Posts Tagged ‘Trustmark National Bank’

BankPlus hires Armour

BankPlus has hired Rob Armour as executive vice president and chief marketing and business development officer. Armour has 17 years of experience in the banking industry and was previously employed by Trustmark National Bank as director of marketing. A native of Memphis, Armour is a graduate of Delta State University. He is a graduate of […] [...]

Trustmark promotes Sherman

by Published: October 9,2011

Tags: Anthony Sherman, Trustmark National Bank

Anthony Sherman has been promoted to assistant vice president and trust officer at Trustmark National Bank in Jackson. He is responsible for administrating a portfolio of trusts and estate account relationships. Sherman earned a bachelor of accountancy, a master’s in taxation from Mississippi State University and a juris doctorate from the University of Mississippi. He […] [...]

Garner named VP

by Published: August 7,2011

Tags: Scott Garner, Trustmark National Bank

Scott Garner has been named vice president in mortgage banking at Trustmark National Bank in Castlewoods. Garner, a native of Brandon, earned a bachelor science degree from Mississippi College. With 19 years of mortgage banking experience, Garner is a mortgage loan originator. He is a member of the Mississippi and National Mortgage Bankers Associations and […] [...]

Trustmark names VPs

Harold Harris has been named first vice president at Trustmark National Bank in Meridian, where he serves as a financial consultant with Trustmark Financial Services in Wealth Management. Harris, a native of Meridian, earned a degree in business from Delta State University. He is a past president and founder of Tipmasters of Meridian. Harris and […] [...]

Trustmark sees acquisition of Heritage as key to filling in Highway 16 gaps

With capital accumulating, Trustmark National Bank has been hunting for acquisitions to expand its footprint, but the regional bank didn’t go far from its Jackson headquarters for the prey it bagged April 15. At 6 p.m. that day, regulators shut down Carthage-based Heritage Banking Group’s nine locations and turned them over to Trustmark, a publicly […] [...]

McGee promoted at Trustmark

by Published: April 10,2011

Tags: JACKSON, Jason McGee, Trustmark National Bank

Jason McGee has been promoted to corporate treasury services officer at Trustmark National Bank in Jackson, where he is the operations coordinator. McGee is a native of Brandon and earned a bachelor of science in business administration degree from Mississippi College in 2005. He has been a member of the Mississippi chapter of the Financial […] [...]

CEO leaves Trustmark in good shape

by Published: November 28,2010

Tags: Richard Hickson, Trustmark National Bank

Hickson leaves ‘Host’ of strategies Departing Trustmark chairman, CEO says new leadership has leverage to grow earnings Hearin, Day and Hickson. That’s how long it takes for a roll call of Trustmark National Bank’s top leadership over the past 50 years. Each executive left a mark on the bank that Jackson built — Bob Hearin […] [...]

‘Tarnished franchise?’

Cadence battles public opinion after backing out of Trustmark deal; claims it saved 125 jobs in Starkville area because of the move Cadence Bank’s shareholders — especially the “insiders” who own nearly11 percent of the bank holding company’s stock — get an appealing payday from last week’s decision to scrap an acquisition deal with Trustmark […] [...]

Trustmark loss of CADENCE stings but it’s not permanent

Getting jilted by Cadence Bank will cost Jackson’s Trustmark National Bank 7 cents in earnings per share for 2011, banking analyst Kevin Fitzsimmons of Sandler O’Neil & Partners estimates. The 7 cents reduction puts the earnings per share for next year back to pre-acquisition estimate of $1.52, said Fitzsimmons, managing partner of the New York-based […] [...]

TALKS: Who knew what and when?

Trustmark would like to know exactly when Houston- based Community Bancorp, LLC started talking acquisition with Starkville’s Cadence Bank won’t be known until Cadence files a proxy statement with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission by Oct. 18. That’s some reading material that Trustmark National Bank executives will look at with interest. Trustmark executives learned […] [...]

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