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Priority1 Expands Footprint in Downtown Little Rock

The logistics company has added more than 21,000 SF at the Lyon Building. read more >
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Dover Dixon Horne Merges With Wright Lindsey Jennings

The two are combining to become the second largest firm in Arkansas. read more >
George Makris, CEO of Simmons First National Corp., stands atop the state's tallest building, the Simmons Tower, in 2015.
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Simmons Bank Shouting Name From Rooftops

Verizon Arena in North Little Rock officially became Simmons Bank Arena on Oct. 3, marking the latest effort by the Pine Bluff bank to build brand visibility in central Arkansas. read more >
Steve Massanelli, executive vice president and chief administrative officer for Simmons First National Corp. talks about the new office in downtown Little Rock.
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Simmons Bank Staff Takes Over Acxiom’s Former HQLock Icon

A year after investing $25 million for a piece of downtown Little Rock, Simmons Bank continues to sort through details to make the former Acxiom headquarters its own. read more >
George Makris Jr., CEO of Simmons First National Corp. of Pine Bluff, led a series of acquisitions that transformed the company, increasing assets from $3.5 billion to $7.6 billion in just two years. Assets now stand at $8.57 billion.
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The Influencers: George Makris of Simmons First National Corp.Lock Icon

Simmons First National Corp. CEO George Makris still doesn’t consider himself much of a banker, but he’s a fast learner. read more >
Simmons Bank of Pine Bluff bought the 12-story Acxiom Building in downtown Little Rock. Acxiom is using capital from the $25 million sale to upgrade its 40-year-old campus in Conway.
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Simmons First Eyes Downtown Acxiom Building in Little Rock

If Simmons First National Corp. moves forward with an acquisition, it would facilitate the consolidation of about 200 staffers scattered around town. read more >