The bank is publicly owned by SunTrust Banks, Inc., and is well known for banking and financial services. The bank shares the experience of 127 years in this business and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. They are present nationwide serving mostly in Southeastern United States with 1,400 branches and 2,160 ATMs. According to the financial report of 2013, they have generated the revenue of US$8.2 billion and have employees above 24,000 whereas according to the recent report on March, 2018 they have accumulated US$199 billion in assets.
When it got started?
In 1891, the Trust Company of Georgia got started by its founders; John M. Green, H.L. Atwater, T.J. Hightower, Joel Hurt, J.G. Oglesby, J.D. Turner, W.A. Hansell, Leon Lieberman, John B. Daniel, Louis Wellhouse, Joseph Hirsch, D.O. Dougherty, W.W. Draper, W.T. Ashford, C.I. Branan, C.D. Montgomery, George W. Brooke, W.A. Gregg, A.J. McBride and A.C. Hook. Later the bank was founded in 1911 as the People’s National Bank which then merged with Orlando bank to form Sun Banks. In 1985 they again went for merger with Trust Company to form SunTrust Bank. Now the bank is conducting and operating business units in consumer banking, private wealth management, wholesale banking and mortgage.
What makes them popular?
The bank has played quite a significant role in Americans life to achieve their financial goals. They are always ready to meet customer’s wealth management with resources that helps to achieve that aim. As nation’s largest and strongest financial service company, they offer a full suite of products and services specially designed to meet the needs of customers business, corporate and institutional clients.
Aside from all they also offer you legal, tax, accounting, financial or investment professionals based on your need to get help in specific field anytime as they are well aware about the financial stress is prevalent in America, across all income levels. They have also launched onUp Movement that is stepping forward to bring in confidence for people in financial stress.
The bank recently announced for closing down its five West Virginia branches all present in Kroger stores in 2018.