July 27, 2016 7:38 PM ET


Company Overview of Synovus Bank

Company Overview

Synovus Bank provides banking products and services. It offers corporate banking services, such as business banking, financing, employee benefit programs, international services, and government banking; and personal banking services, which include checking, savings and money markets, loans, ATM banking, check cashing and Western Union services, and safe deposit boxes. The company also provides military banking services, such as checking, savings, treasury management, and money market accounts; and business banking services, which include loans, lines of credit, and SBA, as well as business library, merchant services, employee benefit programs, and fraud defense services. In addition, it offe...

1148 Broadway

Columbus, GA 31901

United States

Founded in 1888





Key Executives for Synovus Bank

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 45
Chief Operations Officer
Age: 61
Regional Chief Executive Officer, Chief Executive Officer of Bank of Nashville and President of Bank of Nashville
Chief Executive Officer of Sea Island Bank and President of Sea Island Bank
Chief Executive Officer of Synovus Bank of Florida and President of Synovus Bank of Florida
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Synovus Bank Key Developments

Synovus Bank Presents at NIC 2016 Spring Investment Forum, Mar-09-2016 through Mar-11-2016

Synovus Bank Presents at NIC 2016 Spring Investment Forum, Mar-09-2016 through Mar-11-2016. Venue: Omni Dallas Hotel, Dallas, Texas, United States. Presentation Date & Speakers: Mar-09-2016, William Shine, Senior Director. Mar-10-2016, James C. Thompson, Senior Director.

Synovus Bank Announces Earnings Results for the First Quarter of 2015

Synovus Bank announced earnings results for the first quarter of 2015. For the quarter, the company announced profit of $51,404,000 an increase of 12.1% a year ago. Revenue was $269,117,000, an decrease of 0.6% a year ago.

Synovus Bank Appoints G. Matthew Matt Brown as Chief Executive Officer of Tallahassee State Bank

Synovus Bank announced the selection of G. Matthew 'Matt' Brown as Chief Executive Officer of Tallahassee State Bank, a division of Synovus Bank. Brown has almost 40 years of banking experience, most recently serving as Market President of Centennial Bank in Tallahassee. He previously served as Chief Executive Officer of Premier Bank, also in Tallahassee.

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