December 5, 2017
The Post and Courier
Greenville partner Neil E. Grayson is assisting Beacon Community Bank to open its first branch in Charleston, S.C. early next year. The group recently obtained the conditional federal and state approvals it needs to establish its first branch, based partly on its raising at least $22 million in startup capital from private investors and other conditions. Beacon is one of the few true startups since the recession, but in an interview with Charleston’s The Post and Courier, Grayson says that startup freeze is beginning to thaw.
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