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Chris Hegi

Murphy Oil Corp. headquarters in El Dorado.
Banking & Finance / Construction / Public Companies / Real Estate

First Financial Bank Buys Former Murphy Oil Headquarters

The bank is moving operations to the building, which had been listed at $15 million. read more >
Trey Berry, president of Southern Arkansas University, donors, Board of Trustee members and administrators conclude a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the First Financial Bank Poultry Education Facility with an “egg cracking."
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Education

SAU Cuts Ribbon on New Poultry Education Facility

Southern Arkansas University celebrates the opening of its First Financial Bank Poultry Education Facility on the north side of its Agriculture Center. read more >
Chris Hegi, CEO of First Financial Bank of El Dorado
Banking & Finance / Investments

First Financial Bank, Farmers Bank & Trust Close Acquisitions

A pair of south Arkansas bank companies completed acquisitions this month. read more >
Chris Hegi, CEO of First Financial Bank of El Dorado
Banking & Finance

First Financial Bank of El Dorado to Acquire First National Bank of Wynne

First Financial Bank of El Dorado announced Thursday that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire First National Bank of Wynne, which has branches in Cherry Valley, Forrest City, Harrisburg, McCrory and Wynne. read more >
Banking & Finance / Investments / Public Companies

Arvest, Bear State Get Approval for $391M Deal

Arvest Bank of Fayetteville is closer to completing its $391 million all-cash acquisition of Bear State Bank of Little Rock, the two companies announced Monday. read more >
Chris Hegi, CEO of First Financial Bank of El Dorado
Banking & Finance / Business Services / Insurance

First Financial CEO Chris Hegi’s Golden Rule for Serving El Dorado

In 2015, Chris Hegi was named CEO of First Financial Bank of El Dorado, now a $919 million-asset lender. read more >
Banking & Finance / Business Services

First Financial Bank Branching Out to Little Rock

El Dorado’s First Financial Bank is no stranger to the Little Rock market. The $901 million-asset lender has operated a mortgage production office in the capital city since 1984. read more >