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Regions names new regional wealth executive of Midwest

From Illinois Business Journal news services

ST. LOUIS – Regions Bank recently announced that Brendan Freeman has been named as the company’s Regional Wealth Executive for Mid-America.

freeman brendanIn his new role, Freeman (left) will oversee Regions Private Wealth Management teams serving clients in nine states, including Illinois. Freeman is based in St. Louis.

Freeman brings over 18 years of banking and leadership experience to his new role. Prior to joining Regions in 2013, Freeman served as the President of Private Banking and Advisory Services at Enterprise Bank and Trust Company for four years. His experience also includes serving as a Senior Vice President and Private Client Advisor for eight years at U.S. Trust, as well as serving as a Wealth Advisor for Strong Capital Management.

Freeman succeeds John Parker, who was recently named as Regions’ head of Institutional Services, which provides Institutional Trust, Corporate Trust, and Endowments and Foundations services.

Freeman received his master’s of business administration at Washington University and his bachelor’s degree in business administration at Marquette University.


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