- News Releases
- Synovus Announces Earnings for the Fourth Quarter
- Synovus Announces Early Results for Tender Offer and Increase in Maximum Tender Amount
- Synovus Announces Quarterly Dividend for Series C Preferred Stock
- Synovus Announces Offer to Purchase up to $100 Million Aggregate Principal
- Synovus to Announce Fourth Quarter 2015 Results on January 19, 2016
- Synovus Announces Quarterly Stock Dividend for Synovus' Common Stock
- Synovus Announces Pricing of $250 Million Subordinated Notes Offering
- Synovus Announces Subordinated Notes Offering
- Synovus Appoints Santosh Kokate as Chief Technology Officer and Amyn Tajani as Chief Digital Officer
- Synovus Family Asset Management Named One of Bloomberg Markets Magazine’s
- Synovus to Present at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Banking and Financial Services Conference
- Synovus Announces Earnings for Third Quarter 2015
- Synovus Announces 2015 Jack Parker Scholarships
- Synovus Announces Earnings for 2Q 2015
|Welcome Sunrise Bank Customers
As you may know, on May 10, 2013, Sunrise Bank was closed, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) transferred Sunrise Bank’s accounts to Synovus Bank, headquartered in Columbus, GA. Synovus Bank operates as twenty-nine banking divisions across the Southeast. Sunrise Bank branches will be operated by local divisions of Synovus Bank: Bank of North Georgia (Atlanta), First State Bank and Trust (Valdosta), and CB&T Bank of Middle Georgia (Jeffersonville).
We know you have questions about what’s going to happen to your account, funds and other deposits, and we want you to know your deposits are safe and remain readily available to you. Your accounts with Synovus Bank are insured to the maximum coverage provided by the FDIC.
Here’s what you need to know:
If you have any questions about this information, please call your branch, which is now being operated by a local division of Synovus Bank:
Over the next few weeks, we will be working diligently to transition your account. We do not expect this transition to cause you an inconvenience, and we appreciate your continued business.
We understand you may have many questions about the assumption of former Sunrise Bank customer deposits. Please click on the links below for more information or visit the FDIC’s website.
Once again, please continue banking as usual. You will be notified prior to any changes to your accounts. We expect to begin moving accounts later this year to our banking system, at which time our full suite of banking products and services will be available to you.
Each and every one of our team members is eager to get to know you and serve all of your banking needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Will my branch remain open and operate with the same hours?