First Horizon Bank Announces New Dallas-Fort Worth Market President

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First Horizon is acknowledged as one of the country’s top corporate employers by Fortune and Forbes magazines, in addition to being named among the top 10 U.S. banks. It provides services in commercial banking, private and consumer banking, business accounts, wealth management, and a variety of other financial services. The organization is a top-tier regional direct financial services company committed to strengthening the quality of life for its associates, customers, shareholders, and communities.

Key Coker has been named the new president of the Dallas and Fort Worth markets and will lead the banking team. He is responsible for the company’s growth and expansion plans for the Dallas and Fort Worth markets. During his long and distinguished career, he has built and led numerous finance teams across various verticals for leading international and U.S. banks. Mr. Coker is a results-oriented Dallas business leader with over 35 years of banking experience, most recently serving as CEO of BBVA in Dallas.

Mr. Coker explained to 69 News WFMZ, “I’m thrilled to be joining IBERIABANK/First Horizon during this exciting time in the Company’s history,” said Coker. “I was attracted by the opportunities created by the newly combined organization and specifically, their growth strategy and commitment to the Dallas/Fort Worth market.”

Coker graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with an honors Finance Degree. With long-time experience in Dallas, North Texas, and East Texas markets, Coker is an established expert and leader in a wide variety of client segments including Corporate, Middle Market, Global, Business Banking, and Wealth.

Learn more about First Horizon here: http://www.firsthorizon.com/

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