On November 10, Dallas-based Comerica Bank announced that it has named Andrew Raines senior vice president/retail regional director for the bank’s North Texas, Arizona and Florida region. He will report to Rhonda Davenport Johnson, national director of the retail bank. Raines will be responsible for the development and effective leadership of the banking center network. He will oversee close to 80 banking centers that manage more than $3.6 billion in deposits and employ 330 bankers.
“Andrew brings a wealth of leadership experience to the North Texas, Arizona and Florida region,” Davenport Johnson says. “His focus on customer experience and coaching bankers to deliver the highest level of service is his top priority.”
Raines, who joined Comerica Bank in 2007, most recently served as vice president/district manager of the Lansing/Jackson district in Michigan. During his banking career, which spans more than 24 years, he has held a variety of positions, including banking center manager, mortgage loan officer and originations manager, as well as various leadership roles in banking centers.
Raines earned a BBA degree from Spring Arbor University, as well as his master’s degree in management and organization development. A Comerica Leadership Development Program graduate, he actively serves with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Jackson County and The Arbor Church. He also is a member of his local school district’s bond finance committee and the bank’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Education Council.
Established in 1849, Comerica Bank operates in Texas, Arizona, California, Florida and Michigan, with select businesses operating in several other states, as well as in Canada and Mexico.