Management Associate Program

Program Overview

As a Management Associate, you will select a predetermined career path and enter into a three-phased program beginning at the corporate headquarters in Birmingham, Ala. The Management Associate program provides invaluable guidance and perspective from Regions' senior management, which will play a vital role in your career development. The investment of time and resources by senior leadership displays their commitment to developing Region’s future leaders.

The program begins with six weeks in Birmingham, Ala. During this phase, you will receive exposure to Regions’ unique corporate culture and relationship philosophy. Phase one gives you exposure to all facets of the bank and truly grows your knowledge of Regions as a whole. Your development will be delivered through:

  • Hands-on experience
  • Networking opportunities
  • Shadowing and tours
  • Classroom training
  • Community involvement
  • Mentorship
  • Exposure to Senior Executives
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After completion of the six weeks in Birmingham, you will transition into Phase two and typically report to your hired business group in your particular geography. However, a few select positions will have additional training in Birmingham before relocating to your geography. The structure of phase two varies, but generally consists of role-specific skill development, cross-functional projects, and shadowing or rotations. The length of phase two can range from 15 weeks to two years.

After reaching the three or four year mark in your career with Regions, Management Associate Graduates will receive career management guidance, including development feedback. There is also potential for emerging developmental opportunities identified by MA leadership.

  • The Management Associate Institutional Relationship Consultant (MA IRC) manages client administration, retention and sales support for a book of Institutional Trust relationships. Read more.
  • The Management Associate Business Banking Relationship Assistant (MA BBRA) supports the Business Banking Relationship Manager by managing and retaining existing relationships, as well as generating new business. Read more.
  • The Management Associate Branch Team Leader (MA BTL) provides support to the Branch Manager, drives performance goals, and helps to manage daily branch operations. Read more.
  • The Management Associate Capital Markets Analyst (MA CMA) supports Regions Capital Markets to provide products and services to meet the needs of Corporate, Commercial, and Real Estate clients throughout the bank. Read more.
  • The Management Associate Corporate Banking Analyst (MA CBA) serves as the primary analytical support for senior bankers in the origination and execution of traditional corporate banking products and services. Read more.
  • The Management Associate Corporate Finance Analyst (MA CFA) will develop foundational knowledge of the functional areas within Finance, such as financial planning and analysis, treasury analytics, portfolio management, and more! Read more.
  • The Management Associate Credit Underwriting (MA CU) track includes portfolio management underwriting, credit strategy and solutions, as well as a knowledge base of company guidelines for credit and risk management. Read more.
  • The Management Associate Human Resources Representative (MA HR) administers a variety of human resources activities and programs, including those related to staffing, compensation, benefits, and associate relations. Read more.
  • The Management Associate Regions Equipment Finance Relationship Associate (MA REF) assists clients with financial solutions to secure equipment to meet their long-term business needs. Read more.
  • The Management Associate Regions Business Capital Underwriting Analyst (MA RBC) supports the relationship management and origination efforts of Regions Business Capital. Read more.
  • The Management Associate Specialized Industries Analyst (MA SIA) will provide support for general advisory assignments and research/analytical support for senior bankers in both the origination and execution of traditional corporate banking products and services. Read more.
  • The Management Associate Treasury Management Analyst (MA TMA) provides administrative support to the Treasury Management Relationship Officer while assisting in the sales effort, implementing new products and services, and handling escalated customer service issues. Read more.


*Vary annually based on hiring manager needs, but historically have included:

  • Atlanta, GA
  • Birmingham, AL
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Dallas, TX
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Jackson, MS
  • Little Rock, AR
  • Miami, FL
  • Nashville, TN
  • New Orleans, LA
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