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North State Bank Names Brittany Moore Commercial Loan Portfolio Manager

March 11, 2024
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Amanda M. Lloyd
Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer

RALEIGH, N.C. . . . North State Bank (the "Bank") named Brittany Moore a commercial loan portfolio manager for the Bank’s Downtown Raleigh office, announced Amanda Lloyd, North State Bank executive vice president and chief people officer. Moore will help businesses access the funding they need to start or grow their company.

"Brittany is a welcomed addition to our Downtown Raleigh team,” shared Lloyd. “With a combination of underwriting and lending experience, she has a holistic understanding of the lending process, which is a plus for customers and her teammates.” 

A native of Oxford, North Carolina, Moore began her banking career over a decade ago with Union Bank & Trust (now First National Bank), and in the course of her time there, advanced to the position of portfolio manager. She most recently served as a portfolio underwriter at M&F Bank. She earned a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in finance from East Carolina University as well as a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University.

“Behind every business, there’s a story,” shared Moore. “Those stories fuel my passion for banking.”

Founded in 2000, North State Bank is an independent, full-service community bank serving Wake and New Hanover counties through seven offices and serves the community management association industry through its division, CommunityPLUS.


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