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28 days ago

Project Manager - BSA/AML Compliance

Regions Birmingham, AL

Shapes/leads organizational efforts translating strategy into results by converting business needs into tangible delivery work Defines, develops and… Ivy Exec


30 days ago

SBA Product Specialist

Regions Houston, TX +2 locations

Educate associates on the benefits of SBA lendingWork external referral sources for new businessDeveloping and managing SBA programs as well as… Ivy Exec


30 days ago

Business Banking Relationship Manager

Regions Raleigh, NC +10 locations

Leads strategic planning activities for developing business plans to meet goals Develop strategies for maintaining and further penetrating existing… Ivy Exec


2 days ago

CORPORATE TAX ACCOUNTANT III – new

Regions Birmingham, AL

Assists with representing the company in tax return audits Tracks, researches, and responds to tax notices received from various state and local tax… Ivy Exec


30 days ago

SBA Product Specialist ( Business Banking )

Regions Memphis, TN

Educate associates on the benefits of SBA lendingWork external referral sources for new businessDeveloping and managing SBA programs as well as… Ivy Exec


28 days ago

Analytic Tool Governance Analyst

Regions Birmingham, AL

Develops analytical methods and models that assess the market, credit and / or operational risks of new and existing financial productsParticipates… Ivy Exec


30 days ago

Project Manager - Business Development

Regions Hoover, AL

Shapes/leads organizational efforts translating strategy into results by converting business needs into tangible delivery workDefines, develops and… Ivy Exec


30 days ago

Community Banking Relationship Manager

Regions East Peoria, IL

Execute strategy with calls, visits, needs assessment, customer qualification and meeting follow-up to maintain, enhance and expand customer… Ivy Exec


30 days ago

Business Banking Sales Manager

Regions Houston, TX

Assist team members with complex account relationships and guide less-experienced members of the teamCall on major small business accounts to develop… Ivy Exec


28 days ago

Commercial Credit Portfolio Manager, Enterprise Valuation Group

Regions Atlanta, GA

Review company and business unit prepared projections for purposes of determining enterprise value (EV)Evaluate general economic trends, as well as… Ivy Exec


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Regions Financial President, CEO, and Director O. B. Grayson Hall Jr.
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    Great place to work if your highly organized and expect to be underpaid.

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    Current Employee - Branch Manager
    Current Employee - Branch Manager

    I have been working at Regions Financial full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    Great work life balance, vacation time, and transferability if you choose to move somewhere else and want to transfer with the company. Health insurance is great as Regions is able to self-fund their health insurance so employees do not have to fear massive increases in premiums. In fact, from 2013-2014, premiums didn't rise at all! Family health insurance premiums are the same for any # of children so if you have 2 or more children, this is a great company to work for. Regions has made a terrific effort in creating opportunities and training for internal advancement. (please see cons of this)

    Cons

    If you are promoted internally, be sure you will be making thousands less than someone hired externally, and not just for a little while, but for years. Most Branch Managers promoted internally start out making in the low to mid 40,000's while those hired externally (which similar or even less experience) typically make in the 50k's from day one. Regions knows they have very competitive benefits and it shows in their salaries. The saying, "there is no such thing as a free lunch" rings true here. Basically, if you just want to earn more money and benefits are not as important you will be better off working for a smaller bank and vice versa. If you need good benefits Regions may be a better fit.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Simplify your business model and stop expanding into something new every year. It is very difficult to extend excellent customer service and be an expert on over one hundred products and processes that are constantly being updated and added to. Also, adjust your goaling on your tellers as not every teller can achieve the same #. Just walk through random branches and you will be able to tell that they all operate differently.

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