Published on November 3, 2022 at 12:07 pm
TIAA announced Thursday that it is selling its Jacksonville-based bank to a group of investment funds to focus on its retirement and asset management businesses.
The company said TIAA Bank will remain headquartered in Jacksonville and operate under a new name, which will be announced when the deal closes.
TIAA’s bank has been headquartered in Jacksonville since it acquired EverBank Financial Corp. in 2018. It merged EverBank with TIAA’s smaller bank subsidiary.
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