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First Capital Bank Converts to South Carolina State-Chartered Bank, Moves Headquarters to Charleston, South Carolina

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Jan 5, 2022 11:45 EST

First Capital Bank (“the Bank”) today announced that it has converted from a North Carolina state-chartered bank to a South Carolina state-chartered bank and relocated its headquarters to 304 Meeting Street, Charleston, South Carolina. The Bank remains a subsidiary of First Capital Bancshares, Inc., which is also headquartered in Charleston.

The Bank operates three banking centers in the Charleston, South Carolina, region including locations in downtown Charleston, Summerville, and a newly opened office in Mount Pleasant. 

“The majority of our growth and assets are in South Carolina, and the Charleston area specifically. We believe converting to a South Carolina-chartered bank and moving the Bank’s headquarters to Charleston will enable us to best serve our customers and shareholders,”…

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