FUQUAY-VARINA, North Carolina (August 6, 2021) – Fidelity Bank is pleased to announce David Adams has joined its team in Greensboro as Senior Vice President and Senior Business Development Officer. In his new position, Mr. Adams is responsible for developing and managing business banking relationships within the community, as well as, contributing to the sales efforts of the Fidelity Bank Greensboro office located at 802 Green Valley Road.
David has nineteen years of financial experience in the Triad. Prior to joining Fidelity Bank, he worked for Volvo Financial Services as an Inside Sales Specialist. He also held commercial and business banking positions at American National Bank and Trust Company, Bank of Oak Ridge and BB&T. In addition to his financial background, David is active in the community. He is an active board member of Hands for Hearts and volunteers with the children’s ministry at Lawndale Baptist Church.
“I am thrilled to join the Fidelity Bank family and be a part of an organization with such a rich history of strong values and building lifelong relationships with its customers,” shared Adams. “Fidelity Bank offers a truly unique combination, in that we are big enough to serve all of our customers’ financial needs, yet small enough to truly build meaningful relationships and get to know them. I am excited to serve the Greater Greensboro community and be a part of this high performing team of banking professionals.”
Mr. Adams graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelor in Business Administration. He is also a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. He currently resides in Greensboro with his wife, Virginia, and daughter, Caroline, with another daughter expected to arrive in October.
Fidelity Bank is a full-service financial institution with assets of approximately $3.2 billion headquartered in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina. The Bank owns and operates 56 branches throughout North Carolina and Virginia; and was awarded a 5-star (superior) rating by BauerFinancial.