Posts Tagged ‘John Oxford’

M&F branches to close as Renasant wraps up merger

by Associated Press Published: December 5,2013

Tags: acquisition, bank, banking, finance, financial institution, John Oxford, M&F, Merchants & Farmers, merger, Renasant Bank

TUPELO — The last six of nine planned branch closures will be completed by Monday as Renasant Bank’s merger with M&F Bank is finalized. Tomorrow, three former M&F Bank locations in Tupelo will close for good. Three remaining branches in Kosciusko, Southaven and Birmingham, Ala., will close on Monday. All are former M&F Bank locations […] [...]

Refinance activity strong in state as people take advantage of record low rates

The flip side of the housing bubble burst is that interest rates are as low as people are likely to see in their lifetimes. That combined with the government’s HARP II program to help distressed homeowners stay in their homes are reducing mortgage amounts, and contributing to increased revenues at banks. Regions Bank chief financial […] [...]

It’s a part of doing business

by Nash Nunnery Published: January 23,2011

Tags: Chuck McIntosh, Jeffrey Pilcher, John Oxford, Paul Maxwell

Twitter, Facebook and other social media just another way banks can reach their customers To Tweet or not to Tweet, that is the question. Like it or not, social networking is fast becoming an increasingly popular way for traditionally-conservative banks to reach consumers amid the economic downturn. Megabanks such as Wells Fargo and Bank of […] [...]

Acquisitions and mergers

by Ted Carter Published: September 19,2010

Tags: Banks, Hans Petit, Joel Clements, John Allison, John Oxford

Flurry of activity may be in the future of many Mississippi institutions A desire to offset dried up demand for consumer and business loans may set off a round of acquisitions and mergers among Mississippi banks. With ledger sheets showing greatly diminished interest income, bankers must get resourceful if they want to see some money […] [...]

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