First Horizon National Corporation
|Traded as||NYSE: FHN
S&P 400 Component
|Headquarters||Memphis, Tennessee, U.S|
|Bryan Jordan, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
Kim Cherry, Executive Vice President of Corporate Communications
John Daniel, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Steve Hawkins, Executive Vice President, Corporate Banking
David Miller, Executive Vice President, Consumer Banking
David Popwell, President, Chief Operating Officer
Michael E. Kisber, President, FTN Financial
Cash Management Services
Number of employees
First Horizon National Corporation is a bank holding company based in Memphis, Tennessee, United States, with $30 billion in assets. It is the parent company of First Tennessee Bank, FTN Financial, FTB Advisors, Inc., and a host of other insurance and financial services companies.
- First Tennessee (regional bank)
- FTB Advisors, Inc. (wealth management services)
- FTN Financial (fixed income sales and trading services for institutional clients)
First Tennessee banking services are available to individual consumers as well as businesses of all sizes. Combined, the bank’s customer base represents the largest deposit share in four of Tennessee’s five major metropolitan areas. First Tennessee has one of the highest customer retention rates of any bank in the country.
FTB Advisors, Inc.
First Tennessee offers its customers a wide range of wealth management services through its affiliate, FTB Advisors, Inc. FTB Advisors was launched as the primary name for First Tennessee’s Wealth Management division in 2013, but the company has been supporting the sophisticated financial needs of affluent customers for much of its history. The company’s services include guidance focused on investments, retirement, insurance, trusts, financial planning, and estate planning.
FTN Financial is an industry leader in fixed income sales, trading, and strategies for institutional customers in the U.S. and abroad. FTN Financial also provides investment services and balance sheet management solutions. With an average daily trading volume of over $5 billion, FTN transacts business with approximately one-half of all domestic depository institutions with portfolios larger than $100 million
On May 4, Capital Bank Financial said it agreed to a $2.2 billion purchase by First Horizon. Once the deal is completed, First Horizon will have $40 billion in assets, and the Capital Bank name will continue to be used outside Tennessee.
- Richard Craver (4 May 2017). "Capital Bank agrees to be sold for $2.2 billion to First Horizon". Winston-Salem Journal. Retrieved 4 May 2017.