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Regional bank appoints new leader for commercial real estate loans

Charlotte State Bank & Trust tabs Todd Rinehart to lead commercial real estate lending activities in Lee County.

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CAPE CORAL — Charlotte State Bank & Trust named 40-year banking veteran Todd Rinehart vice president of commercial real estate lending. Rinehart will be based in Cape Coral, where he is a resident.

Rinehart began his banking career as a high school cooperative education student working part-time. His positions have included branch manager, senior lending officer and to senior vice president, according to a statement. A former chairman of the Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce, Rinehart is scholarship director for the Southwest Florida Junior Golf Association, the release adds. 

“I’m excited to join Charlotte State Bank & Trust and help them become more established here in the Cape Coral/Fort Myers area,” says Rinehart in a statement. “I have spent my entire career developing business relationships, communicating with clients and customers and helping them achieve their goals.”

Charlotte State Bank & Trust, with $348 million in assets, offered lending services south of Charlotte County for several years prior to opening a Lee County office in 2015 and a Collier County office in 2016. 



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