NATIONSBANK SOUTH CAROLINA SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM NAMED
NATIONSBANK SOUTH CAROLINA SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM NAMED COLUMBIA, S.C., Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- James R. Lientz, president
of C&S National Bank of South Carolina and recently named president of NationsBank South Carolina, today announced the bank's senior management team for the Palmetto state.
NationsBank is the company to be formed through the merger of NCNB Corp. (NYSE: NCB) and C&S/Sovran Corp (NYSE: CVN) . The merger is scheduled to be completed on Dec. 31. "The senior management of NationsBank will provide a level of talent and leadership to our customers and associates that is unmatched in South Carolina banking," Lientz said. "We're excited about the combination of NCNB and C&S/Sovran. NationsBank will be stronger and better equipped to serve our growing customer base than either bank could have been standing alone." Consumer Bank Roger Whaley, NCNB South Carolina consumer banking executive, will serve as NationsBank South Carolina consumer banking executive. Reporting to Whaley will be: - Tom Anderson, NCNB Eastern consumer executive, who will hold the same position for NationsBank. The Eastern Region includes Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties, as well as the Grand Strand. - Phillips McDowell, NCNB South Carolina private banking executive, who has been named Central consumer executive. The Central Region includes the counties of Aiken, Lexington and Richland. - Craig Robinson, NCNB Piedmont consumer executive, who will hold the same position for NationsBank. The Piedmont Region includes Greenville and Spartanburg counties. - Jim Smith, C&S/Sovran Central banking executive, who has been named Professional and Executive Banking executive for South Carolina. Commercial Bank Reporting to Lientz are four commercial banking executives: - Marc Johnson, NCNB Eastern commercial executive, who will hold the same position for NationsBank. Johnson's responsibilities include all commercial banking activities in Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties, as well as the Grand Strand. - Frank Knox, NCNB Central commercial executive, who will hold the same position for NationsBank. His region includes Aiken, Lexington and Richland counties. - Joe Strickland, C&S/Sovran Northern banking executive, who has been named Piedmont commercial executive. This territory includes Greenville and Spartanburg counties. - Jim McColl, C&S/Sovran commercial executive, who has been named South Carolina commercial executive. McColl will have responsibility for business development in the 19 counties in which NationsBank will not have a presence. He also will provide support for the Community Bank's commercial banking transactions and work with other commercial banking executives throughout the state. Community Bank Two community banking executives will report to Lientz. They are: - J.W. Davis, NCNB Western commercial executive, who has been named Western community executive. His territory will include 36 branches in 22 western South Carolina communities. - Stan Gibson, C&S/Sovran Eastern banking executive, who has been named Eastern community executive. Gibson will be responsible for 29 branches in 13 eastern South Carolina communities. Once the merger is approved, NationsBank South Carolina will be the state's largest bank, with more than $8 billion in assets and over 225 statewide banking locations. -0- 11/18/91 /CONTACT: Chris Spencer, NCNB, 803-758-2348, or Scott Derks, C&S, 803-343-7901/ (NCB CVN) CO: C&S National Bank of South Carolina; NationsBank South Carolina NCNB Corporation; C&S/Sovran Corporation ST: South Carolina IN: FIN SU: PER DF -- CH006 -- 1446 11/18/91 12:33 EST
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