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Bank to sell historic Mississippi home and inn at auction

A southwest Mississippi historic home and inn will be auctioned after a bank foreclosed.The Natchez Democrat reports the Dunleith Historic Inn will be auctioned Feb. 1. Owner Michael Worley filed for personal bankruptcy last year, citing $107 million in debts and $80 million in assets. The house is among the most recognized antebellum structures in Natchez. A federal judge recently ...

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MacKenzie commemorates 25 years with Ameriprise Financial

Robert Stuart MacKenzie, CFP, CRPC, a private wealth advisor with MacKenzie & Associates, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. recently celebrated 25 years with Ameriprise Financial. MacKenzie has served residents of the Kosciusko area since 1993. “I am thankful for the career I’ve had in financial planning,” said MacKenzie. “I’ve enjoyed each day over the last ...

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McRae No. 22 in the Bank Investment Consultant’s Top 100 Bank Advisors list

John C. McRae, who is a member of Citizens National Bank’s Wealth Management Division, as well as a Branch Manager and Senior Financial Advisor with Raymond James Financial Services, was chosen as No. 22 of 100 nationally on the list of Bank Investment Consultant’s Top 100 Bank Advisors. Bank Investment Consultant is a leading publication in the bank investment services ...

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Trustmark names Kennedy new chief information officer

Trustmark Corporation announced that David C. Kennedy has been named executive vice president and chief information officer of Trustmark National Bank. Kennedy has more than 20 years of experience, with his most recent leadership role as Chief Technology Officer of Stone Energy Corporation in Lafayette, Louisiana. In this position, Kennedy was responsible for corporate technology and innovation initiatives and directed ...

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JUSTIN KELLY — You can’t time the market

Why you should avoid practicing market timing There are many things that could affect the overall equity market and any individual stocks you may own—from economic trends to geopolitical events like an election. What is certain is that the market will always have its peaks and dips. This market cycle can make it tempting for investors to attempt to buy ...

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Phillips-Gaines named one of InvestmentNews’ 20 Women to Watch

InvestmentNews has recognized Lynn Phillips-Gaines of Phillips Financial in Starkville as a 2018 Women to Watch honoree. As one of the 20 winners, she was chosen from more than several hundred nominations for her leadership, contributions and impact in the financial advice industry. Each of the advisers and executives who made the fourth annual InvestmentNews Women to Watch list were ...

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Conerly joins First Bank

First Bank hired Charlie Conerly as Vice President Loan Review. Conerly joins First Bank with 25 years of previous banking experience. Conerly earned his Master of Business Administration Degree from the University of Mississippi. Having grown up in Jackson, he attended Jackson Academy. Conerly and his wife, Lynn McCord Conerly, live in Terry and attend Crystal Springs United Methodist Church. ...

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Burks named as president of Private Client Services

Renasant Bank announced that Greg Burks has been promoted to President of Private Client Services for Northeast Mississippi. Burks joined Renasant in 2007, having previously served as First Vice President and Private Client Advisor. He will be located at Renasant’s Fairpark location in Tupelo, and will be responsible for building and maintaining relationships and assisting clients with their financial needs. ...

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Trustmark recognizes Davis for 40 years of service

Trustmark announced that Geneva Davis, retail banking officer and retail administration analyst at its Corporate office in Jackson, has been inducted into the 40-Year Club of the Mississippi Bankers Association. At its 2018 Annual Convention, the Mississippi Bankers Association recognized her as a member of this highly regarded 40-Year Club. “Geneva is a committed professional who lives out the core ...

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Mississippi man reports to Arkansas prison for Ponzi scheme

A former Mississippi businessman sentenced to almost 20 years in prison for operating the largest Ponzi scheme in state history is in a federal prison in Arkansas. The Clarion Ledger reported that 58-year-old Arthur Lamar Adams of Madison County reported to the Forrest City Low Correctional Institution in Forrest City, Arkansas, on Monday. Adams had asked to serve his sentence ...

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