Capital Bank promotes Landon Davis to Business Banking Relationship Manager

CHARLESTON, S.C., October 29, 2018 – Capital Bank, which recently merged with First Tennessee Bank, is proud to announce that Landon Davis has been promoted to business banking relationship manager, vice president.

Davis will focus on developing and managing the banking relationships of commercial clients to help them achieve their strategic financial goals. Previously, he concentrated on business banking and business lending, including deposit gathering and equipment, real estate and SBA lending.

“Landon has been an integral part of our team for the last five years,” said Jennifer Schuchart, Capital Bank’s market president in Charleston. “His deep understanding of our clients’ needs will serve him well in this new position and we’re excited to see him take on this new role.”

Davis started in the financial services industry in 2010 and joined Capital Bank as the financial center manager for the Mount Pleasant office in 2013. He received a B.A. in economics from Clemson University.

About First Tennessee and Capital Bank
Our First Tennessee and Capital Bank brands have the largest deposit market share in Tennessee, approximately 300 branches across the southeast U.S., and one of the highest customer retention rates of any bank in the country. We have been ranked by American Banker as No. 5 among the Top 10 Most Reputable U.S. Banks. We were founded in 1864 and have the 14th oldest national bank charter in the country. Our FTB Advisors wealth management group has more than 300 financial professionals and provides services to about $30 billion in assets. FTN Financial, with 28 offices across the U.S., is a capital markets industry leader in fixed income sales, trading and strategies for institutional customers in the U.S. and abroad. First Tennessee, Capital Bank, FTB Advisors, and FTN Financial are part of First Horizon National Corp. (NYSE:FHN). We have been recognized as one of the nation's best employers by Working Mother and American Banker magazines and the National Association for Female Executives. More information is available at www.FirstTennessee.com.