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FCBank Hires Industry Veterans for Vice President Positions

Dublin, OH – June 9, 2014
 
Andy Dale, President of FCBank, a division of CNB Bank, recently welcomed veteran bankers Kimberly Seaborn Emerson and Jeffrey Perkins to the FCBank team.  Both Emerson and Perkins have been named Vice Presidents of the Bank’s Private Banking division.
 
Emerson has held executive management banking positions since 2001, including vice president positions at Fifth Third, Key Bank, PNC and, most recently, Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Emerson’s primary focus at FCBank will be developing client relationships with the bank’s high net worth clients. The Dayton native received her degree in business administration from Ohio Dominican University and presently resides in New Albany, Ohio, with her husband, Scott, and two children, Keira and Mikayla.  She will be working out of FCBank’s Dublin office currently located in the Emerald Professional Building at 5747 Perimeter Drive.
 
Jeffrey Perkins, VP Private BankingPerkins has also held executive management banking positions with financial institutions including National City, Wells Fargo and Champaign Bank. His focus in previous positions was primarily in the mortgage division. At FCBank, Perkins will work with emerging wealth and high net worth clients on private banking and mortgage needs. Perkins received his Bachelor of Science degree in economics from The Ohio State University.
 
“Kimberly and Jeffrey are at the very top of the banking industry, “ said Andy Dale, FCBank President. “Their depth of experience and expertise are hard to find. We are extremely fortunate to have them on the FCBank team, and are certain that they will serve our clients exceptionally well.”
 
 As a community bank, FCBank was developed and will continue to be managed by local people.  This provides a higher level of service to the communities of Columbus and the Central Ohio region.