Bank Veteran Oliver Joins Floridian Community Bank

Floridian Community Bank welcomes Dan Oliver as its new Executive Vice President/Chief Lending Officer. In his new role, Oliver will oversee the bank’s commercial lending activities and will work at the bank’s main office in Davie. He will also be a part of the management team.

Oliver brings with him 35 years of experience in banking and Oliver,Dan-Floridian-Community-Bankcommercial real estate. Prior to joining Floridian Community Bank, he served several senior level positions in Espiritu Santo Bank, Intercredit Bank, Broward Bank of Commerce and Mercantile Bank. He has extensive experience as a Chief Lending Officer in South Florida.

As the new Chief Lending Officer at Floridian Community Bank, Oliver will lead the staff of loan officers who are responsible for providing funding solutions to commercial and business and asset-based loans. He will also focus on developing strategic plans for the credit function and continue to develop the bank’s lending policies.

“We’re happy to have Dan onboard. He instantly adds years of experience and insight to our management team, and we’re confident he’ll guide the lending department in the right direction,” said Joseph Marzouca, CEO. The bank and its clients are looking forward to having Oliver on the team. Lee Frankhouser, the bank’s president, said, “He has an international banking background, along with years of experience in residential lending, which makes our lending services even stronger in South Florida.”

About Floridian Community Bank
Floridian Community Bank, a state-chartered bank. opened in 2003. It serves professionals, individuals and businesses of all sizes. The Bank provides competitive products and services while constantly seeking new and innovative solutions for our customers. For more information, go to the bank’s website:

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