Stock Tumble at Bank OZK Attracts Lawsuits This article is available only in print.

Stock Tumble at Bank OZK Attracts Lawsuits

Bank OZK's growing recognition as a lead player on the national commercial lending scene contributed to a burgeoning audience of investors. And that success also heightened the bank's profile as a potential target of lawyers seeking to cash in on a class-action lawsuit on behalf of supposedly wronged investors.
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Fake Will Forger Refutes Argument of 'Sophisticated' Scheme

Fake Will Forger Refutes Argument of 'Sophisticated' Scheme This article is available only in print.

Donna Herring, the former Camden real estate agent who orchestrated the infamous fake will case, is continuing to argue that she deserves the least amount of prison time possible.
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Who Owns Dispensaries? Documents Show Who'll Sell Medical Cannabis

Who Owns Dispensaries? Documents Show Who'll Sell Medical Cannabis

A complete list of who owns the companies in line to get licenses to operate the 32 medical marijuana dispensary sites approved by state regulators.
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The List Largest Mortgage Lenders

The Largest Mortgage Lenders, ranked by total value of Arkansas mortgages originated in 2018. Contains percent change from 2017, number originated, average origination value, number of locations, dollar amount of mortgages serviced, number serviced, top mortgage executive and contact information.

Rank Name City Number of Mortgage Bankers in Arkansas
1 Arvest Bank Lowell 80
2 Centennial Bank Conway 32
3 Iberiabank Mortgage Little Rock 16
4 Simmons Bank Pine Bluff 11
5 Bank of Little Rock Mortgage Corp. Little Rock 18

Executive Q&A

Lynn Wright of Regions on Keeping Loan Growth Within Reach

Lynn Wright, the Little Rock market executive for Regions Bank, says that even with technology, banking is still a “people business.”