4, 2000, p. 1.
  • "First Tennessee Completes Acquisition of Nashville-Based Insurance Broker," Business Wire, January 4, 2002.
  • First Tennessee National Corporation --The First Hundred Years: A History of the First National Bank of Memphis, Memphis: First Tennessee National Corp., n.d.
  • Gjertsen, Lee Ann, "First Tennessee to Fill Commercial Lines Gap," American Banker, December 18, 2001, p. 8.
  • Keenan, Charles, "First Tennessee Hungers for Pat on the Back," American Banker, September 16, 1999, p. 1.
  • Lacy, Sarah, "First Tennessee Repositioning Yields Results," Memphis Business Journal, March 10, 2000, p. 1.
  • Ring, Niamh, "First Tennessee Trying to Build a New Image," American Banker, January 15, 1999.
  • Roosevelt, Phil, "First Tennessee Buying Its Way into the Industry's Big Leagues," American Banker, December 3, 1993, p. 10.
  • "Why 1st Tennessee Decided to Join the Big Leagues in Home Lending," American Banker, September 3, 1993, p. 10.
  • Yawn, David, "First Tennessee Sees Growth in Bond, Trust Divisions," Memphis Business Journal, December 17, 1990, p. 43.

Source: International Directory of Company Histories, Vol. 48. St. James Press, 2003.

Источник: http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/first-tennessee-national-corporation-history/

First Tennessee, Capital Bank to be rebranded as First Horizon

Two years after a big out-of-state acquisition, First Horizon National in Memphis, Tenn., will rebrand First Tennessee Bank and its other companies.

The $41 billion-asset holding company this fall will fold First Tennessee Bank and its recently acquired Capital Bank under the First Horizon Bank name. Its wealth management group FTB Advisors will be renamed First Horizon Advisors. Its fixed-income and trading company FTN Financial will become FHN Financial.

First Horizon is starting an advertising campaign to push the rebranding, which was announced Tuesday afternoon.

First Horizon's chief digital banking and marketing officer, Dawn Morris, said it preserved the status quo during a transitional period after buying Capital Bank but decided it was time to switch to a universal name that avoids any geographic constrictions and leaves growing room for future deals.

“We’ve always known we would be moving toward a unified brand,” Morris said.

The bank is expected to release new digital and deposit products this fall to go with the rebrand, Morris said.

First Horizon in November 2017 bought Capital Bank Financial in Charlotte, N.C., for $2.2 billion. The acquisition, its largest ever, expanded its operations to eight states. At the time, First Horizon said it would keep First Tennessee Bank’s brand within its home state and use the Capital Bank name in the other areas.

Источник: https://www.americanbanker.com/news/first-tennessee-capital-bank-to-be-rebranded-as-first-horizon

First Tennessee Bank

Bank's Headquarters:

165 Madison Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38101

Became FDIC Insured:

Jan 1, 1934

Bank Class:

Commercial bank, national (federal) charter and Fed member, supervised by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).

Last Structure Change:

2017-11-30

In more than one state?

Yes

Bank Specialty/Focus:

Commercial Lending Specialization

Bank Holding Company:

First Horizon National Corporation

Parent FDIC Cert#:

NA - Not listed as a child of a larger bank.

Deposits Held Domestically:

$32,691,442

Equity Capital:

$5,171,473

Additional Websites where they accept or solicit for deposits:

www.Capitalbank-us.com

FDIC Supervisory Region:

Dallas

Federal Reserve District:

Dallas

FDIC Field Office:

Memphis

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The First Horizon story is about enduring relationships with clients, associates and communities. Without them, no company could survive and thrive for nearly 160 years.

Our story began in 1864, when Ohio businessman Frank S. Davis arrived in Memphis to open the city’s first national bank. Davis saw a genuine need for banking and credit to finance rebuilding and new commercial growth. Davis’ foresight led him to found First National Bank of Memphis, which has evolved into the First Horizon Bank we know today.


A brief timeline:

1864

Davis submitted a national charter to establish First National Bank of Memphis.


1865

First National moved to a home of its own at 14 Madison Avenue in Downtown Memphis.


1878

As thousands of Memphians died in the yellow fever epidemic and many more fled the city, bookkeeper Charles Q. Harris kept the bank open, serving customers and distributing relief funds from across the country.


1908

As Memphis experienced rapid growth, the old bank building was razed and a new one was constructed.


1941

First National built its first suburban branch at 1338 Union, now the heart of Midtown Memphis.


1964

On its 100th anniversary, First National moved into a new 25-story corporate headquarters at 165 Madison, where we remain today.


1977

First National changed its name to First Tennessee to reflect the bank’s expansion beyond Memphis.


1991

Firstpower culture was created to retain the very best employees by providing them with excellent work-life balance and making them feel empowered. Four values – accountability, adaptability, integrity and relationships – are the pillars that today define Firstpower.


2004

First Horizon National Corporation became our parent company name.


2014

First Tennessee celebrated 150 years of serving the community.


2017

First Tennessee completed the largest merger in our history, with Capital Bank, making us the fourth largest regional bank in the Southeast.


2019

Memphis’ bicentennial year, we announced our entire company would operate under the unified First Horizon brand name, marking a new era in our rich history. Concurrently, First Tennessee filed an application to convert from a national bank into a Tennessee state-chartered bank to better align with the bank’s strategic priorities, streamline oversight processes and provide better customer service under the bank’s new First Horizon brand.


First Horizon has served customers through civil war, two world wars, yellow fever epidemics, financial panics, the Great Depression and the Great Recession. Our customers and our companies have endured adversity, seized opportunity, and embraced change. We’re proud of our legacy, and we're focused on building for the future.

We’ve been recognized as an innovative user of technology, having introduced customers to innovations such as branch banking, drive-through banking, ATMs, remote deposit capture, and the Visa payroll card, and was among the first banks in the nation to offer mobile deposit. Our approximately 5,500 employees provide the highest quality service in banking, insurance, fixed-income investments, mortgage, credit and financial planning, and we claim some of the most loyal and satisfied customers in our industry.

 

Источник: https://www.firsthorizon.com/First-Horizon-National-Corporation/About-Us/History

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First Tennessee joins other banks giving tax cut bonuses


Many First Tennessee bank employees will get a $1,000 bonus next month. First Horizon National Corp., the bank’s parent company, announced last week it would give one-time bonuses “in connection with recent tax reform efforts” to employees who don’t participate in the firm’s regular bonus plans.

On Nov. 30 First Horizon closed a merger with Capital Bank, giving the company a total of 350 branches in Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, Texas and Virginia.

About 4,000 employees of First Tennessee and Capital will get the bonuses.

“First Horizon experienced an extraordinary year during 2017,” Dave Miller, First Tennessee’s East Region president, said in a statement. “Thanks to our company’s impressive performance, coupled with recent tax reform measures, we are pleased to be able to reward thousands of our employees who do not participate in bonus programs.”

In the Top Workplaces survey, done this year for the first time in Knoxville, First Tennessee employees rated the bank as the best local workplace among participating large firms.

More: First Tennessee ranked as state's best bank

“Our merger with Capital Bank — the largest in our company’s history — thus far it has been a seamless transition thanks to our employees,” Bryan Jordan, First Horizon chairman and CEO, said in a news release. “And as a result of this outstanding performance and because of recent tax reform efforts that we believe will benefit First Horizon, we are happy to offer bonuses to our people who work hard every day to maintain First Horizon’s reputation as one of the best companies to work for and one of the most trusted banks in the country.”

Several major banks announced Dec. 22 they were giving employee raises or bonuses, citing President Donald Trump’s signing that day of a cut in the corporate tax rate to 21 percent from 35 percent.

Fifth Third Bank announced it would give a bonus to 13,500 employees and raise its minimum pay to $15 per hour.

Bank of America topped that Dec. 22, offering a $1,000 bonus to 145,000 employees.

Two days before Trump signed the $1.5 trillion tax cut package, Wells Fargo also said it was raising its minimum pay to $15 per hour, though it offered mixed signals on whether that was due to the expected tax cut.

 

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A Proud Legacy. A Bright Future.

First Horizon National Corporation, parent company of First Tennessee, is a bank holding company based in Memphis. It brings the strength of $39.5 billion in assets to First Tennessee, Capital Bank, FTN Financial and FTB Advisors, Inc. As part of the First Horizon family of companies, First Tennessee Bank focuses on providing superior financial services to its customers through a network of approximately 300 locations throughout Tennessee and the Southeast. Nearly 6,000 employees across the company stand ready to deliver the bank’s full range of high quality financial products and services.

First Horizon employees give back to the communities where they live and work, contributing more than 20,000 volunteer hours annually.

A Proud History

Frank Davis, an Ohio businessman, recognized in March 1864 the need for an expansion of banking and credit facilities in Memphis, Tennessee. The National Banking Act of 1863 brought advantages offered by a system of national banks chartered and supervised by the federal government. On March 25, 1864, Davis submitted a charter for Tennessee’s first national bank to the Office of the Controller in Memphis, ushering in a new era of banking for the region.

Just 14 years later, as the South recovered from the Civil War, a yellow fever epidemic swept through Memphis, killing thousands and forcing most of the remaining citizens to flee. A lone figure, Charles Q. Harris, remained to operate the new bank, serving customers by himself for three hours each day and distributing relief funds sent from across the country.

The small financial institution founded on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River survived many challenges and continued to grow along with the city it served. Through strategic acquisitions and mergers, the bank has evolved into a thriving regional financial services company with corporate headquarters in a modern 25-story office building in downtown Memphis.

A Financial Services Leader

More than a century and a half after its founding, First Tennessee has become a market share leader in Tennessee with some of the most loyal and satisfied customers in the industry. The bank’s parent company, First Horizon National Corporation, has grown to become one of the 40 largest banking companies in the U.S. in asset size and capitalization. It has been recognized as one of the nation’s best employers by American Banker and Working Mother magazines and as a top tech innovator by Information Week magazine.

First Tennessee Bank is committed to providing the highest quality service in banking, insurance, fixed-income investments, mortgage, credit and financial planning to its customers.

First Tennessee remains committed to meeting the credit needs of consumers, businesses and communities to promote growth and sustainability. Credit products, including consumer lending, small business lending and large commercial lending, are designed with the needs of consumers, small businesses, and community development partners in mind.

Since 1864, First Tennessee has been committed to the customers and communities it serves.

A Commitment to Service

In addition to providing financial services and solutions, First Tennessee consistently demonstrates its commitment to customers by investing in local communities. Since 1993, the First Tennessee Foundation has granted more than $80 million to meet community needs, and more than $10 million has been invested in community development initiatives since 2017. Numerous non-profit organizations have been supported through the donation of time, energy and expertise in the bank’s employee volunteer program. Each year, employees give more than 20,000 hours of service across our communities.

First Tennessee is also strategically committed to diversity in its workforce, workplace and marketplace.

“Our First Tennessee team is carrying on a tradition that has been important to Tennessee and to generations of customers,” said Bryan Jordan, First Horizon’s chairman, president and CEO. “As a company and as individuals, we share the hopes of our neighbors for a better place to live and work. We are constantly renewing our promise to be the best at serving our customers, one opportunity at a time.”

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First Tennessee National Corporation History



Address:

165 Madison Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
U.S.A.


Telephone:(901) 523-4444
Toll Free:800-489-4040
Fax:(901) 523-4945

Website: www.firsttennessee.com

Public Company
Incorporated:1864 as First National Bank of Memphis
Employees: 9,861
Total Assets: $19.2 billion (2001)
Stock Exchanges: New York
Ticker Symbol: FTN
NAIC: 522110 Commercial Banking; 551111 Offices of Bank Holding Companies

Company Perspectives:

Our goal is to be the most efficient revenue growth company. We will never relinquish our focus on revenue growth, for that is the foundation for our future.

Key Dates:

1864:
The First National Bank of Memphis is formed.
1897:
German Bank is acquired; First National's deposits exceed $1 million.
1913:
First National is selected to execute the implementation of the Federal Reserve Act.
1926:
The firm merges with Central-State National Bank.
1952:
By now, First National operates seven branch offices.
1969:
First National Holding Company is created.
1971:
The holding company adopts the name First Tennessee National Corporation.
1977:
First National Bank of Memphis changes its name to First Tennessee Bank.
1982:
First Tennessee becomes the first bank in the Southeast to offer discount brokerage services.
1993:
Maryland National Mortgage Corporation and SNMC Management Corporation are acquired.
1995:
The company purchases Carl I. Brown and Company.
1999:
First Tennessee adopts the tagline, "All Things Financial."

Company History:

One of the 50 largest bank holding companies in the United States, First Tennessee National Corporation has provided banking services to Tennesseans since the Civil War, when the company's oldest and primary subsidiary, The First National Bank of Memphis, was organized. By 2000, the firm was operating as a national, diversified financial services firm with interests in retail and commercial banking, investment and trust products, credit card products, securities, transaction processing, and mortgage banking. First Tennessee has over 400 bank branches in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi through its Regional Banking Group business division. Subsidiary First Horizon Home Loans provides home loans and short-term finance products first tennessee bank and capital bank 136 offices in 31 states. Overall, First Tennessee serves over 1.1 million customers and 90,000 businesses across the United States.

Early History: 1860s-1920s

During the Civil War, many southern cities were negatively affected by the conflict. Once a bustling center of commerce, Memphis first suffered the destructive effects of war when in 1862 Union troops gained control of the city and placed it under military rule. Two years into this military occupation, a resident named Frank S. Davis decided to form a bank. Davis was convinced that Memphis would need additional banking and credit facilities once a national system of banks regulated by the federal government emerged, a prospect ensured by the passage of the National Banking Act of 1863. To that end, he organized a meeting to be convened on March 10, 1864 to discuss the possibilities of organizing a nationally chartered bank. That day, Davis and several other Memphis residents drafted the articles of association for such an enterprise and filed an application for a national charter. The charter was granted on March 25, 1864, marking the formal beginning of the city's new bank, The First National Bank of Memphis.

With Davis serving as the bank's president, and all of those who attended the first first tennessee bank and capital bank selected as directors, First National began operations during the last year of the Civil War, operating initially out of one rented room, then moving, two months later, to larger space, for which the bank paid $75 in monthly rent. Despite the pernicious economic climate in which it emerged, the effective home remedies for uti survived its first year, proving to be enough of a viable venture to merit the purchase of a two-story building in 1865.

The purchase of First National's new banking quarters coincided roughly with the end of the war and, it was hoped, a return to the economic vibrancy the city had once enjoyed. However, the resumption of a healthy business climate was slow in coming; Memphis reconstruction did not begin in earnest until the summer of first african slaves arrived in virginia, when railroads leading in and out of the city were rebuilt and funding for first tennessee bank and capital bank improvement programs was approved. During this time, many former Memphis residents returned home after relocating during the war. Thousands poured into the city over the next ten years, bringing the city's population to 45,000 and restoring economic prosperity to Memphis. First National, a fledgling banking concern, shared in the prosperity of the community it served. By the time Davis retired in 1882, after presiding over the bank for 18 years, the calamities engendered by war, and ensuing outbreaks santander bank danville pa hours yellow fever, had come to an end, and the bank stood on solid ground.

Deposits at First National surpassed $1 million in 1897 by virtue of a rare acquisition completed that year, the purchase of the German Bank, which increased deposits from $700,000 to roughly $1.15 million. In 1913, the bank earned the distinction of being selected to execute the implementation of the Federal Reserve Act. Named as one of five banks in one of the 12 banking districts created by the Federal Reserve Act, First National assisted in the incorporation of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, of which the Federal Reserve Bank of Memphis was a branch.

In 1926, First National completed the first merger in its history, joining with one of Memphis' most respected banking institutions, the Central-State National Bank. According to the terms of the merger, First National would retain its name and charter, which by then had existed for 62 years, while the new bank's leadership would be drawn from Central-State. As a result, Central-State president S.E. Ragland became president of First National. The merger proved timely, occurring before the onset of the Great Depression, during which half of the nation's banks failed, and predating a period in which Memphis experienced a significant rise in population.

Postwar Expansion: 1950s-80s

Better equipped after the merger to handle ui nv gov bank of america increasing banking needs of a rapidly growing population, First National used its new financial resources to expand the scope of its first tennessee bank and capital bank. While America's entry into World War II forestalled First National's plans for significant expansion until the 1950s, some physical growth was recorded, such as the establishment of a suburban branch, the Crosstown Branch, in 1942. During the 1940s, Memphis continued to grow, entering the decade as the nation's 32nd largest city and ranking 26th by 1949, commensurately increasing the bank's need to expand. By 1952, First National operated seven branch offices in the region surrounding How to close a bank of america account from abroad, and the bank's leadership began to look for a new site for First National's headquarters, which were in need of expansion.

In 1961, plans were announced for the construction of a 25-story bank and office building to replace existing accommodations. Three years later, the building was finished, and First National moved in, opening six additional branch offices at the same time. While First National remained largely a regional bank, its area of service was wide enough to warrant further expansion, making it, by 1967, the largest bank in the Mid-South. In 1969, as First National was evolving into a statewide banking concern, a one-bank holding company, First National Holding Company, was formed. Two years later, the structure of the holding company was changed, becoming a multi-bank holding company to enable the bank to acquire other banks throughout Tennessee. Concurrent with the structural change of First National's holding company, a name change was made, and First National Holding Company became First Tennessee National Corporation.

First Tennessee, with its principal subsidiary, First National Bank of Memphis, began acquiring Tennessee-based banks at a rapid pace. Five banks were purchased in 1972, with more to follow throughout the decade as First Tennessee extended its presence outside of Memphis and into other regions within the state. In 1974, First Tennessee's management selected a common name for the banks absorbed by the holding company, naming each First Tennessee Bank, a process concluded in 1977, when First National Bank of Memphis, the name selected by Frank S. Davis and other Memphis residents in 1864, became First Tennessee Bank.

First Tennessee continued to acquire Tennessee-based banks throughout the 1980s. As it solidified its presence in markets outside of Memphis, the bank also acquired several non-banking financial institutions, gradually diversifying beyond its retail and commercial banking core. This diversification would become more important when First Tennessee made a strategic shift in the early 1990s toward a greater interest in bonds and mortgage lending, but by the early 1980s the holding company had already begun to invest its energies in business lines apart from retail and commercial banking. In 1981, First Tennessee established First Express, a nationwide check clearing service, and, the following year, First Tennessee became the first bank in the Southeast to offer discount brokerage services.

Focus on Bond and Mortgage Lending Business: 1990s

As it entered the 1990s, after restructuring its banking organization in 1987 to give its regional departments more autonomy, First Tennessee's leadership decided a more profitable future could be realized in nontraditional banking areas. The holding company's retail and commercial banking operations would continue to provide substantial earnings, generating, along with its credit card, trust services, check clearing, and transaction processing businesses, approximately 80 percent of its annual pre-tax income during the early 1990s. However, as bank acquisitions became increasingly expensive and First Tennessee's market share throughout the state became more entrenched, it became apparent that a greater return on investments could be achieved by strengthening its bond and mortgage lending businesses.

Between 1990 and 1993, First Tennessee's bond division, involved in purchasing and selling fixed income securities, more than doubled its volume of business, jumping from $66 billion worth of securities bought and sold in 1990 to $147.8 billion by 1993. This rate of growth, 30.8 percent compounded annually, was eclipsed by First Tennessee's mortgage expansion, an increase primarily realized through two important acquisitions in 1993. That year, the holding company purchased Maryland National Mortgage Corporation and SNMC Management Corporation, which added more than $6 billion to First Tennessee's mortgage origination total and positioned the company as one of the ten largest mortgage originators in the nation. The addition of Maryland National and SNMC (raising First Tennessee's mortgage origination total from $700 million to $7.2 billion) enabled the holding company to record an annually compounded growth rate of 55.3 percent in mortgage originations between 1990 and 1993.

Increased activity in the bond and mortgage markets also meant increased activity at the national level. By 1993, the company's First Express business was operating in 43 states, and its bond division was serving customers in every state. Moreover, the company became a member of several national and international automated teller machine (ATM) service programs in more than 100,000 locations.

In the mid-1990s, First Tennessee was the dominant retail and commercial banking institution throughout much of Tennessee, ranking as the leader in deposit share in three of the state's five metropolitan areas. The holding company looked to expand beyond Tennessee's borders and beyond the traditional banking arena, striving to become a more diversified, nationally-oriented financial institution. In January 1995, First Tennessee announced that the company had acquired Carl I. Brown and Company, headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri. With the completion of this acquisition, First Tennessee ranked among the top ten retail and wholesale mortgage originators in the country, with mortgage offices in 25 states.

Continued Success: Late 1990s and Beyond

As the company worked to position itself as a diversified financial services firm, First Tennessee watched--like most regional banking concerns--as large competitors grew even larger through takeovers and acquisitions. As the industry consolidated during the late 1990s, First Tennessee avoided entering the fray and instead focused on achieving revenue growth by manipulating existing operations. Indeed, from 1990 through 1998, the company had secured an average annual growth rate of 15.3 percent, which was higher than its regional counterparts. Ralph Horn, chairman of First Tennessee commented in a 1999 American Banker article that his goal was to achieve consistent, rather than flashy growth. "First Tennessee can increase market share without taking the risk of making a big acquisition and stubbing our toe," he stated.

During 1999, the company began to feel the negative effects of rising interest rates, which forced a slowdown in its mortgage business. Its capital markets division also faltered as a result of Y2K concerns. First Tennessee's regional banking group, on the other hand, experienced significant growth, recording revenue of $767.8 million, up from $678.7 million in 1998. That year the firm launched a new tagline--"All Things Financial"--to signal its shift from a traditional regional banking firm to a diversified financial services company.

As First Tennessee entered the new millennium, it failed to achieve the level of growth that it had been able to secure for the past ten years--between 12 and 15 percent. As such, the company made several strategic moves to strengthen its position in the industry. It sold its corporate and municipal trusts business, the MONEY BELT segment of its ATM business, and its co-branded and single-relationship credit card accounts. The firm's capital markets business segment acquired Midwest Research-Maxus Group Ltd., an equity research firm. First Tennessee's mortgage banking unit also adopted a single brand name--First Horizon Home Loans--in an effort to cross-sell a variety of First Tennessee products to existing customers.

The firm's repositioning efforts appeared to pay off, and in 2001 the company reported record earnings. During that year, the firm announced the acquisition of Synaxis Group Inc., a network of insurance agencies located in Georgia, Kentucky, and Tennessee, that would be integrated into its First Tennessee Bank subsidiary. First Tennessee's strategy for the future was focused on building and strengthening its regional banking, mortgage, capital markets, and transaction processing businesses. By 2002, First Tennessee had offered its shareholders over a century of consecutive quarterly dividends. With a longstanding history of success behind it, the holding company appeared to be well positioned to secure continued growth well into the future.

Principal Subsidiaries: First First tennessee bank and capital bank Bank of Springdale; FNBS Investment Advisory Corporation, Inc.; FNBS Investments, Inc.; First Tennessee Bank National Association; First Horizon Insurance Services, Inc.; First Horizon Merchant Services, Inc.; First Horizon Money Center, Inc.; First Horizon Strategic Alliances, Inc.; First Tennessee ABS, Inc.; First Tennessee Brokerage, Inc.; First Tennessee Capital Assets Corporation; First Tennessee Securities Corporation; FT Insurance Corporation; FT Mortgage Holding Corporation; First Horizon Home Loan Corporation; First Tennessee Mortgage Services, Inc.; First Horizon Asset Securities, Inc.; First Horizon Mortgage Loan Corporation; FH-FF Mortgage Services, L.P.; FT Real Estate Securities Company, Inc.; JPO, Inc.; TSMM Corporation; Synaxis Group, Inc.; Hickory Capital Corporation; Highland Capital Management Corp.; Tennessee Martin & Company, Inc.; Norlen Life Insurance Company.

Principal Divisions: First Tennessee Regional Banking Group; First Horizon; FTN Financial; Transaction Processing.

Principal Competitors: AmSouth Bancorporation; Bank of America Corp.; Union Planters Corporation.

Further Reading:

  • Bergquist, Erick, and Marc Hochstein, "First Tennessee Unit, Not Keen on Horizon, Buys Itself Back," American Banker, May 4, 2000, p. 1.
  • "First Tennessee Completes Acquisition of Nashville-Based Insurance Broker," Business Wire, January 4, 2002.
  • First Tennessee National Corporation --The First Hundred Years: A History of the First National Bank of Memphis, Memphis: First Tennessee National Corp., n.d.
  • Gjertsen, Lee Ann, "First Tennessee to Fill Commercial Lines Gap," American Banker, December 18, 2001, p. 8.
  • Keenan, Charles, "First Tennessee Hungers for Pat on the Back," American Banker, September 16, 1999, p. 1.
  • Lacy, Sarah, "First Tennessee Repositioning Yields Results," Memphis Business Journal, March ubank savings interest rate cut, 2000, p. 1.
  • Ring, Niamh, "First Tennessee Trying to Build a New Image," American Banker, January 15, 1999.
  • Roosevelt, Phil, first tennessee bank and capital bank Tennessee Buying Its Way into the Industry's Big Leagues," American Banker, December 3, 1993, p. 10.
  • "Why 1st Tennessee Decided to Join the Big Leagues in Home Lending," American Banker, September 3, 1993, p. 10.
  • Yawn, David, "First Tennessee Sees Growth in Bond, Trust Divisions," Memphis Business Journal, December 17, 1990, p. 43.

Source: International Directory of Company Histories, Vol. 48. St. James Press, 2003.

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First Tennessee Bank will soon be named First Horizon as part of branding change


First Tennessee Bank customers should get used to saying First Horizon Bank, if they haven't already.

The new name and logo will become effective for the largest Tennessee-headquartered bank at the close of business Oct. 25. First Horizon National Corp., First Tennessee's holding company, expects all brand signage changes to be complete in early 2020.

First Horizon announced the branding change in June. First Tennessee Bank, Capital Bank, FTB Advisors and FTN Financial will all combine under the common First Horizon brand.

Customers won’t have to change anything on their end, said Bryan Jordan, president and CEO of the Memphis-based company. For Tennessee customers, it will be the same experience they’ve had at First Tennessee.

“It’s a first tennessee bank and capital bank smooth transition from a customer perspective,” Jordan said. “… You’ll just see new, brighter signs around our financial centers.”

The new branding means new building signage, new website addresses and changes in mobile apps, according to First Horizon. Email communications, payee names and credit bureau reporting names will change, too.

Also part of the rebranding, First Tennessee Park in Nashville will become First Horizon Park.

Name change simplifies experience

After First Horizon's acquisition of Capital Bank in 2017, the company had found the First Tennessee brand didn’t work as well outside its namesake state, Jordan said. The two different brands created customer confusion.

“An example is a customer in Nashville that goes to Naples (in Florida) for the winter doesn’t know that Capital Bank and First Tennessee are the same, necessarily,” he said.

First Horizon tested roughly 50 potential brand names with the aim of simplifying the customer experience, Jordan said. It landed on First Horizon, the holding company’s brand name.

The First Horizon name is optimistic, as people associate it with looking toward new horizons, Jordan said.

First Horizon runs more than 250 bank locations in the Southeastern United States, and it says its banking subsidiary has the largest deposit market share in Tennessee.

On Monday, First Horizon will host a sneak peek event for customers and community partners to reveal its new logo and signage. The event starts at 5:30 p.m. on The Peabody hotel rooftop.

Max Garland covers FedEx, logistics and health care for The Commercial Appeal. Reach him at [email protected] or 901-529-2651 and on Twitter @MaxGarlandTypes.

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MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Capital Bank and First Tennessee Bank today announced the launch of new digital websites for merchant services. Capital Bank and First Tennessee Bank are first tennessee bank and capital bank of the First Horizon National Corp. (FHN) family of companies, which also includes FTB Advisors and FTN Financial.

Capital Bank and First Tennessee business clients can now enroll in merchant first tennessee bank and capital bank, get credit approval and shop for Clover point of sale system solutions through the new digital enrollment websites.

“We are pleased to offer this new digital channel to our clients, improving client experience and simplifying the process to enroll in merchant services and access Clover solutions,” said John Levesque, First Horizon’s merchant services executive. “This is a win, especially for small business owners, because Clover solutions are smart, easy to use and can be customized by business owners to best manage their companies and employees. By understanding their unique operational needs, this is one more way we are helping equip our clients with solutions designed to enhance 1st premier login cash flow.”

The service, processed by First Data, is built on an online platform where new and existing business clients can shop for merchant solutions, enroll in a merchant account and get credit approval all in a matter of minutes. The websites fully digitize the merchant enrollment process, expedite merchant onboarding and provide instant access to First Data’s Clover solutions, which include in-store, online, and mobile solutions. Clover merchants also have access to Clover’s app market, offering more than 300 unique apps that aim to simplify daily tasks for business owners.

“First Data’s digital enrollment platform is helping Capital Bank and First Tennessee transform the client experience by delivering simplicity and efficiency to their merchant clients online,” said Neal Korzekwinski, senior vice president, Head of FI Partner Collaboration at First Data. “In a matter of minutes a business owner can shop for Clover products, enroll in a merchant account, and get credit approval.”

For more information, visit https://www.clover.com/partner/capital-bank for Capital Bank clients and https://www.clover.com/partner/first-tennessee for First Tennessee clients.

About First Horizon
First Horizon National Corp. (FHN) provides financial services through its Capital Bank, First Tennessee Bank, FTB Advisors, and FTN Financial businesses. First Horizon homes for sale in bayou vista texas approximately 300 bank locations across the southern U.S. and 28 FTN Financial offices across the entire U.S. Our banking subsidiary was founded in 1864 and has the 14th oldest national bank charter in the country. Our First Tennessee and Capital Bank brands have the largest deposit market share in Tennessee and one of the highest customer retention rates of any bank in the country. We have been ranked by American Banker as No. 5 among the Top 10 Most Reputable U.S. Banks. Our FTB Advisors wealth management group has more than 300 financial professionals and provides services to about $4.8 billion in assets under management. FTN Financial is a capital markets industry leader in fixed income sales, trading and strategies for institutional customers in the U.S. and abroad. We have been recognized as one of the nation’s best employers by American Banker magazine and the National Association for Female Executives. More information is available at www.FirstHorizon.com.

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CONTACTS:
Business Communications, James Dowd (901) 523-4305, [email protected]
Merchant Services, John Levesque (615) 734-6151, [email protected]

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First Horizon Bank

First Horizon Bank, formerly First Tennessee Bank, is a financial services company based in Memphis, Tennessee. The leading subsidiary of First Horizon National Corporation, it provides financial services through more than 180 locations in and around Tennessee. The company was founded during the Civil War in 1864.

History[edit]

Frank S. Davis ally bank no penalty cd reddit First National Bank, the first nationally chartered bank in Memphis after passage first tennessee bank and capital bank the National Banking Act of 1863. Though the city was under martial law after being captured by Union forces in the Civil War, First National Bank of Memphis was officially chartered for business on March 25, 1864.[1], during the American Civil War.[3]

The yellow fever epidemics in Memphis from 1867 through 1878 halted growth, killing thousands and forcing most of the remaining citizens to flee. First National Bank's doors remained open to help distribute relief funds.[citation needed]

The bank acquired German Bank in 1895. First National was one of five banks in the twelve districts to help implement the Federal Reserve Act of 1913.[1] and in 1914, the bank participated in the organization of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. The bank merged with Central-State National Bank in 1926. The merged bank retained First National's name and charter, but was led by Central-State's management team.[1]

In 1942, the bank opened its first suburban branch and by 1952, it operated 7 branches. Allen B. Morgan was named president in 1960, chief executive in 1967, and chairman in 1969.[4]

In 1961, a 25-story tower was announced. This was completed three years later and in 1964, the bank moved into a new 23-story headquarters in downtown Memphis. As of 1967, First National was the largest bank in the Mid-South. Hotel the banks cincinnati bank reorganized as a holding company, First National Holding Corporation, in 1969. Two years later in 1971, it was reorganized as First Tennessee National Corporation in order to acquire banks outside West Tennessee.

The company acquired five banks in 1972, and as more banks became part of the company, their names changed to First Tennessee Bank. In 1977, First National also became First Tennessee Bank.[1]

In 1981, the company founded First Express, a check clearing business.[5]

During the 1980s, the company also expanded into mortgage brokerage, mortgage loan origination, and insurance.

In 1993, the bank acquired MNC Mortgage.[6]

In 1994, the bank acquired Peoples Commercial Services Corporation.[7]

In 1995, with the purchases of Maryland National Mortgage Corporation and SNMC Management Corporation, First Tennessee had $6 billion in mortgage origination and was one of the country's top 10 mortgage originators.[1]

In 1999, to reflect its diversification, the bank adopted the slogan, All Things Financial.[8]

In 2004, the company changed its name to First Horizon National Corporation to reflect its interstate growth.[9]

In May 2007, the company acquired Republic Mortgage, based in Las Vegas.[10]

In September 2007, the company sold 34 branches outside of Tennessee, including 13 branches to M&T Bank, 10 branches to Sterling Bank, 9 branches to Fifth Third, and 2 branches to FMCB Holdings.[11]

In June 2008, the company sold its residential-mortgage origination and servicing business to Metlife.[12]

In November 2008, the United States Department of the Treasury invested $866 million in the company as part of the Troubled Asset Relief Program and in December 2010, the company repurchased the investment from the Treasury.[13]

On June 7, 2013, the bank acquired Mountain National Bank, which suffered from bank failure.[14]

In October 2015, the company acquired TrustAtlantic Bank.[15]

In December 2017, the company acquired Capital Bank Financial for $2.2 billion.[16] Capital Bank later announced it would lease two floors of the 10-story One Glenwood in Raleigh. The lease included a sign on the building.[17] cheap apartments in san jose ca Horizon announced on June 11, 2019, that in fall of 2019 it would have the same name in all of its markets.[18] The change encompassing First Tennessee Bank, Capital Bank, FTB Advisors and FTN Financial became effective at the close of business on October 25, 2019, with signage changes expected to be complete throughout those holdings by early 2020.[19] Shortly after the rebranding, the company announced plans for a merger with IberiaBank of Lafayette, Louisiana, with the combined company's headquarters to be in Memphis under the First Horizon name.[20]

On July 2, 2020 the merger with IberiaBank of Lafayette, Louisiana was completed. The combined bank has $79 billion in assets and $58 billion in loans. The bank will continue to use the First Horizon name and have its headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee.[21]

In a regulatory filing December 1, 2020, First Horizon Corporation announced its new name effective November 30, 2020.[22]

Consumer and business banking[edit]

First Horizon banking services are available to individual consumers as well as businesses of all sizes.

On October 11, 2016, First Tennessee announced the opening of its first Piedmont Triad retail branch in Winston-Salem. The bank had offered commercial banking and real estate and wealth-management services in the city since 2004. From 2003 to 2016, Winston-Salem was also the headquarters of the Mid-Atlantic Region, including the Triangle, Charlotte and Greenville in North Carolina; Richmond in Virginia; Charleston in South Carolina; and Jacksonville in Florida. The new regional headquarters was in Raleigh, where First Tennessee had four branches after buying TrustAtlantic Bank in 2015.[2]

Wealth management[edit]

First Horizon offers wealth management services through its affiliate, First Horizon Advisors, Inc. The company’s services include guidance focused on investments, retirement, insurance, trusts, financial planning, and estate planning.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcde"First Tennessee National Corporation." International Directory of Company Histories, edited by Paula Kepos, vol. 11, St. James Press, 1995, pp. 120-121. Gale Virtual First tennessee bank and capital bank Library, librarylink.uncc.edu/login?url=http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?p=GVRL&sw=w&u=char69915&v=2.1&it=r&id=GALE%7CCX2841500048&asid=0d53347d6851c3d9a3d54ec9ea4a04ed. Accessed 10 Nov. 2017.
  2. ^Craver, Richard (October 12, 2016). "First Tennessee opens first retail branch in Winston-Salem". Winston-Salem Journal. Retrieved October 12, 2016.
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First Tennessee Bank

Bank's How much money should i save to move to california Madison Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38101

Became FDIC Insured:

Jan 1, 1934

Bank Class:

Commercial bank, national (federal) charter and Fed member, supervised by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).

Last Structure Change:

2017-11-30

In more than one state?

Yes

Bank Specialty/Focus:

Commercial Lending Specialization

Bank Holding Company:

First Horizon National Corporation

Parent FDIC Cert#:

NA - Not listed as a child of a optumrx login my account login bank.

Deposits Held Domestically:

$32,691,442

Equity Capital:

$5,171,473

Additional Websites where they accept or solicit for deposits:

www.Capitalbank-us.com

FDIC Supervisory Region:

Dallas

Federal Reserve District:

Dallas

FDIC Field Office:

Memphis

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First Tennessee, Capital Bank to be rebranded as First Horizon

Two years after a big out-of-state acquisition, First Horizon National in Memphis, Tenn., will rebrand First Tennessee Bank and its other companies.

The $41 billion-asset holding company this fall will fold First Tennessee Bank and its recently acquired Capital Bank under the First Horizon Bank name. Its wealth management group FTB Advisors will be renamed First Horizon Advisors. Its fixed-income and trading company FTN Financial will become FHN Financial.

First Horizon is starting an advertising campaign to push the rebranding, which was announced Tuesday afternoon.

First Horizon's chief digital banking and marketing officer, Dawn Morris, said it preserved the status quo during a transitional period after buying Capital Bank but decided it was time to switch to a universal name that avoids any geographic constrictions and leaves growing room for future deals.

“We’ve always known we would be moving toward a unified brand,” Morris said.

The bank is expected to release new digital and deposit products this fall to go with the rebrand, Morris said.

First Horizon in November 2017 bought Capital Bank Financial in Charlotte, N.C., for $2.2 billion. The acquisition, its largest ever, expanded its operations to eight states. At the time, First Horizon said it would keep First Tennessee Bank’s brand within its home state and use the Capital Bank name in the other areas.

Источник: https://www.americanbanker.com/news/first-tennessee-capital-bank-to-be-rebranded-as-first-horizon

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  1. ഏതെങ്കിലും വേക്കൻസികൾ അറിയുകയാണെങ്കിൽ തീർച്ചയായും പോസ്റ്റ് ചെയ്യുന്നതായിരിക്കും.. Please stay tuned...

  2. @The Official DW World OK I have an Ncb account here in Jamaica you said the check is going to be mailed at my mailing address when I get that check from the post office how will I confront the bank with It i mean will they accept and change it

  3. SIR MENE BANK SE PPK KIT LIYA HAI OR MEIN LOGIN KAR RAHA HU TO INVALID USERNAME OR PASSWORD BATA RAHA HAI AISA KYO PLEASE REPLY

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