Columbus, OH (PRWEB) January 22, 2014
Coleman J. Clougherty, President of FCBank, a division of CNB Bank, recently welcomed veteran bankers Andy Dale and Terry Hamm to the FCBank commercial lending team. Dale has been named Senior Vice President and Hamm Vice President of Commercial Lending. As Commercial Market Executives, they will be responsible for developing financial relationships in the Columbus market and leading the commercial lending efforts from the banks office located at 5747 Perimeter Drive in Dublin.
Mr. Dale began his banking career in 1987, holding various entry-level positions before a promotion to Assistant Vice President. Later, his focus shifted to Investment Commercial Real Estate and Commercial and Industrial loans. Just prior to joining FCBank, he served as Vice President, Senior Commercial Real Estate Relationship Manager of a local bank.
A native of Columbus, Ohio, Mr. Dale is an active member of the National Association for Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP) Commercial Real Estate Development Association, the Ohio Housing Council, and the Western Golf Association Evans Scholars Foundation. He also lends his expertise to Goodwill of Columbus and previously served on the board of directors of the Brookside Golf and Country Club.
Mr. Hamm began his banking career with J.P. Morgan Chase, formerly known as Bank One Columbus, in 1975. At Chase, he held various retail assignments before he was promoted to Vice President and served as group manager of the Business Banking Group. Following his time with Chase, Mr. Hamm held the position of Senior Vice President with U.S. Banks Private Client Group, where he was responsible for the Columbus, Cleveland and Dayton markets. He joins FCBank from Commerce National Banker, where he was most recently Senior Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager.
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. Hamm graduated from Amherst High School and attended Kent State University, earning a degree in finance and management. He received his Master of Business Administration at the University of Dayton. Since then, Mr. Hamm has graduated from the American Institute of Bankings National Commercial Lending School, and the Consumer Bankers Association/Bank Administration Institutes Graduate school of Retail Bank Management. He currently lives in Westerville and lends his expertise as a board member for the Salvation Army Shooters for Food.
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 the Columbus and Central Ohio region.
More about FCBank can be found at http://www.FCBankOhio.com.