Trustmark Bank

Trustmark’s history of meeting its customer’ financial needs extends back to 1889. Through the years, Trustmark has broadened its customer base by expanding the markets it serves as well as the products and services it provides.  After building a statewide banking system in Mississippi, Trustmark entered the insurance industry in 1999.  In 2001, Trustmark expanded into the Tennessee market and then entered the Florida and Texas markets in 2003 and 2004, respectively.  Trustmark Corporation, with $8.4 billion in assets, is a diversified financial services company. We provide banking, wealth management, and insurance solutions through our subsidiaries including Trustmark National Bank, Trustmark Securities Risk Management, Inc., Trustmark Investment Advisors, Inc., and The Bottrell Insurance Agency, Inc., and Fisher-Brown, Inc. With locations in Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas, we have over 2,600 associates working to achieve outstanding customer satisfaction by understanding our customers’ businesses and needs and providing appropriate financial solutions.

We believe building strong customer relationships is the result of knowing our customers, understanding their businesses and needs and providing appropriate financial solutions.  We realize the inherent trust you place in your financial institution, and we look forward to the opportunity to prove to you the value behind our name.  Trustmark is “People you Trust.  Advice that Works.”

Vision
Our vision is to be a premier financial services company in our marketplace.

Mission
Our mission is to achieve outstanding customer satisfaction by providing banking, wealth management and insurance solutions through superior sales and service, utilizing excellent people, teamwork, and diversity, while meeting our corporate financial goals.

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