May 04, 2012
Bailey Promoted at SCBT
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Summerville, SC – Dane Murray, senior executive vice president and regional executive for South Carolina Bank and Trust, has announced the promotion of Lauren J. Bailey to vice president.
A native of Summerville, South Carolina, Bailey earned her Bachelor of Science degree in international business from the College of Charleston. She completed studies at the South Carolina Bankers School at Lander University in 2010. Bailey joined the staff of SCBT in 2004 as a mortgage processor and, prior to being named branch manager, was a financial service representative.
Active in both civic and professional organizations, Bailey was a member of the Leadership Dorchester Class of 2011. She currently serves as a board member for the Development Corporation of Dorchester County, and as treasurer of Communities in Schools of Dorchester County. She and her husband, Carey, have a son, Cullen.
Dane Murray said, “Lauren Bailey has worked in very diversified capacities with SCBT since she joined us seven years ago. Her experience in customer services and branch management make her an extremely well-rounded and valuable asset of our banking team in Summerville. We are very pleased to recognize her outstanding achievements.”
SCBT Financial Corporation, Columbia, South Carolina is a registered bank holding company incorporated under the laws of South Carolina. The Company consists of SCBT, N.A., the largest publicly traded bank headquartered in South Carolina; NCBT, a division of SCBT, N.A., and Community Bank & Trust, a division of SCBT, N.A. Providing financial services for over 78 years, SCBT Financial Corporation operates 76 locations in 19 South Carolina counties, 10 northeast Georgia counties, and Mecklenburg County in North Carolina. SCBT Financial Corporation has assets of approximately $4.5 billion and its stock is traded under the symbol SCBT in the NASDAQ Global Select Market. More information can be found at www.SCBTonline.com.
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