Effective October 1, 2021, EnerBank USA ("EnerBank") merged with and into Regions Bank. Learn more here

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Better Together: Regions Bank Completes Acquisition of EnerBank USA

October 1, 2021

Regions Bank and EnerBank USA announced the acquisition of EnerBank by Regions has received regulatory approvals and is completed, effective October 1, 2021.


EnerBank USA to Expand Home Improvement Lending Through an Acquisition by Regions Bank

June 8, 2021

SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Home improvement lender EnerBank USA (or “EnerBank”) announced today that after almost 20 years …


EnerBank Appoints Allyson Torsak as the Bank’s New Chief Strategy Officer

February 23, 2021

Formerly serving at WebBank, Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch, Allyson Torsak joins management team as Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer to pursue strategic initiatives of America’s Home Improvement Lender of Choice


EnerBank’s Neil R. Fellows Named 2020 Corporate Counsel of the Year by Utah Business

February 16, 2020

Mr. Fellows honored for successfully balancing interests of multiple EnerBank stakeholders to find win-win solutions


EnerBank Scholarship Helps Build the HVAC Future with Qualified Workers

December 12, 2019

EGIA Foundation’s EnerBank USA Funding the Future Scholarship Awarded to Jordan Brill of Ohio Business College


EnerBank USA Congratulates John Harris, Retiring Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, for Leading the Bank Through Years of Exceptional Growth

November 8, 2019

EnerBank USA®, the national consumer lender that helps strategic business partners and independent home improvement contractors increase their sales, today announced the retirement of Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, John Harris.


EnerBank Announces Additional Triple Option Loan Terms for Home Improvement Contractors to Offer Their Customers

September 25, 2019

The Bank added four new options for increased loan payment flexibility, allowing homeowners the opportunity to apply future cash receipts such as federal and local rebates, annual bonuses, and tax refunds to their loans to reduce their monthly payments