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ICBA Names Industry Veteran to Head Southeast Regional Office

Washington, D.C. (Feb. 12, 2004) - The Independent Community Bankers of America today announced that David N. Moore, a financial services industry veteran, was named to oversee ICBA's new Southeast Regional Office in Marietta, Ga.

As Southeast regional director, Moore brings more than 20 years of financial services experience to his role as a member advocate for ICBA. He most recently worked for the John Harland Cos. as a regional sales manager for several Southeast states. His background will be a key factor in the success of ICBA's newest regional office, one of five regional offices the trade association operates, said Paul McGuire, ICBA vice president of state/regional operations and membership strategy.

"David is uniquely qualified for this position," McGuire said. "He has extensive experience in financial services sales and knows many of the community bankers throughout the Southeast. David is well positioned as a consultative resource for community bankers on their general business challenges and the specific ICBA solutions offered."

Communicating the political and economic aggregating power ICBA provides, Moore will help community bank executives from current and eligible member institutions better understand the diverse value of their industry's national trade association. He will have considerable knowledge of the many, growing product and service offerings that ICBA offers. He will also help community bankers discover more about the many advocacy, educational, marketing and information resources the trade association provides.

Moore's Southeast territory covers Alabama, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.

"David is a perfect fit for his new role in serving ICBA members," said Camden R. Fine, ICBA's incoming president and CEO. "He knows the issues community bankers are facing, and he stays on top of the industry's newest trends, products and best practices. I would encourage any community banker in the Southeast to give him a call and get to know him."

Moore graduated with a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Georgia. He lives with his wife Connie and daughter Megan in Marietta, Ga.