PNFP In The News
The Wall Street Journal focused on Nashville for this story about business lending and national banks entering unfamiliar markets.
As president and CEO of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Terry Turner leads Nashville’s largest locally based lender. Read his Q&A with the Nashville Business Journal.
FOX17 anchor Stacy Case interviewed Pinnacle's Brentwood area manager Brad Dunn about how researching banks can help you save money on fees.
A poll on the Nashville Business Journal's website asked readers which local bank is shaping up to be the biggest threat to the area's regional giants. Pinnacle came out on top.
The Nashville Business Journal profiled 5 community banks worth watching. Find out why they dubbed Pinnacle "leader of the pack."
Pinnacle posted a second-quarter profit of almost $7.8 million, a jump of 60 percent from a year ago. Read more of NashvillePost's earnings report.
Pinnacle reported net income available to common shareholders of $7.8 million for the second quarter of 2012 as the bank continued its surge forward from the downturn. Read more of the Nashville Business Journal's earnings coverage.
Pinnacle's president and CEO thinks there's room in the broad banking market for a few other locals to grow on Pinnacle's scale.
Nashville's News 2 spoke with Wealth Manager Gary Collier with Pinnacle Asset Management in Nashville to see if Facebook stock is something investors should buy early.
A SmartMoney magazine columnist interviewed Pinnacle financial advisor Amy Charles about red flags that show elderly parents are having trouble managing their finances.