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Union Planters History

Since 1869 and with more than $34 billion in assets, Memphis-based Union Planters Corporation was Tennessee's largest bank holding company and was one of the 30 largest in the country.

It operated more than 760 banking offices, concentrated in the core states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, and Texas. The corporation's largest subsidiary and main banking entity was Union Planters, National Association. In addition Union Planters owned Capital Factors, Inc., which offered receivable-based commercial financing, as well as fee-based credit, collection, and management information services.