CresCom Bank Introduces Lori Falk as Mortgage Loan Originator

CHARLESTON, S.C., Dec. 12, 2017 – CresCom Bank, a leading community bank in North and South Carolina, is pleased to welcome Lori Falk as a mortgage loan originator.

Prior to joining CresCom Bank, Falk worked at City Bank of Texas as a mortgage loan originator. In her new position at CresCom serving the Wilmington, N.C. market, Falk will originate permanent FHA/VA and conventional residential mortgage loans as well as participate in related business development activities.

“CresCom Bank is excited to welcome Lori as mortgage loan originator,” said David L. Morrow, CEO of CresCom Bank. “We know she will be an outstanding addition to our team of banking professionals because of her extensive background and experience.”

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About CresCom Bank

CresCom Bank, a leader in community banking, is dedicated to providing exceptional customer service and quality products to the communities it calls home, and prides itself on its strong knowledge of local business and economic trends. Currently, CresCom Bank has 62 branch locations throughout the Carolinas and also owns Crescent Mortgage Company. In 2015, Carolina Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: CARO) ranked #1 on American Banker’s list of “Top 200 Community Banks and Thrifts as Ranked by Three-Year Average ROE.” It was also added to the Nasdaq Community Bank Index (ABAQ) by the American Banker’s Association. As of September 30, 2017, Carolina Financial had approximately $2.3 billion in total assets. Crescent Mortgage Company originates loans in 47 states partnering with community banks, credit unions and mortgage brokers.

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