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North State Bank Names Eva Kang as Commercial Banker for Downtown Raleigh

May 15, 2024

For more information, contact:
Amanda M. Lloyd
Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer
ALloyd@NorthStateBank.com; 919.855.9925

RALEIGH, N.C. . . . North State Bank (the "Bank") named Eva Kang as vice president and commercial banker for Downtown Raleigh, announced Amanda M. Lloyd, executive vice president and chief people officer. In this position, Kang will develop and grow business customer relationships, including loans and deposits, as well as digital and other services.

"Eva has a great track record in Wake County, especially in Raleigh,” shared Lloyd. "She is an experienced banker who brings a lot to the table for the Bank and for our customers. She understands the heartbeat of downtown Raleigh and how a community bank can uniquely support it. We are pleased to have her on our team."

A Raleigh native and a North Carolina State University graduate, Kang has lived in Wake County for over 30 years and worked in banking for more than two decades. She joins North State after serving as a senior banking officer for First Carolina Bank, overseeing the Triangle region, and in leadership positions with RBC, PNC, and Bank of America. Kang is an active member of many community organizations, including the Asian Real Estate Association, the National Association of Asian American Professionals, the North Carolina Chinese Business Association, the SPCA, the Help Center, the American Cancer Society, and SAGE Girls.

"I am thrilled to be part of North State’s Downtown Raleigh team, " shared Kang. "Raleigh is home for me. I have witnessed the growth and change downtown, and now I get to be part of it from the vantage point of working for a community bank that also calls Raleigh ‘home.’ It is an amazing opportunity. I look forward to making a difference for the Bank and our customers.”

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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