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Mississippi bank promotes executive to Florida regional presidency

Frank Hall will lead Cadence Bank’s operations along most of Florida’s Gulf Coast.


  • By Brian Hartz
  • | 3:00 p.m. February 21, 2023
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Frank Hall has been tapped to serve as regional president of community banking at Cadence Bank.
Frank Hall has been tapped to serve as regional president of community banking at Cadence Bank.
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Frank Hall has been tapped to serve as regional president of community banking at Cadence Bank (NYSE: CADE), succeeding the recently retired Andrew Stein in the role.

According to a news release, Hall, a 34-year veteran of the banking industry, will oversee all banking locations from Pensacola to Sarasota. He most recently served as division president of Cadence Bank’s Northwest Florida division.

“This has been a seamless transition for Frank,” states Brian Walhood, president of community banking at Cadence Bank, in the release. “He is a proven leader with a positive attitude who provides tremendous support to our communities and brings vast banking knowledge to our Florida teams, making him a perfect fit for our client-focused culture.”

In addition to his professional duties, the release states, Hall serves as a trustee for the Florida State University Foundation and Gulf Coast State College, and he is a board member at the Port Authority of Panama City.

“We have a fantastic group in Florida, and I'm honored to lead our hard-working teams in these crucial markets,” Hall states in the release. “I look forward to building on the tremendous strengths that leadership has instilled in servicing our loyal customers and delivering best-in-class experiences and innovative products and services.”

Headquartered in Tupelo, Mississippi, Cadence Bank has approximately $50 billion in assets and approximately 400 branch locations across the South and Texas.

 

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Brian Hartz

Brian Hartz holds a master’s degree in journalism from Indiana University and has been a St. Petersburg resident since 2013. He has also worked for newspapers and magazines in Indiana, Canada and New Zealand.

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