Regions Bank announces leadership appointments, including former St. Pete market executive

Regions Bank has appointed two key leaders who will guide the company’s services for consumers and businesses throughout Mobile, Alabama and along the Gulf Coast of Florida.

Bruner Binion will serve as Regions’ new market executive for Mobile, and surrounding communities, and Tina Gilmore was promoted to serve as consumer banking executive for the bank’s Greater Gulf Coast region.

Bruner Binion

“Mobile and South Alabama exemplify the kind of growth taking place throughout our Gulf Coast markets,” said John Turner, president and chief executive officer of Regions.

As market executive, Binion, a 15-year Regions veteran, will manage the bank’s comprehensive Regions360 approach to identifying and meeting customers’ banking needs while continuing his role as Commercial Banking leader. He will also oversee Regions’ strategy for community engagement, in the Mobile Bay area.

Tina Gilmore

Gilmore brings 32 years of experience to her role as consumer banking executive for the Greater Gulf Coast region. She began her career in St. Petersburg, as a bank teller, and has risen through increasing levels of consumer banking responsibility. Most recently, Gilmore served as market executive for Regions in St. Petersburg and Clearwater.

Regions Bank appointed Tricia Johnson as the company’s market executive for St. Petersburg, Clearwater and surrounding communities, in December of 2023.

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