The SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Company, also known as SunTrust Banks Incorporated, is a bank holding company in the United States. As of March 31, 2018, it had $199 billion in assets. It was first established in Atlanta, Georgia, where the headquarters are to this day. SunTrust has more than 1400 bank branches across the United States including 11 southeastern states and Washington DC. At last count in 2016, SunTrust had more than 24,000 employees. Many of the employment opportunities available with SunTrust are bank teller positions working in one of the 1400 retail locations in the South. There are bank manager, security, loan officer, and other positions available as well.
SunTrust began as the trust Company of Georgia on September 21, 1891. The bank was granted a charter by the Georgia General Assembly as the Commercial Traveler Savings Bank. John M Greene and Joel Hurt were the primary founders along with a list of people that included H. L. Atwater, W. A. Hansell, T. J. Hightower, J. G. Oglesby, J. D. Turner, John B. Daniel, Joseph Hirsch, Leon Lieberman, Louis Wellhouse, A. J. McBride, D. O. Dougherty, W. A. Gregg, W. W. Draper, A. C. Hook, W. T. Ashford, George W. Brooke, C. I. Branan, and C. D. Montgomery. The earliest recognizable predecessor to the bank was the People's National Bank founded in 1911. Products include commercial and business banking, consumer banking, corporate and investment banking, mortgages, consumer lending, and commercial real estate.
SunTrust Bank does not have an international presence, but they do have 1400 bank branches and nearly 2200 ATMs stretching across 11 southeastern states as well as in Washington DC. They are a publicly traded company that reported $8.7 billion in revenue the 2017 fiscal year with $18.51 in reported revenue per share.
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