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CNLBank Welcomes Carol Moroco, Vice President and Commercial Relationship Banker, to the Ft. Lauderdale Team

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., May 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CNLBank is pleased to announce it has hired Carol Moroco to join its Fort Lauderdale team.  Carol brings extensive experience in lending and a proven record of building relationships with businesses and customers.

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Carol is a veteran banker with over 28 years of commercial and consumer banking experience. Carol has worked for Seaside National Bank & Trust, PNC and Bank of America. She received her initial credit training with PNC Bank in Pittsburgh.  Carol's approach to business lines up very well with the Bank's commitment to hiring experienced, successful bankers who can provide value-added service and advice to clients.

"We're really excited to welcome Carol as the newest member of the CNLBank team," said Nancy Robin, CNLBank's South Florida President. "She comes to us with almost 30 years of experience in the industry. We believe banking is personal. Scarce in banking today is the seasoned banker – a person who lives in the market, is engaged in the community, is accessible to the customer, and has the authority to make decisions. All those qualities can be found in Carol," added Nancy.

As a Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager at CNLBank, Carol will be will be responsible for helping the bank grow its commercial lending portfolio, by utilizing her years of experience and expansive contact list.

When she isn't working, Carol, a resident of the Rio Vista neighborhood in Fort Lauderdale, enjoys traveling with her fiancé, medical malpractice attorney Scott Newmark of Carner Newmark & Cohen. She has two grown sons, one living in South Florida and the other in California, and is involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward. She is also a member of the Women's Executive Club of Greater Fort Lauderdale and Leadership Fort Lauderdale.

CNLBank's Fort Lauderdale Office is located at 888 East Las Olas Boulevard, Suite 710. To contact Carol Moroco and form your own relationship with CNLBank, call 954-527-2383 or 954-249-2027.

About CNLBank
CNLBank, $1.2 billion state-chartered commercial bank, is one of the largest banks headquartered in the State of Florida, offering clients an experienced relationship management team with deep roots in the communities we serve. The bank operates 16 full-service banking offices throughout the state with robust lending and depository capabilities, sophisticated treasury and property management services and excellent customer care. For more information visit CNLBank on the web at www.cnlbank.com.

Contact: Laurie Menekou, (954) 271-4666 (or) lmenekou@conceptual-communications.com

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