Many of those banks have hundred-year histories and they’re just as attached to their name.

I just choose not to give them free advertising time.” The humorous anecdote was among several topics that Stelling, who added chairman of the board to his job title in 2012, touched on following the annual meeting that itself was fairly brief and to the point.

Among a handful of items, shareholders elected a dozen board directors and approved compensation of its top executives.

Employees should be relocating there in August and September.

“We actually lit the sign on our new building the night before the new stadium opened,” he said.

But don’t expect the man who took the reins of Synovus Financial Corp.

in 2010, becoming its chief executive officer and guiding the regional bank back from recessionary days to sustained profitability, to give an inch to its competitor with the naming rights for the sparkling new venue.

(Synovus reports million profit; CEO says bank is ‘energized’) Calling 2016 a “strong” year for the bank that operates in five Southeastern states, Stelling went over the basic numbers that added up to a 6.5 million profit from overall revenues of

in 2010, becoming its chief executive officer and guiding the regional bank back from recessionary days to sustained profitability, to give an inch to its competitor with the naming rights for the sparkling new venue.(Synovus reports $66 million profit; CEO says bank is ‘energized’) Calling 2016 a “strong” year for the bank that operates in five Southeastern states, Stelling went over the basic numbers that added up to a $236.5 million profit from overall revenues of $1.14 billion for the 12 months.The CEO also noted that 2017 has gotten off to a solid start with a $69.3 million first-quarter profit, an earnings report punctuated with Monday’s news that Synovus will play a role in the mega-acquisition of outdoors retailer Cabela’s by its own competitor, Bass Pro Shops.It gave up its state charter in 2010 when Synovus consolidated all of its banks under the Synovus charter but continued to operate as Citizens First.Yes, Kessel Stelling has been to the new Sun Trust Park to watch the Atlanta Braves baseball team play.“That would honor and recognize the past,” Preston said.

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in 2010, becoming its chief executive officer and guiding the regional bank back from recessionary days to sustained profitability, to give an inch to its competitor with the naming rights for the sparkling new venue.

(Synovus reports $66 million profit; CEO says bank is ‘energized’) Calling 2016 a “strong” year for the bank that operates in five Southeastern states, Stelling went over the basic numbers that added up to a $236.5 million profit from overall revenues of $1.14 billion for the 12 months.

The CEO also noted that 2017 has gotten off to a solid start with a $69.3 million first-quarter profit, an earnings report punctuated with Monday’s news that Synovus will play a role in the mega-acquisition of outdoors retailer Cabela’s by its own competitor, Bass Pro Shops.

It gave up its state charter in 2010 when Synovus consolidated all of its banks under the Synovus charter but continued to operate as Citizens First.

Yes, Kessel Stelling has been to the new Sun Trust Park to watch the Atlanta Braves baseball team play.

“That would honor and recognize the past,” Preston said.

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in 2010, becoming its chief executive officer and guiding the regional bank back from recessionary days to sustained profitability, to give an inch to its competitor with the naming rights for the sparkling new venue.

(Synovus reports $66 million profit; CEO says bank is ‘energized’) Calling 2016 a “strong” year for the bank that operates in five Southeastern states, Stelling went over the basic numbers that added up to a $236.5 million profit from overall revenues of $1.14 billion for the 12 months.

The CEO also noted that 2017 has gotten off to a solid start with a $69.3 million first-quarter profit, an earnings report punctuated with Monday’s news that Synovus will play a role in the mega-acquisition of outdoors retailer Cabela’s by its own competitor, Bass Pro Shops.

It gave up its state charter in 2010 when Synovus consolidated all of its banks under the Synovus charter but continued to operate as Citizens First.

.14 billion for the 12 months.

The CEO also noted that 2017 has gotten off to a solid start with a .3 million first-quarter profit, an earnings report punctuated with Monday’s news that Synovus will play a role in the mega-acquisition of outdoors retailer Cabela’s by its own competitor, Bass Pro Shops.

It gave up its state charter in 2010 when Synovus consolidated all of its banks under the Synovus charter but continued to operate as Citizens First.

Yes, Kessel Stelling has been to the new Sun Trust Park to watch the Atlanta Braves baseball team play.

“That would honor and recognize the past,” Preston said.