Regions Bank Recognized By Greenwich Associates For Excellence In Wealth Management And Personal Investment Services

Leading consulting firm Greenwich Associates has recognized Regions Bank for providing industry-leading customer service to investment clients through Regions Private Wealth Management.

"We are pleased that our clients and Greenwich Associates continue to recognize Regions' long-term commitment to delivering an exceptional experience," said Kate Danella, head of Regions Private Wealth Management. "Regions wealth advisors take a personalized approach to understanding our clients' objectives and developing customized solutions designed to help them reach their goals. This recognition shows that our approach is resonating with clients as we help them build, protect and preserve their wealth."

Regions was recognized in Greenwich's 2016 Customer Service category among chartered banks with wealth and retail investment services. Out of over 150 wealth-management providers included in the survey, Regions was one of only six firms highlighted by Greenwich for customer service. Greenwich's results were based on 11,000 interviews with business owners and executives from across the country.

With $19.1 billion in assets under administration, Regions Private Wealth Management has experienced strong growth, increasing households, assets and revenues over the last five years. Regions' broader Wealth Management Group, which includes Private Wealth Management, Institutional Services and more, has $91.3 million in assets under administration. Regions established the Wealth Management Group in June 2011, integrating its Trust, Private Banking, Asset Management and Insurance units within a single group.

Separately, Regions was recognized by Greenwich Associates in March 2016 for providing distinguished quality service to small business and middle market clients. Regions received 12 Greenwich Excellence Awards for Small Business and Middle Market Banking. In addition, Regions was awarded two Greenwich Best Brand Awards for Small Business Banking.

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