Reporter Fred Hiers of the Ocala Star Banner interviewed CBTFL president and CEO Hugh Dailey for a story on the decline of community banks in Marion County. Community Bank & Trust of Florida is now the “only Marion County-based bank,” a situation Dailey attributes to the burden of post-2008 banking regulations and low interest rates. […]Continue Reading..
11/09/2017: Community Bank & Trust of Florida Trust Officer Recongnized by Community Foundation with Legacy Award
Emily Humphreys-Beher was recently awarded the Legacy Award by Community Foundation of North Central Florida for her work in helping clients complete a transformative charitable gift. Humphreys-Beher, who is an Accredited Estate Planner and Certified Trust Financial Advisor, has offered her services to countless clients in the Alachua and Marion County areas over the […]Continue Reading..
Personal information and your identity should be kept private. It should be up to each individual to decide if any personal information should be shared at all. Every time that you apply for credit, make a major purchase, request insurance or get medical services you must agree to provide some level of private information or […]Continue Reading..
09/13/2017: Irma is Gone!!!
Irma has moved on after wreaking havoc on Florida and the Caribbean. We are grateful for all of the dedication and loyalty of our CBTFL family that helped re-open our bank immediately after the storm. It will be several months before our communities get back to normal. Many of our citizens still need permanent power, […]Continue Reading..
08/24/2017: Last Locally Headquartered Bank Prides Itself On Financial Strength and Customer Service Standards
Approaching its 20th Anniversary, Community Bank & Trust of Florida finds itself the last locally owned and operated bank in Marion and Alachua Counties and one of only two local banks in Sumter County. Community Bank & Trust of Florida has thrived amongst many local buyouts in the market in recent years, the acquisition of […]Continue Reading..