BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Regions Bank today announced that M. List Underwood Jr., head of Investor Relations, will retire from Regions at the end of January after a 23-year career at the bank and a 43-year career in accounting and finance. Dana Nolan, associate director of Investor Relations since 2010 and a 27-year associate of the bank, will succeed him. “List has guided our communications with the investment community expertly through the years, and has provided wise counsel and astute advice that has helped shape the course of our company. His talent and impact have been recognized by the industry, but more importantly he built strong relationships with our institutional and individual shareholders and is recognized as a trusted resource,” said David Turner, Regions’ Chief Financial Officer. “We appreciate List’s dedication and contributions to our company and wish him well.” In 2011 and 2015, Underwood was named the Buy Side’s Best Investor Relations Professional for Midcap Banks by Institutional Investor Magazine. Underwood was named head of Investor Relations at AmSouth Bank in 1996, where he previously served as controller and chief accounting officer, and as chief financial officer. He retained the role as head of Investor Relations after AmSouth’s merger with Regions in 2006. Before joining the company in 1993, he served First Tennessee National Corporation in Memphis as controller and then treasurer. Underwood began his banking career at Liberty National Bank in Louisville, Ky. Nolan, prior to assuming her current role in 2010, held a number of positions at the bank including Wholesale Funding and Liquidity Manager and head of Debt and Capital Management, both in the bank’s Treasury Division. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and is a graduate of the Bank Administration Institute’s Graduate School of Bank Financial Management at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. She is a member of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) and a graduate of the Momentum Leadership Program.
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