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Heritage Bank wraps up Glynn bank acquisition
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The Heritage Bank completed the acquisition of two Glynn County branches of Security Bank on June 12.  
The Security Branches in Brunswick and on St. Simons Island have officially changed their name to The Heritage Bank. The bank’s clients will be able to conduct business in any of Heritage’s 32 branches and will have access to the bank’s network of 46 ATMs throughout Southeast Georgia.   
Heritage President and CEO James M. Floyd Jr. said, “Glynn County is a wonderful community. The reception we have received from our new clients has been gratifying. We will continue to provide the excellent service that our new clients expect.”
“Linda Butler, Robert Cable and their team in Brunswick and on St. Simons Island have worked extremely hard to ensure a smooth transition,” Floyd added.
Glynn County market executive Robert Cable said, “This move brings more resources and more convenience for our clients. They will have access to a more extensive local branch network. We look forward to continuing the banking relationships we have with all of our clients.”
On June 12, The Heritage Bank had approximately $946 million in assets. The bank operates 32 branches in 15 counties in Southeast Georgia as well as a brokerage and financial services subsidiary, The Heritage Group. The Brunswick main office is at 103 Scranton Connector, and the St. Simons Island office is at 106 Retreat Plaza. Heritage’s other Glynn County branch office is inside the Brunswick Wal-Mart.
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