PNFP In The News
Bank of America and other large national banks recently dropped their plans to add a debit-card usage surcharge to most checking accounts. But based on the flood of new customers to local lending institutions, the damage is already done.
Pinnacle's residential mortgage manager, Ross Kinney, wrote a guest column for The Tennessean about why discouraging national headlines don't apply here.
Customers are flocking to Nashville’s largest locally-owned bank to avoid checking and debit fees at other institutions.
Pinnacle Financial Partners has pledged to The Housing Fund that it will fund $6.5 million of mortgages to the group's new Our House program for lower-income and minority families.
When Pinnacle expanded to Knoxville in 2007, the firm’s leaders set an ambitious goal – to become a $500 million operation there by 2012. Pinnacle Knoxville achieved that milestone at the end of second quarter 2011.
Pinnacle Financial Partners has built a $500 million bank in Knoxville during a brutal recession - but it's not done yet.
As the "greatest generation" dies off, leaving their assets to their grown baby-boomer children, what has been called "the largest transfer of wealth in human history" is now in full throttle.
Greenwich Associates, the premier market research firm to the financial services industry, recently found that 97 percent of business owners rated their overall satisfaction with Pinnacle as above average or excellent in 2010.
Pinnacle participates in an innovative economic development program that will offer financial incentives to Tennessee businesses.