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A broken regulatory system

By Colin Barrett, President/CEO, Tennessee Bankers Association The drumbeat of financial regulations making its way from Washington to Tennessee continues to get louder. Pick your favorite numbers and letters: 1071, […]

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Q and A with John Seiber

2024-2025 Young Bankers Division Chairman Vice President Peoples Bank of the South Clinton   John Seiber is a vice president at Peoples Bank of the South, where he began his […]

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Policy over politics: The fight for sound banking practices in Tennessee’s latest legislative session

By Amy Heaslet, Executive Vice President/General Counsel, Tennessee Bankers Association With the second session of the 113th General Assembly now in the rearview mirror, I want to thank our members […]

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Young Bankers Division Elects New Leadership

Delegates to the 64th Annual Meeting of the Young Bankers Division of the Tennessee Bankers Association elected new officers and directors on April 16, 2024, in Nashville, Tenn. John Seiber, […]

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Lawmakers’ fast-paced session: Modernizing foreclosure process, elder exploitation, and ESG on the table

By Amy Heaslet, Executive Vice President/General Counsel, Tennessee Bankers Association As the second session of the 113th General Assembly begins in Nashville, I look forward to continuing our work on […]

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From CFPB to CRA: The regulatory battlegrounds shaping the future of banking

By Colin Barrett, President/CEO, Tennessee Bankers Association It is often said that work in Washington halts during election years. While that has been the case in the past, the precedent […]

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Resilient

Headquartered in downtown Memphis on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River, First Horizon has served as a financial institution for generations of Tennesseans since 1864. The company has been […]

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Financial Literacy Week in Tennessee

Billie Jo Parker, Chairman, TBA Young Bankers Division Senior Vice President, Financial Advisor, Pinnacle Financial Partners, Memphis In the ever-evolving financial landscape, the role of bankers in fostering financial literacy […]

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Q&A with David Glasgow

In 2023, David Glasgow was appointed Tennessee District Director for the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Glasgow, with over 30 years of experience, has had a diverse career in economic […]

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Release: TBA Supports Legislative Measures to Protect Consumer Privacy in Mortgage Transactions

Nashville, Tenn., Thursday, December 14 – The Tennessee Bankers Association (TBA) is expressing its full support for Sen. Bill Hagerty’s (R-TN) and Senator Jack Reed’s (D-RI) “Homebuyers Privacy Protection Act” […]

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Navigating the new workforce: Talent acquisition and retention in Tennessee

Stephanie White, Financial Services Senior Manager, Crowe LLP Dana Lori, Financial Services Manager, Crowe LLP A competitive labor market has afforded job seekers an opportunity to redefine job expectations within […]

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New tools, proposed legislation offers hope, aiming to tackle elder financial abuse

Amy Heaslet, Executive Vice President/General Counsel, Tennessee Bankers Association A top concern of bankers these days is fraud—both check and elder fraud—as the frequency and sophistication of these crimes continues […]

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