Regions Bank

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Regions Bank

 

 

Regions Financial Corporation is a member of the S&P 500 Index and one of the nation’s largest full-service providers of consumer and commercial banking, trust, securities brokerage, mortgage and insurance products and services. Through its subsidiary, Regions Bank provides the backing of a top U.S. financial institution and the local focus of a community hometown bank. This means customers receive the quality services of a financial industry leader in addition to the confidence and convenience of banking with people at a neighborhood company they know. Their company mission reflects what customers say they want from a bank — simple, easy, reliable. While Regions’ financial solutions will help customers get more from their money, it is their purpose to help them get more out of life. As a company that has been around since 1856, Regions knows that banking relationships are founded on trust.

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Stephen B. Stagg, Commercial Bank Executive, West Coast of Florida

Stephen B. Stagg is the Commercial Bank Executive for the West Coast of Florida for Regions Bank, which handles all banking needs for companies, institutions, governmental and nonprofit entities with annual revenues of greater than $20 million. Previously, Stagg was the CFO and a development partner with Harrod Properties, a full-service commercial real estate management and development company headquartered in Tampa. He was also with Florida Bank on two separate occasions; first, as the Executive Vice President and Director of Corporate Development from 2003-2006 and then as President of Florida Bank and Florida Bank Group from July 2009 through November 2010. Stagg’s undergraduate degree is from the University of Florida. He is active in local charity and business organizations, currently serving as a treasurer for the Tampa Bay chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) and a member of the advisory council for USF’s Diabetes Center. He was formerly the Treasurer of the Glazer Children’s Museum.

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Investors

Regions Bank

 

 

Regions Financial Corporation is a member of the S&P 500 Index and one of the nation’s largest full-service providers of consumer and commercial banking, trust, securities brokerage, mortgage and insurance products and services. Through its subsidiary, Regions Bank provides the backing of a top U.S. financial institution and the local focus of a community hometown bank. This means customers receive the quality services of a financial industry leader in addition to the confidence and convenience of banking with people at a neighborhood company they know. Their company mission reflects what customers say they want from a bank — simple, easy, reliable. While Regions’ financial solutions will help customers get more from their money, it is their purpose to help them get more out of life. As a company that has been around since 1856, Regions knows that banking relationships are founded on trust.

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Stephen B. Stagg, Commercial Bank Executive, West Coast of Florida

Stephen B. Stagg is the Commercial Bank Executive for the West Coast of Florida for Regions Bank, which handles all banking needs for companies, institutions, governmental and nonprofit entities with annual revenues of greater than $20 million. Previously, Stagg was the CFO and a development partner with Harrod Properties, a full-service commercial real estate management and development company headquartered in Tampa. He was also with Florida Bank on two separate occasions; first, as the Executive Vice President and Director of Corporate Development from 2003-2006 and then as President of Florida Bank and Florida Bank Group from July 2009 through November 2010. Stagg’s undergraduate degree is from the University of Florida. He is active in local charity and business organizations, currently serving as a treasurer for the Tampa Bay chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) and a member of the advisory council for USF’s Diabetes Center. He was formerly the Treasurer of the Glazer Children’s Museum.

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