SunTrust Broker Opens in Tenn.

September 2002
American Banker;9/26/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 185, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that Alexander Key Investments, a retail brokerage unit of SunTrust Banks Inc., has opened an office in Nashville, Tennessee. Services offered by the unit; Staff selected for the office; Plans of the company to open offices in other cities.


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