Financial Federal Bank Relocates to Renaissance Center

Anna Cox, MBQ: Inside Memphis Business Financial Federal has executed a lease to occupy 27,000 square feet on the first and second floors of the Renaissance Center at 1715 Aaron Brenner Drive. The bank, which specializes in cus...

Memphis mortgage banking 2013: Rising interest rates will change, not dampen market

Rob Robertson, Memphis Business Journal Paraphrasing the immortal words of former NFL head coach Dennis Green: The local mortgage market in 2013 is what they thought it was. Mortgage lenders in Memphis were tempering expect...

Financial Federal getting new digs

Rob Robertson, Memphis Business Journal The $335 million community bank has executed a lease to occupy 27,000 square feet on the first and second floors of the Renaissance Center at 1715 Aaron Brenner Drive. The bank will mo...

Financial Federal moving to Renaissance Center, expanding services

The Commercial Appeal Financial Federal is moving, but the development is more substantial than the 2.5-mile shift from one part of East Memphis to another. The institution, built on its mortgage and business lending, is also ma...

Leases Push Renaissance Center Near Capacity

Amos Maki, The Daily News The Renaissance Center office building in East Memphis should be near capacity early next year, following a series of recent lease signings. Financial Federal signed a lease on Tuesday, Nov. 20, to...

Financial Federal Bank relocates to Aaron Brenner Drive's Renaissance Center

MAJOR OFFICE RELOCATION FOLLOWS SUCCESSFUL INTRODUCTION OF NEW PRODUCTS AND MOBILE BANKING PLATFORMS MEMPHIS, TN – Financial Federal has executed a lease to occupy 27,000 square feet on the first and second floors of t...

The President of Financial Federal Bank on "Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing"

William R. Tayloe, Memphis Business Quarterly's Beyond the Bio Blog: Featured Power Player Our nation's economy is gradually improving, and while far from perfect, it is certainly better than it has been. As a...

Government's role in lending - Ending Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac could increase competition

Rob Robertson and Kent Hoover, Memphis Business Journal On July 24, after a marathon markup session, the House Financial Services Committee approved legislation to wind down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac over five years and rely o...

Financial Federal expands Commercial Banking Division with three new hires

Financial Federal is pleased to announce the addition of three staff members to their growing Commercial Banking division: Benjamin Sutton is Financial Federal’s Assistant Vice President of Commercial Banking.  He was ...

Financial Federal lines up $6.5 million for second phase of Cordova apartments

Andy Ashby, Memphis Business Journal Financial Federal’s commercial/multifamily division has arranged $6.5 million in construction financing through U.S. Bank for the second phase of the Orleans at Walnut Grove apart...