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Andrew McDowell promoted to Regional Executive for North CarolinaMcDowell was serving as Senior Vice President and City Executive for the Winston-Salem, NC market.  In his new role, he will be responsible for continuing to build the First Reliance Bank team, develop banking relationships with business owners, grow the bank in our defined markets and promoting the bank’s brand throughout the North Carolina market.  McDowell brings more than 30 years of banking experience to the position, most of which has been in leadership positions in the Winston-Salem area.

“I am excited to be leading this team of exceptional banking professionals,” said McDowell.  “North Carolina is a great market to be doing business in, and I look forward to sharing the First Reliance Bank brand and delivering on our purpose to make the lives of our customers better.”

“We really value what Andy has been able to do in his previous role with First Reliance, implementing and providing leadership in ...

G. Neal KyberBanking veteran brings more than 30 years of experience to his new role in leading the commercial growth strategy for the Greenville market.

Kyber’s extensive banking experience spans more than 30 years.  Kyber has held numerous banking positions with several banks in the Upstate and Midlands regions of South Carolina.

“As we continue to look for expansion opportunities throughout the Southeast and determine how we can bring value to new markets, like Greenville, it’s important to have experienced leaders like Neal at the forefront,” said Rick Saunders, president and CEO, First Reliance Bank. “He shares our values and understands what community banking is all about. Neal has a proven track record for developing commercial teams and growing business banking in the Greenville area.” 

“Greenville is a fast-growing area with a vibrant, supportive community,” said Kyber. “For more than two decades, I’ve been a part of this area’s growth and I’m ...

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