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Renasant promotes Jenkins to vice president

Ryan Jenkins has been promoted to vice president for internal audit at Renasant Bank. Jenkins joined Renasant in 2012 and has served in various positions. Jenkins previously was income tax accountant for Fortune 500 Auto Parts retailer, Auto Zone Inc. In his new role, Ryan will be responsible for managing internal audit staff to independently evaluate the adequacy, effectiveness and efficiency ...

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Johnston joins Renasant as corporate relationship officer

Russell Johnston has joined Renasant Bank in Tupelo as a corporate relationship officer. Johnston will be responsible for cultivating and managing relationships with corporate clients in a variety of industries. Johnston is a graduate of North Carolina State University, graduating with a bachelor of science degree in business finance. He received his MBA from the University of South Carolina. He ...

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Mississippi’s Renasant Bank says stock sale will raise $75M

A Mississippi bank says it’s likely to raise $75 million by selling new stock to investors. Renasant Corp., the Tupelo-based parent company of Renasant Bank, said Wednesday that it will sell 1.9 million new shares at $41.50 per share. After paying underwriting firms $3.5 million, the bank expects to net $75 million. Renasant says the stock sale is likely to ...

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Renasant CEO Robin McGraw finds success in a life of working hard

By NASH NUNNERY  The ‘work hard play hard’ maxim has become a rather common mantra in America, but E. Robinson “Robin” McGraw discovered ‘life balance’ as a boy growing up in Louisville, Miss. Situated in the rolling “Red Hills” of east central Mississippi, the quaint town exudes Southern charm but was built on hard work and fortitude. So was young ...

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Renasant Bank promotes 7

Tupelo-based Renasant Bank recently made seven promotions. Adam Archer has been promoted to First Vice President and Infrastructure Manager. Archer is responsible for overseeing the bank’s technology infrastructure as well as planning for future data center growth. Prior to joining Renasant, Archer was a Systems Analyst for Software Unlimited Corporation. Archer and his wife, Darbi, have two children, Chloe and ...

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Renasant taps Mitchell Waycaster president

Renasant Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer E. Robinson McGraw announced that the board of directors of Renasant Corporation and Renasant Bank, the Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, unanimously elected C. Mitchell Waycaster as President and Chief Operating Officer of both the Company and Renasant Bank. McGraw will remain in his capacity as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer for both the Company ...

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5 promoted at Renasant

The following staff changes were made recently by Renasant Bank: » Kevin Smith has been promoted to Senior Vice President Senior Associate Counsel. In his role at Renasant, Smith is responsible for handling a variety of legal issues arising within the function of the bank’s general counsel’s office including managing litigation, negotiating vendor contracts, responding to subpoenas, handling insurance claims, ...

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Renasant acquires yet another Georgia bank

The Associated Press TUPELO — Mississippi-based regional bank Renasant Corp. will acquire Georgia-based KeyWorth Bank for $59 million in stock. The banks announced the merger Tuesday, just after Tupelo-based Renasant announced its quarterly earnings. The merger will bulk up the presence of Renasant in Atlanta‘s affluent northern suburbs. Renasant has been gobbling up other banks, acquiring seven in the past 11 ...

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BANKERS READY TO BUILD — 200 volunteers from 9 financial institutions to work together at Habitat house

By LISA MONTI  Nine Jackson area financial institutions will join together for the first time as a team to build a Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area home in a south Jackson neighborhood. The banks all have supported Habitat by building houses, sponsoring events and serving on boards and committees, but this year’s build will be the first time employees ...

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