First Horizon restructures consumer, wholesale banking divisions

By Published: November 03, 2018 10:51 AM CT

First Horizon National Corp. is restructuring the leadership of its wholesale and consumer banking divisions in a move the company says will advance its long-term objectives.

The changes, which are effective immediately, include moving executives Todd Jones and Tammy LoCascio into new roles within the Memphis-based financial services firm, whose divisions include First Tennessee Bank, Capital Bank, FTB Advisors and FTN Financial.

Jones, previously managing director and group head of franchise finance, becomes executive vice president of wholesale banking, a newly created position. LoCascio, executive vice president of consumer banking, takes on an expanded role that includes oversight of mortgage and consumer loan delivery, consumer products and business analytics.

David Popwell, president of banking for First Horizon, said the appointments “reflect the advancements we are driving across our organization.”

“As we continue to successfully execute on our strategic priorities and drive growth, First Horizon is committed to ensuring our leadership and structure advances our objectives,” Popwell said in a statement. “These appointments and realignment streamline decision-making and position the bank to continue delivering operational excellence while enhancing the customer experience.”

Jones, who will report directly to Popwell, will oversee treasury management, commercial real estate, corporate finance, syndications and the specialty lending areas. He’ll also serve as a member of First Horizon’s executive management committee.

Before the announcement, LoCascio oversaw retail, private client, wealth management, small business, mortgage and consumer loan delivery, call centers, consumer products and business analytics. She continues to report to Popwell and serve on the executive management committee.


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Kate Crawford

Kate Crawford

Associate editor Kate Crawford is a native Memphian and third-generation University of Memphis alumna.

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