Colony Bankcorp Names Canup as Chief Revenue Officer & President of Banking Solutions
NOV 10, 2022 - 7:04 am
Colony Bankcorp, the bank holding company for Colony Bank, named Edward G. “Ed” Canup chief revenue officer and president of banking solutions. In this newly created position, Canup will be charged with the strategic development of new business lines, the expansion of existing ancillary lines of business and the support of relationship banking.
Canup joins Colony after a 39-year banking career at Capital City Bank where he served in a variety of roles including Cashier and chief accounting officer, director of commercial banking, co-chief operating officer, and most recently EVP and chief revenue officer. During his time at Capital City Bank, Canup successfully implemented commercial real estate banking, developed private banking, restructured community markets to provide for improved efficiency and revenue growth, led the expansion of wealth management to include life insurance, sponsored the expansion of residential mortgage increasing annual production from $300 million to $1.5 billion and was responsible for expansion into new markets.
“We are very pleased to welcome a banking veteran of Ed’s caliber to Colony Bank,” R. Dallis “D” Copeland, Jr., president of Colony, said. “A key part of our strategic initiative has been investing, innovating, and leveraging our various lines of business, while also seeking out additional opportunities for product line expansion for our existing customers.”
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