Talk:First Horizon National Corporation
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I'm not certain that both First Horizon and First Tennessee Bank both need articles. I'm of the opinion that the latter article should be merged into this one and be made to redirect here. Maybe i'm simply misunderstanding the corporate structure of these companies, but it seems they are basically the same. - Jersyko talk 01:22, August 1, 2005 (UTC)
- No, it was already split from First Tennessee Bank. FTB is a subsidiary of FHNC. Zpb52 01:57, August 1, 2005 (UTC)
- On a related issue: The article implies that FTN Financial is a subsidiary of First Horizon, as though it were "sibling" to First National Bank. It also contains overt promotional language copied/pasted straight from the companies' web sites. According to First Tennessee Bank's web site (check the fine print at the bottom of this page) FTN Financial is a subsidiary of First Tennessee Bank and not a direct subsidiary of First Horizon. Admittedly, It is often described as though it were a direct subsidiary. First Horizon's corporate site's About Us page markets the Bank, FTN and FTB Advisors as three different companies, but FTN Financial's web site describes itself as a subsidiary of First Tennessee Bank, and FTB's site explains that it is a collection of wealth-management "products" offered by First Tennessee Bank. FTB isn't presented as a subsidiary in this article, but it helps to illustrate FTN Financial's real status. It's a long-established and well-known department of the Bank, so its status level or gravitas falls somewhere between that of the Bank and the "product". TomsYourUncle (talk) 21:16, 20 March 2014 (UTC)
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