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Coastal Banking Company, Inc. (the “Company”) is a bank holding company headquartered in Beaufort, South Carolina organized to own all of the common stock of its subsidiary, CBC National Bank (the “Bank”). The principal activity of the Bank is to provide banking services for its domestic markets.
Coastal Banking Company, Inc. (the “Company”) is a bank holding company headquartered in Beaufort, South Carolina organized to own all of the common stock of its subsidiary, CBC National Bank (the “Bank”). The principal activity of the Bank is to provide banking services for its domestic markets.

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First Federal Bancorp, Inc., Completes Merger With Coastal Banking Company, Inc.

CBC has been merged with and into First Federal. The merger adds full-service banking offices in Fernandina Beach, Ocala, and The Villages, Fla., and Beaufort and Port Royal, S.C., mortgage lending offices in Florida, across the Southeast and Midwest, and both SBA and USDA lending offices across Florida and in multiple states. In addition to increased influence in Nassau County, First Federal gains 10,000 customers, approximately $600 million in assets, $425 million in deposits, and $400 million in gross loans.

First Federal will work to integrate CBC systems, processes, products and services over the next several months. The conversion is expected to be complete in August. CBC customers are encouraged to continue banking as they normally do and will receive further information this summer.

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First Federal Bancorp, Inc., Completes Merger With Coastal Banking Company, Inc.
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Federal Bancorp, Inc., Completes Merger With Coastal Banking Company, Inc. LAKE
CITY, Fla., April 2, 2018 – First Federal Bancorp, Inc. (“FFBI”), the holding company
of First Federal Bank of Florida (“First Federal”) today announced that it
has comple...

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Coastal Banking Company Announces Shareholder Approval of Proposed Merger with First Federal Bancorp

BEAUFORT, S.C., Feb. 21, 2018 – Coastal Banking Company Inc. (OTCQX:CBCO), the holding company of CBC National Bank, which operates branches in Beaufort and Port Royal, S.C., and in Fernandina Beach, Ocala, and The Villages, Fla., today announced that its shareholders have approved the previously announced merger transaction with First Federal Bancorp Inc. in a vote that took place yesterday.

“We are gratified and excited to have taken another significant step toward our partnership with First Federal,” said Michael G. Sanchez, chairman and chief executive officer. “The combination of our two organizations, including the vibrant markets we serve, the full array of personal and business financial services and products, and the knowledgeable, personable staff of both companies, will provide our customers with a new level of convenience, service and choice.”

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Coastal Banking Company Announces Shareholder Approval of Proposed Merger with First Federal Bancorp
BEAUFORT, S.C., Feb. 21, 2018 – Coastal
Banking Company Inc. (OTCQX:CBCO), the holding company of CBC National Bank,
which operates branches in Beaufort and Port Royal, S.C., and in Fernandina
Beach, Ocala, and The Villages, Fla., today announced that its s...
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