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Working at Cadence Bank
Building strong relationships
You’re part of a very special team, one that sees customers as individuals who we get to know; colleagues as partners who support one another; and the communities we invest in as our home.
Focused on your goals
We’re committed to making Cadence a rewarding place to work and build a career. A place where your contributions are valued and where you can make a real difference.
Empowered to help
We embrace fresh thinking, different opinions, creativity and flexibility. We give you the training and guidance you need to make smart, informed decisions in the best interest of our customers and ourselves—and the freedom to execute.
Keeping pace with you
We develop skilled professionals by providing the insights and training that enable you to advance and grow in your career. That’s what enables us to recruit and retain the best.
Who We Are
The new Cadence Bank represents much more than a merger of two financial institutions. Our new company is built on what makes the combined organization a financial services partner with a genuine difference. That difference can be seen in how we work with customers—and with one another—to help the people, companies and communities we serve prosper.
Our two legacy organizations, BancorpSouth Bank and Cadence Bank, were established leaders with complementary strengths and advantages. Bringing them together brought out the best of both for the benefit of our customers and for the professionals who work here.
Relationships. Focus. Empowerment. Keeping pace with customers throughout their financial journey. This is the new Cadence Bank.
Cadence Bank is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, genetic information or any other status protected under applicable local, state or federal nondiscrimination laws.