Regions Financial Corporation was formed by the merger of Regions and AmSouth. The bank has more than a century of service, marked by understanding the needs of its customers, meeting those needs, and building relationships that last a lifetime, more than 130 years of building relationships. The National Bank of Birmingham, later The First National Bank of Birmingham, was founded by Charles Linn. The bank offers various services: Personal services, such as: 1PlanPlus - Participant; Collections; MK Client Access; My Mortgage;My Student Loan; Regions Online Banking; Trust Online and Business services: 1PlanPlus - Sponsor; Commercial Card Services; Express Trade LC; iTreasury; Integrated Payables; Image Lockbox Online; Quick Deposit; Spectrum Card - Employee; Spectrum Card - Employer; Regions ACH Alert; RegionsFX; Regions Online Banking; Regions Online Payroll; Token Management System. The bank's website provides easy access to products, services and resources you can use to answer your financial questions and customize your banking experience. Regions also offers simple and safe new
technologies, like DepositSmart ATMSM, online account opening and improved Online and Mobile Banking.
HQ Address: 1900 5th Avenue North, 35203, Birmingham, AL, USA
Regions Financial Corporation was founded in 1971 as First Alabama Bancshares Inc. Regions Financial Corporation traces its roots back to three Alabama-based banks who became original affiliates of First Alabama Bancshares, Inc., chartered in 1970 as the first multi-bank holding company in the state of Alabama. Those three banks are: the First National Bank of Huntsville, chartered in 1856, the First National Bank of Montgomery, in 1871, and the Exchange Security Bank of Birmingham. The Exchange Bank is an institution organized in Birmingham during the spring of 1928. In 1970, a small group of Alabama bankers and businessmen got together to form the first multi-banking holding company in Alabama. In 1981, the bank established a statewide network of ATMs known as The Right Place banking machines, with one of the most extensive ATM networks in the state. In 1987, Regions became the first bank in Alabama to provide customers with direct access to their account information via a computerized telephone inquiry service. In May 2006, Regions and Birmingham-based AmSouth Bancorporation announced plans to merge and on November 4, 2006, the merger of Regions and AmSouth was completed. As a result, Regions Financial Corporation is now one of the top bank holding companies in the United States.