In our latest blog post, we spoke with one of our clients, Solid Start, about how Bank of Central Florida advocated for the business during its launch when no one else would.
Recently, the Tampa Bay Business Journal has awarded our Executive Vice President and CFO Michelle Netwal with the 40 Under 40 Award for outstanding leadership and community engagement.
Over the summer, our team at Bank of Central Florida launched a Women’s Mentorship Program. In the short time since its launch, women across the company have made tremendous progress and developed relationships with one another along the way.
To best serve you, we understand that every client interaction ought to be personal, dedicated and focused. We recently spoke to local business owner, Ronnie Swilley, to communicate why our connection with the community is so important.
Michelle Netwal, our Chief Financial Officer, sat down with Emily Rogers, Founder and CEO of Emily Rogers Consulting and Coaching, to talk about leadership development for women.
“Let’s make it happen,” said Paul Noris, CEO of Bank of Central Florida. Those were words Sonji Coney, CEO of Coney Funeral Homes, did not expect to hear as she shared some of the challenges she and her business were facing. This was the perfect example of what the term “relationship banking” means: sitting down with a Commercial Banker and CEO of a bank, laying everything out on the table and asking about financing options with someone you trust.
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