Charlotte, NC, March 27, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Paragon Bank (http://www.paragoncommercial.com), has announced that Greg Roberts has been named credit analyst. In this position, Roberts’ responsibilities include reviewing business and personal financial statements to determine borrowers’ ability to repay debt. Roberts primarily focuses on commercial real estate loans, researching and underwriting properties based on cash flow.
Prior to joining Paragon Bank, Roberts served as a credit analyst for Wells Fargo. He previously held three internship positions focused on investment banking and commercial real estate. Roberts graduated from Queens University of Charlotte in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in business administration. He is enrolled in the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s MBA program, with a concentration in finance.
Originally from Hillsborough, N.J., Roberts resides in Charlotte.
“We are excited for Greg to join our Charlotte team,” said Phil Jurney, Paragon Bank Charlotte market president. “His background in commercial real estate as well as commercial and industrial lending makes him a valuable member of our team. We look forward to Greg’s contribution to the team and to our clients. His support will allow us to continue to serve our clients in an exemplary manner.”
About Paragon Bank:
Founded in Raleigh, N.C., in 1999, Paragon Bank is North Carolina’s first business-only bank. Paragon Bank provides banking products and services tailored exclusively to the needs of middle-market companies with revenues from $5 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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