Charlotte, NC, July 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Paragon Commercial Bank (http://www.paragoncommercial.com), North Carolina’s first business-only bank, has announced that Terri Bowles has joined Paragon’s team as client relationship coordinator, for which her day-to-day responsibilities will include providing existing clients with core commercial services to help them meet their goals for growth and success.
Bowles has more than seven years of banking experience. Prior to her current position, she served as a credit administration specialist and commercial lending specialist at NewDominion Bank. She has 11 years of legal professional experience, including handling mortgage foreclosure for a major banking client as a paralegal and administrative assistant at Burt, Blee, Dixon, Sutton and Bloom.
“Terri’s experience will be a significant asset to Paragon Commercial Bank,” said Phillip Jurney, Charlotte market President. “Her skills will help us continue to provide an unsurpassed client experience to our clients as we strive to help them succeed.”
-Originally from Fort Wayne, Ind., Bowles stayed in the area and attended Ivy Tech State College, where she graduated with honors in the legal secretarial program.
-Bowles currently lives in Charlotte, N.C. and is an active member of St. Matthew Catholic Church in various ministries.
About Paragon Commercial Bank:
Founded in Raleigh, N.C. in 1999, Paragon Commercial Bank is North Carolina’s first business-only bank. Paragon Commercial Bank provides banking products and services tailored exclusively to the needs of middle-market companies with revenues from $2 million to $75 million, their executives and high net worth individuals. The bank’s business focus includes operating companies in a wide range of categories, professional firms and nonprofit organizations. Headquartered in Raleigh, the bank expanded to open a location in Charlotte, N.C. in 2006. For more information, visit http://www.paragoncommercial.com.
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