- July 17, 2020
TAMPA — Three Bank of Tampa leaders have been promoted and given greater responsibility for the bank’s day-to-day operations.
According to a press release, Corey Neil has been promoted to chief banking officer and David Moore to COO. Pinellas County Market President Scott Gault, meanwhile, has been given additional responsibilities for the bank’s small business administration and treasury services functions.
“The promotion of these three executives continues the bank’s effort to develop talent from within and to assure that leadership is in place for years to come,” Bank of Tampa CEO Bill West states in the release. “We have been developing Corey, David and Scott for the past four years to take on additional responsibilities. All three are proven leaders who know our markets, understand the unique culture of The Bank of Tampa and appreciate our bank’s focus on our clients and employees.”
Neil has been with the Bank of Tampa since 2003, the release states, while Moore joined in 2013 and Gault, who boasts more than 25 years of experience in banking, came aboard in 2015. Prior to their promotions, Neil had been serving as Hillsborough County market president; Moore was chief corporate banking officer.
“The Bank of Tampa’s board of directors was pleased to unanimously support the appointments of Corey, David and Scott, as we look to continue to provide an unmatched banking experience throughout Tampa Bay,” states James Ferman Jr., chairman of the board at the Bank of Tampa. “We congratulate them all and we wish them well as they implement our ongoing, long-term plans for the future.”