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ROBERT MAYHUE JOINS FIRST RELIANCE BANK AS VICE PRESIDENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

ROBERT MAYHUE JOINS FIRST RELIANCE BANK AS VICE PRESIDENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Robert Mayhue has joined First Reliance Bank as the Vice President of Information Technology. As head of the bank’s IT Department, Mayhue will be responsible for the management, strategy and execution of IT infrastructure along with the intersection of IT and security compliance.

Mayhue joins the team as a supremely qualified and results-driven information technology professional with more than 25 years of comprehensive expertise. He has spent the last 10 years in director-level positions at several community banks including as Director of IT and Director of IT Support Services. During his tenure, Mayhue played a key role in the successful completion of over seven bank acquisitions and has implemented various programs and strategies that helped reduce bank costs and improve operational efficiency.  

“Robert brings high-level IT experience working in the banking industry, and we are thrilled to have someone of his caliber joining our team,” said Ben Brazell, Chief Administration Officer of First Reliance Bank. “His leadership abilities and IT expertise will be instrumental when creating and implementing new process improvements to optimize our operational efficiency.”

“Robert is known as a hands-on and proactive leader, adept at directing multiple teams towards individual and corporate goals,” said Rick Saunders, President and Chief Executive Officer of First Reliance Bank. “As a strong organizer and team player, we are confident in his ability to manage our technology resources and support facilities, as well as develop strategies to improve our operational efficiency and provide our customers with a Better Banking experience. We are excited to welcome Robert to the team and look forward to his success with us at First Reliance Bank.”

Mayhue graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in Information Technology. He also completed the Cornelius Leadership Training program and is a member of the Association of Technology Professionals.

 

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