Bank to open Cane Bay branch

  • Friday, May 2, 2014

Alan Greer

Representatives of CresCom Bank announced earlier this week that they will be opening an office at The Market at Cane Bay, a retail shopping complex situated adjacent to Cane Bay Boulevard and Highway 176 in Berkeley County.

The 1200-square-foot branch will open in mid summer and will represent the 13th branch for the bank.

“This represents our first branch in Berkeley County and we are very pleased that it is in the fast-growing Cane Bay marketplace,” said CresCom Bank Chief Executive Officer David L. Morrow. “It also continues our goal of providing banking services to all Tri-County area residents.”

In other news, CresCom Bank has named Alan Greer as its senior vice president and the Charleston market leader for its Retail Mortgage Group.



Greer will report to Mark Branstrom, CresCom Bank’s Retail Mortgage Group president, and will operate out of the bank’s Summerville branch.



Previously, Greer served as the mortgage sales manager for SunTrust Banks, Inc. Prior to that, he was a mortgage loan officer and team leader with Bank of America.



Greer received his bachelor of science degree in business administration and management from the University of South Carolina.



“Alan’s mortgage lending experience, and leadership within the industry is a huge benefit to CresCom Bank and its Lowcountry customers,” said David L. Morrow, CEO of CresCom Bank. “We’re pleased to have him leading our Charleston market team.”

For additional information about CresCom Bank or to locate a local branch, visit www.haveanicebank.com.

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