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Seacoast Bank Promotes Pam Notarantonio to Deputy Chief Credit Officer

Posted by Seacoast Bank on Mar 29, 2022 4:38:52 PM

pam notarantonio, new Secoast Bank deputy chief credit officer STUART, Fla., March 29, 2022 --In late January, Pam Notarantonio, who served as the Regional Credit Officer for Central Florida, was promoted
to Deputy Chief Credit Officer. In this role, all commercial and consumer underwriting and credit loan officers will report to Pam.

"Pam will play a key role in executing on Seacoast’s strategic vision, culture, and focus on disciplined growth,” said James Stallings, Chief Credit Officer. “In our short time working together, I’ve seen Pam align people and processes in a way that will enable efficiency and scale.
She oversees a team of 50 talented credit associates who appreciate
her collaborative and customer-focused leadership.”

Pam joined Seacoast in 2021 after 32 distinguished years with Wells Fargo where she held various roles including Relationship Manager, Credit Analyst, Underwriter, Regional Credit Officer and Regional Credit Officer Manager throughout the state of Florida. She has extensive experience leading large teams and creating and implementing credit policies and procedures. Pam joined Seacoast in January 2021, overseeing commercial loan originations in the Central Florida market as well as the credit administration of a $1.3 billion loan portfolio consisting of C&I and CRE loans.

 

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