News Releases

News Releases

Pinnacle is One of Charlotte’s Top Workplaces

10-21-2019

Pinnacle Financial Partners is one of the best places to work in Charlotte, NC. The firm earned the No. 7 spot on a list of Top Workplaces from The Charlotte Observer in the small companies category, which includes businesses with fewer than 150 employees.

Longtime Bank Executive Joe Dillingham Joins Pinnacle

10-21-2019

Joe Dillingham has joined Pinnacle Financial Partners as a financial advisor to grow the firm’s middle market and corporate banking market share. He brings vast experience and acumen gleaned over a 30 year career in commercial banking, including 15 years as a leader at Synovus Bank and Fifth Third Bank.

Banking Leader Sam Belk Joins Pinnacle Financial Partners in Nashville

10-15-2019

Sam Belk, former Wells Fargo executive and veteran banking leader, will join Pinnacle Financial Partners later this year to help the firm build additional capacity for the future. He will serve as a senior lending officer and manage a team of middle-market commercial financial advisors from the firm’s headquarters in downtown Nashville. He will start work on Dec. 2, 2019.

Pinnacle is the Best Place to Work in Memphis Three Years Running

10-15-2019

Pinnacle Financial Partners is still the best place to work in Memphis, according to the Memphis Business Journal. The firm earned the top award for “Best Place to Work” in the “large companies” category of businesses with 150 or more employees. Pinnacle is now a four-time winner over the last five years, having previously taken home the top award in this category in 2018 and in the medium size category in 2017 and 2015.

PNFP Reports Diluted EPS of $1.44, ROAA of 1.62% and ROTCE of 18.28% for 3Q 2019

10-15-2019

Pinnacle reported net income per diluted common share of $1.44 for the quarter ended September 30, 2019, compared to net income per diluted common share of $1.21 for the quarter ended September 30, 2018, an increase of 19.0 percent.

Pinnacle Financial Partners Adds Greg Winkler as a Local Leader for Commercial Banking

09-26-2019

Pinnacle is deepening its leadership team and adding significant middle market commercial experience to its roster in Raleigh, NC, with veteran banker Greg Winkler. Winkler comes with nearly 30 years of experience in business and commercial banking. He most recently served as business banking manager and previously was the market president for Wells Fargo, where he spent nearly his entire career.

Pinnacle Financial Partners Opening New Office in Ooltewah

09-24-2019

Pinnacle Financial Partners is opening a new office in Ooltewah, its third location in Chattanooga. It is expected to open in October at 5544 Little Debbie Parkway, conveniently located near the intersection of I-75 and U.S. Highway 64. Longtime local banker Gary Reese will serve as the office leader, joined by veteran financial advisor Roger Qualey.

Pinnacle is Still the No. 1 Bank in Nashville for Deposits, Moves up to No. 3 in Tennessee

09-17-2019

Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. is still the No. 1 ranked bank in the Nashville (MSA) in terms of deposit volumes, according to June 30, 2019 data from the FDIC. The firm also moved into the No. 3 spot statewide in Tennessee, up from No. 4 in 2018 and overtaking SunTrust for the honor.

Pinnacle Financial Partners Grows Deposits by More than 24% in Chattanooga

09-17-2019

Pinnacle Financial Partners is still the fourth-largest bank in the Chattanooga MSA in terms of deposits, according to new data from the FDIC. During the 12 months ended June 30, 2019, Pinnacle grew local deposits by more than 24 percent to $852 million, adding $166 million in deposits in that period for 8.37 percent of total market share.

Pinnacle Financial Partners is Now the Fourth-Largest Bank in Knoxville by Deposits

09-17-2019

Pinnacle Financial Partners is now the fourth-largest bank in the Knoxville MSA in terms of deposits, according to new data from the FDIC. During the 12 months ended June 30, 2019, Pinnacle grew local deposits by more than 22 percent to $1.67 billion, adding $308.9 million in deposits during that period for 9.44 percent of total market share.

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