First Tennessee Bank Changing Its Name To First Horizon

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

First Tennessee Bank is changing its name to First Horizon effective this fall.

First Horizon National Corporation on Tuesday announced that it will bring together its family of companies under a unified set of brand names and a new logo.

In the fall, Capital Bank, First Tennessee Bank, FTB Advisors, and FTN Financial will become First Horizon Bank, First Horizon Advisors and FHN Financial, respectively.

Officials said, "The unification of First Horizon’s banking, wealth management and fixed income businesses under a common First Horizon brand represents an important step in the company’s transformation strategy, introduced at its 2018 Investor Day.

“We have a 155-year legacy of transforming our business to meet our customers’ needs and responding to changing environments,” said Bryan Jordan, president and CEO of First Horizon. “Aligning our businesses under our First Horizon brand now represents much more than a name change. It represents our renewed brand promise – we understand that our customers have their own financial horizons and can rely on us to deliver on their individual needs and aspirations.”


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