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Renasant completes merger with KeyWorth Bank

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This is a news release from Renasant Corporation

Renasant Corporation (NASDAQ: RNST) ("Renasant" or "the Company") today announced that it has completed its merger with KeyWorth Bank ("KeyWorth"), a bank headquartered in Johns Creek, Georgia. The combined Company now has approximately $8.3 billion in total assets with 178 banking, mortgage, wealth management, investment and insurance offices throughout Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and Florida.

As of December 31, 2015, KeyWorth had approximately $408 million in assets, $252 million in loans and $355 million in deposits. The merger adds four banking locations, two loan production offices and a future banking location to be opened during the second quarter of 2016, all in the greater Atlanta metro area.

"I'm proud to announce the completion of our merger with KeyWorth Bank, which greatly enhances our presence in the North Georgia and Atlanta market area. KeyWorth is a high quality commercial bank, with a strong credit culture and an attractive client base that provides us with additional scale and commercial banking expertise in the Atlanta market," said Renasant Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, E. Robinson McGraw. "We are excited that KeyWorth is now officially part of Renasant Bank."

Although the merger is complete, full conversion and integration of KeyWorth into Renasant is expected to be finished in mid-June 2016.  At this time, KeyWorth clients will be able to continue conducting their banking business as usual, including but not limited to, using existing branches, debit cards, checks, ATMs and making loan payments until conversion is complete. The Company has set up an FAQ for clients to obtain useful information about the transition at www.renasantbank.com.

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