Chris George Named Senior Vice President And Private Client Relationship Manager At First Horizon

Monday, August 15, 2022
Chris George
Chris George

First Horizon Bank, a member of the First Horizon Corp. family of companies, has named Christopher (Chris) George as senior vice president and private client relationship manager at First Horizon.  A native of Chattanooga, Mr. George comes to First Horizon after serving as a relationship banker before moving into banking leadership at Regions Bank.  Most recently, Mr. George served as a vice president in wealth management before joining the First Horizon team.  

The UTC graduate is licensed in Property, Casualty and Life insurance.  He and his family reside in Soddy Daisy.  He is a supporter of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the American Cancer Society.  In his spare time, he enjoys a myriad of outdoor activities and spending time with his family.

“I am excited to join Tennessee’s largest bank at such a monumental time in its history as it continues to serve new and existing clients," said Mr. George. "In private banking, I have the opportunity to provide an unsurpassed level of service to clients to cover all of their banking, lending and wealth needs.  I’m humbled to work with some of the best leaders and bankers in Chattanooga and look forward to contributing toward First Horizon’s further growth."

Chattanooga Market President Jay Dale said, “Chris George joins our team with the unique capabilities, customer service experiences and commitment that are part and parcel of our private client relationship banking.  Because he knows the expectations for these clients, his goal is to exceed them which is shared by all of us at First Horizon.  We’re excited to welcome Chris to our team.”  



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