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SCBT names Ledbetter group president for mortgage banking and wealth management

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SCBT has appointed Thomas S Ledbetter as group president for its mortgage banking and wealth management divisions covering North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.

With over 29 years of experience in the financial services industry, Ledbetter (pictured) joined SCBT in 2002 as mortgage production manager for the Greenville region.
 
In 2005, he was named president of SCBT’s mortgage banking group and in 2012 was promoted to executive vice president.
 
Prior to joining SCBT, Ledbetter worked with a large regional bank as a division manager in private banking.

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