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Bank of Central Florida Vision 2025

LAKELAND, Fla., February 24th, 2020— Bank of Central Florida is embarking on a new journey with an exciting growth initiative called Vision 2025. Over the next five years, we will be expanding across Central Florida into new markets.

The Bank of Central Florida team is embracing Vision 2025 and the idea of propelling forward together. We care about our community and know how to build strong relationships that spurs growth and secures bright futures.

Paul Noris will remain CEO & Chairman of the Board. He will continue to manage the Bank’s overall strategy, create shareholder value, and engage in client relationships.

As part of the new growth initiative, we have hired a new President, David K. Moore. Moore will be responsible for the overall growth initiative as we expand across Central Florida. His expertise from his previous role as Chief Operating Officer at The Bank of Tampa will be an asset as we deliver a consistent high-touch client experience model.

“We are in an industry that is rapidly changing. As the industry has continued to consolidate, we see more opportunity for a community bank with the advantages of local decision making and a high-touch client experience model,” says Paul Noris, CEO.

As we expand, our commitment remains the same: Delivering the best client experience.
Bank of Central Florida is excited about Vision 2025. As we grow, we will continue to focus on propelling forward together.


About Bank of Central Florida

Founded in 2007, Bank of Central Florida was chartered to serve the financial needs of the local marketplace. The Bank is guided by a local board of directors with vast knowledge of the local business climate and driven by their vision for a financial services institution that is focused on client service. This approach has enabled the bank to bring financial solutions by empowering team members to provide the best client experience. Bank of Central Florida is headquartered in South Lakeland, with offices in downtown Lakeland, Winter Haven and Plant City. For more information about Bank of Central Florida, visit Member FDIC.


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