PNFP In The News

PNFP In The News

Pinnacle commits to Housing Fund program


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.

Pinnacle Knoxville Reaches $500 Million in Assets


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 expands in tough climate


Pinnacle Financial Partners has built a $500 million bank in Knoxville during a brutal recession - but it's not done yet.

Focus on clients in good, bad times to build loyalty


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.

Inherit the Windfall


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.

New $50 Million Energy Efficiency Loan Program Created to Help Tennessee Business Reduce Costs


Pinnacle participates in an innovative economic development program that will offer financial incentives to Tennessee businesses.

Best Large Employers in Tennessee 2010


BusinessTN's annual program designed to honor the companies in Tennessee that show a dedication to employee growth, development and quality of life was recently published.

Tennessee Rural Opportunity Fund wins national award


The $10 million Tennessee Rural Opportunity Fund, which provides loans to small businesses in rural areas, has been awarded the 2010 National Community Reinvestment Award from the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council. Pinnacle was among the recipients.

Pinnacle bank is largest project yet in Brentwood's Town Center


With plenty of hardwood, colorful artwork on the walls and even a signature "water wall" in the lobby, Pinnacle Financial Partners has started serving customers in Town Center this month.