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Haney promoted to associate managing director

Renasant announced the promotion of Sarah Haney to associate managing director in its Private Client Group. Haney joined Renasant in 2017 as assistant relationship manager. “Sarah is an emerging leader at Renasant Bank. We are excited to see her moving forward as an Associate Managing Director for the Private Client group here in the Memphis market. Sarah has been such ...

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Jones transitions to Yalobusha County president

Renasant announced that Tommy Jones has transitioned from Grenada Market President to Yalobusha County Market President and North Central Mississippi Region Senior Vice President. Jones graduated from Mississippi State University in 1985. He later graduated from the Tennessee Commercial Lending School at Vanderbilt University, the Mississippi School of Banking at The University of Mississippi, and the Graduate School of Banking ...

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Bell promoted to Grenada market president

Renasant announced the promotion of Gene Bell to Grenada Market President. Bell joined Renasant in 2008 as Vice President for Grenada. Bell graduated from Delta State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and attended the Mississippi School of Banking at The University of Mississippi. “We are excited to have Gene move forward as Grenada Market President. He has ...

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Renasant promotes Adams to senior executive vice president

Renasant recently named Tracey Morant Adams to be Senior Executive Vice President, and Chief Community Development and Corporate Social Responsibility Officer. In her continued capacity with Renasant, Adams will lead external community relations and social responsibility strategies. Adams is responsible for community, economic, and business development for Renasant, especially within the areas of small business and mortgage lending. Prior to ...

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Waycaster a steady hand leading Renasant

TUPELO – For the first time since the turn of the millennium, Renasant Corp. will have a new chief executive. On Tuesday, Mitch Waycaster steps into the role of chairman and CEO of the the financial holding company that is the parent of Renasant Bank. Robin McGraw, who announced a year ago that he would retire from those positions he’s ...

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Renasant Bank’s Waycaster named honorary consul to Japan

The government of Japan recently appointed Mitch Waycaster to be the Honorary Consul of Japan in Tupelo. Waycaster, the president and chief operating officer of Renasant Bank, will serve a five-year term as honorary consul. In that role, Waycaster will assist the Consulate-General of Japan in Nashville in promoting positive Japan-U.S. relations in Mississippi, according to the office of Deputy ...

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Renasant reports record quarterly income

Renasant Corp. has reported record quarterly net income $25.3 million, up 10.4 percent from $22.9 million a year earlier. Earnings per share were 57 cents, compared with 54 cents for the second quarter of 2016. Renasant announced in January that it was buying Metropolitan BancGroup for $190 million in stock. The Tupelo-based bank said that acquiring Metropolitan’s $1.2 billion in ...

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Renasant income up 42.9 percent for third quarter

MBJ Staff Tupelo-based Renasant Corp. announced net income for the third quarter of 2016 was $23.2 million, or earnings per share of 55 cents, an increase of 42.9 percent from $16.2 million, or 40 cents, a year earlier. The bank said on Thursday that its balance sheet and results of operations include the impact of the its acquisition of KeyWorth Bank ...

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Renasant reports record quarterly earnings

Renasant Corp. announced on Tuesday record earnings for the second quarter, $22.9 million, or 54 cents per share, compared with $15.4 million, or 48 cents per share a year earlier. The Tupelo-based bank’s operations for the quarter that ended June 30 reflect the acquisition of KeyWorth Bank in Georgia, which was completed on April 1, according to news release. Along ...

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Regions, Trustmark in annual rivalry for Mississippi’s deposits

By TED CARTER Nearly one out of every three Mississippians park their money at either Regions Bank or Trustmark National Bank, a trend that goes back more than 10 years, FDIC figures show. Together, the two banks accounted for about $14 billion of the state’s total bank deposits of $49.6 billion from June 30, 2014 through June 30 of this year. ...

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