SIMMONS FIRST NATIONAL CORPORATION (NASDAQ:SFNC) Files An 8-K Amendment to Registrant’s Code of Ethics, or Waiver of a Provision of the Code of EthicsItem 5.05 Amendments to the Registrant’s Code of Ethics, or Waiver of a Provision of the Code of Ethics.
On July 19, 2018, the Board of Directors (“Board”) of Simmons First National Corporation (“Corporation”) approved amendments to the Corporation’s Code of Ethics (“Code”) to (1) require discussions and pre-approval of certain employment of associates outside the Corporation; (2) clarify that references in the Code to “customers” and “vendors” include potential customers and vendors; and (3) require advance notification of an associate’s acceptance of any overnight trip provided by a customer or vendor.
The amendments to the Code are effective July 19, 2018. The text of the Code, as amended, is attached hereto as Exhibit 14.1 and incorporated herein by reference. This description of the amendments is qualified in its entirety by reference to the text thereof.
Item 9.01 Financial Statements and Exhibits.
SIMMONS FIRST NATIONAL CORP ExhibitEX-14.1 2 exh_141.htm EXHIBIT 14.1 Exhibit 14.1 CODE OF ETHICS As Amended and Restated by the Board of Directors on July 19,…To view the full exhibit click
About SIMMONS FIRST NATIONAL CORPORATION (NASDAQ:SFNC)
Simmons First National Corporation is a financial holding company. The Company’s subsidiary bank is Simmons First National Bank (Simmons Bank), a national bank. Simmons Bank and its subsidiaries provide banking services to individuals and businesses across the market areas they serve. Simmons Bank offers consumer, real estate and commercial loans, checking, savings and time deposits. It also offers a range of products and services, including credit cards, trust services, investments, agricultural finance lending, equipment lending, insurance, consumer finance and small business administration (SBA) lending. The Company conducts its banking operations through approximately 150 branches or financial centers, located in communities throughout Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas. Its loan portfolios were loans to businesses (commercial loans, commercial real estate loans and agricultural loans) and individuals (consumer loans, credit card loans and single-family residential real estate loans).