University of South Alabama, Office of Public Relations
 
November 3, 2010
Contact: Jennifer Z. Ekman, Publicrelations, (251) 460-6360
 

RBC Bank President Reggie Davis Speaks at
USA’s Mitchell College of Business

 

In this photo, Davis is welcomed to the University of South Alabama Mitchell College of Business. From left, RBC Bank Market Executive Cedric Hatcher, USA Mitchell College of Business Dean Dr. Carl Moore, and Davis
In this photo, Davis is welcomed to the University of South Alabama Mitchell College of Business. From left, RBC Bank Market Executive Cedric Hatcher, USA Mitchell College of Business Dean Dr. Carl Moore, and Davis.

RBC Bank President Reggie Davis recently visited the University of South Alabama’s Mitchell College of Business as part of the RBC Bank Distinguished Lecture Series.

Davis’ lecture wa s part of the RBC Bank Distinguished Lecture Series at the USA Mitchell College of Business, the first lectureship at the Mitchell College of Business. The bank covers the costs of two annual lectures from business or community leaders on a variety of topics. The program is now in its second year.

Based in Raleigh, N.C., Davis leads the bank’s client-focused teams with responsibility for achieving and exceeding client satisfaction and revenue goals. He oversees Retail Banking, Commercial Markets, Specialized Businesses, Private Banking and Residential Mortgages. He has more than 25 years of banking experience.

Prior to joining RBC Bank, he served in seven executive roles with Wachovia since joining the bank in 1985. Among his previous roles at Wachovia, Davis was executive vice president and Eastern Banking Group executive, where he led retail and wholesale activities in 20 states. He also developed and executed a best-practices program that improved consistency and increased efficiency across the bank.

A native of Hartford, Conn., Davis graduated from Morehouse College in Atlanta with a bachelor’s degree in Insurance and Actuarial Science.  He is an active member of the community, currently serving on the boards of The Studio Museum in Harlem and Malaria No More and as chairman of the Division of Business Administration and Economics, Morehouse College Dean’s Advisory Board.  He is also a mentor at the Morehouse College Mentorship Program and has been involved in The American Cancer Society and Teach for America. 

Among several prestigious recognitions, Davis was named one of the “75 Most Powerful African-Americans in Corporate America” by Black Enterprise Magazine and was presented the Award of Excellence by The Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund.

 
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