DALLAS, Texas – June 27, 2018 – Regions Bank on Wednesday announced Brad Campbell, Dallas-based Commercial Banking Leader for the company, will now also serve as Dallas Market Executive for the bank. Further, Scott Jones, longtime City President for Regions in the area, will now serve as Fort Worth Market Executive, focusing on the western half of the Metroplex.
Campbell and Jones will be part of a leadership team of Regions bankers who consistently leverage their local experience and market insights to expand Regions’ client base throughout Dallas, Fort Worth and surrounding communities.
As Market Executives, Campbell and Jones will work with colleagues and community members to identify opportunities for the bank and its associates to make a meaningful difference in response to local needs. Through volunteer service, nonprofit support, delivering financial education, and more, Campbell, Jones and Regions’ entire leadership team will consistently reflect the company’s commitment to meeting clients’ needs and supporting the surrounding areas.
“Regions Bank is focused on working closely with local customers and listening to the needs of our communities as we deliver financial services and community support that are designed to make a valuable difference in Dallas, Fort Worth and beyond,” said Grayson Hall, Regions Chairman and CEO. “Brad’s and Scott’s expertise, combined with the experience of our entire Dallas and Fort Worth leadership teams, will help Regions further strengthen its focus on this vibrant area. We are committed to the success of our communities and to consistently developing new ways to serve.”
Campbell has over 10 years of North Texas banking and leadership experience with Regions, having spent over half of his banking career with the company. He joined Regions in February 2008. Earlier, he served in commercial banking roles for First Horizon/First Tennessee Bank and SouthTrust Bank. Campbell is a graduate of the University of North Texas.
“Regions is uniquely positioned to offer the comprehensive services of a larger bank while also providing local bankers who are constantly in touch with the needs of individual customers and communities,” Campbell said. “Based on the expertise of our teams, and the resources of our company as a whole, we are able to deliver services that are tailored to meet the needs of the clients we serve. I am honored to help lead the collaboration of our teams, and we are committed to building on Regions’ strong foundation of community engagement.”
Jones also joined Regions in 2008 and served as Dallas-Fort Worth City President. As Regions’ presence in the area has continued to grow over time, Jones, a longtime Tarrant County resident, will now direct his focus on the Tarrant County side of the Metroplex as Market Executive. Jones will also be responsible for building Regions’ new Agriculture Banking group for Texas. Jones has over 30 years of Metroplex banking experience. He previously held leadership positions with First Horizon/First Tennessee and SouthTrust. He began his career with Interfirst Bank, followed by positions with the Bank of North Texas and BankOne.
“While Regions has strategically grown its presence across the Metroplex over the last several years, we have placed a premium on connecting our clients with longtime, experienced local bankers who know the area and have a passion for superior service,” Jones said. “Our entire leadership team is committed to working collaboratively to expand on our growth and reach more consumers, and more businesses, with the relationship-banking approach that Regions is proud to offer.”
In addition to Campbell and Jones, Regions’ local leadership team includes Rudy Walker, Consumer Banking Manager responsible for Regions’ branch-banking operations across Dallas, Plano, Allen, Garland and surrounding communities. Walker joined Regions in 2003 and has held a variety of consumer-banking management roles in both the Dallas and Memphis, Tennessee, areas. Walker’s banking experience began with Bank of America in 1991.
Also, Jon Crippen serves as Regions’ Consumer Banking Manager overseeing branches throughout Fort Worth, Arlington, Keller, Flower Mound and other cities primarily in the western half of the Metroplex. Crippen joined Regions in 2014 after serving for several years as a District Manager for Chase Bank in Arlington. He previously served in management for Great Western Bank in Omaha, Nebraska. His career started with Commerce Bank in Leavenworth, Kansas, in 1998.
Further, Craig Kennington of Regions Private Wealth Management serves on the bank’s leadership team as Texas Wealth Executive. Based in Dallas, Kennington leads teams throughout the Metroplex, North Texas and East Texas as they work with Regions’ investment clients to help those clients reach long-term financial goals. Kennington and his team specialize in delivering tailored financial advice and experienced market insights. Kennington joined Regions in 2014, bringing over 25 years of financial and investment experience to his current role.
Additionally, Chad Oglesby serves as Private Wealth Area Business Manager for Regions. Oglesby, a member of Kennington’s team, overseeas Private Wealth operations in both Dallas and Fort Worth and guides Regions’ advisors in delivering a holistic approach to investing. He has served Regions clients since 2009 and joined the bank after a successful career with Union Bank, Arvest Bank and additional financial institutions in Arkansas.
Together, each of these leaders will focus on reaching the objectives of Regions360, the bank’s comprehensive approach to meeting customers’ needs.
Through Regions360, the company’s bankers learn the unique goals of each customer and collaborate with colleagues from across Regions’ departments to develop holistic solutions that are customized to meet individual needs.
In addition to serving as Market Executives, Campbell and Jones will remain focused on their commercial banking roles for Dallas and Fort Worth respectively.
About Regions Financial Corporation
Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF), with $123 billion in assets, is a member of the S&P 500 Index and is one of the nation’s largest full-service providers of consumer and commercial banking, wealth management, mortgage, and insurance products and services. Regions serves customers across the South, Midwest and Texas, and through its subsidiary, Regions Bank, operates approximately 1,500 banking offices and 1,900 ATMs. Additional information about Regions and its full line of products and services can be found at www.regions.com.