CHARLESTON, S.C., January 5, 2022 (Newswire.com) – First Capital Bank (“the Bank”) announced today that the Company’s Board of Directors (the “Board”) has appointed Joseph S. Kassim as a director of the Bank, effective Jan. 1, 2022.
“Joe has been a key element in our successful growth. Under his leadership, the Bank’s assets, deposits, and earnings have grown,” says Harvey Glick, CEO. “Joe has helped build a cohesive team and has created a culture that is to be admired. We are pleased to welcome him to the Board and look forward to his valuable contributions.”
Joe Kassim joined The Bank in 2019 as President and Chief Operating Officer and has assisted the bank in growing to over $380 million in assets as of Dec. 31, 2021. Mr. Kassim has over 15 years of experience in banking with various roles in executive management and leadership positions. Mr. Kassim, a native of Charleston, is a licensed South Carolina Certified Public Accountant and is actively involved in the Charleston not-for-profit community. He currently serves on the executive committee as Treasurer for South Carolina Infant Mental Health Association. Mr. Kassim is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance.
About First Capital Bancshares, Inc.:
First Capital Bancshares, Inc. is a bank holding company headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, with assets of approximately $387 million as of Dec. 31, 2021. Its principal activity is the ownership and operation of First Capital Bank, a state-chartered community bank that operates five branches and one loan production office in North Carolina and South Carolina. For more information, please visit www.fcbcarolinas.com.
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For More Information, Contact:
Joseph S. Kassim
President & Chief Operating Officer
First Capital Bank
Source: First Capital Bank