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Here's how First Tennessee's $2.2 billion deal will impact Nashville


Capital Bank's local president, Dave Briggs, has moved into a corporate role for First Tennessee and will oversee the bank's corporate and commercial real estate teams throughout its footprint. He will remain based in Nashville, according to Yochem.


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