- May 16, 2017
Longtime Florida banker Marty Lanahan has been named regional president for the north, south and central Florida regions for Iberiabank-First Horizon.
In her new role for the bank, which merged with each other in July 2020, Lanahan leads a team of executives and oversees business development across several of Florida’s largest markets, according to a statement. That includes Tampa, Fort Myers and Naples, in addition to Jacksonville and Orlando. Lanahan was most recently executive vice president and Tampa Bay market president of Iberiabank, having joined the company after 18 years of service at Regions Bank.
“Marty has been a tremendous contributor to the success of Iberiabank since she joined us in 2019,” says Michael Brown, President, Regional Banking for First Horizon, in the statement. “Marty has a proven track record in Florida as a business and community steward. Throughout her banking career, she has built diverse teams and driven business results. In her new role, she brings momentum and expertise to guide our banking division to its next successful chapter.”
Lanahan, over 30 years in banking, has received several awards and accolades for her business career, including being inducted into the First Coast Business Hall of Fame in Jacksonville. Statewide, she was chair of the Florida Transportation Commission and served on Attorney General Ashley Moody’s Transition Advisory Committee in 2018.
“l’m looking forward to expanding our bank’s strong history of serving clients in these important Florida markets,” said Lanahan. “In addition to helping our clients reach their financial goals, we are also dedicated to contributing to the growth and prosperity of the communities we call home. By building great client relationships and investing in key civic and philanthropic endeavors, we aim to create positive change within our markets.”
Iberiabank and First Horizon announced a merger in November 2019 and in the deal closed in July. Iberiabank is now a division of First Horizon which has $82 billion in assets.