Important Disclosures

Electronic Communications Disclaimers
Municipal Advisor Disclaimer 

Regions Electronic Communications Disclaimers

All emails sent to or from Regions’ corporate email systems are subject to archiving, monitoring and/or review by Regions’ personnel as permitted by applicable law.

The confidentiality of internet email or text messages cannot be guaranteed. For your protection, do not include private or confidential information such as passwords, account numbers, Social Security numbers, or Tax Identification numbers in emails or texts.

Email messages and attachments may contain legally privileged and confidential information intended solely for the use of the intended addressee. If the Reader is not the Sender's intended recipient, the Reader is hereby notified that any reading, dissemination, distribution, copying, or other use of this message or its attachments is strictly prohibited. Any unintended recipient should notify the Sender immediately by telephone or by electronic reply mail and delete the message and all copies and backups thereof.


Municipal Advisor Disclaimer

Regions Bank and its affiliates (“Regions”) are not registered Municipal Advisors and do not provide advice to Municipal Entities or Obligated Persons with respect to Municipal Financial Products or the issuance of municipal securities or engage in the solicitation of Municipal Entities or Obligated Persons for the provision by non-affiliated persons of municipal advisory services and/or investment advisory services.

With respect to a communication to a Municipal Entity or Obligated Person and any related information and materials:

  1. Regions is not recommending an action to a Municipal Entity or Obligated Person;
  2. Regions is not acting as an advisor to a Municipal Entity or Obligated Person and does not owe a fiduciary duty pursuant to Section 15B of the Exchange Act to any Municipal Entity or Obligated Person; and
  3. Regions is acting for its own interests.
Any Municipal Entity or Obligated Person receiving such communication should discuss the information and any material contained therein with any and all internal or external advisors and experts that the Municipal Entity or Obligated Person deems appropriate before acting on the information or material.