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T. Corey Neil, President and CEO, Bank of Tampa

June 5, 2023

Corey Neil serves as President and Chief Executive Officer at The Bank of Tampa and is a member of its Board of Directors. He has been with the bank for 20 years serving in various roles, and has 27 years of banking experience, all of which have been spent in Tampa Bay. Prior to joining The Bank of Tampa in
2003, Corey was employed by SunTrust Bank.

Corey is a passionate leader, focused on strategic initiatives aimed towards growing The Bank of Tampa in the greater Tampa Bay area. A key aspect of this goal is holding steady to The Bank of Tampa’s mission of building meaningful relationships and providing the highest levels of personalized service in meeting the financial needs of professionals, families, and private business owners throughout Tampa Bay. Prior to his role as President and Chief Executive Officer, Corey served in various leadership roles, most recently serving as President and Chief Operating Officer.

Civic involvement became a cornerstone of Corey’s professional career as a result of the valuable experience he gained as a member of The Tampa Connection’s Class of 2002. After graduating, he furthered his association with The Tampa Connection by serving a six-year term on its Board of
Directors, including service as the 2007 Chairman. In addition, Corey is also a graduate of Leadership Tampa’s Class of 2010 and is an alumni member.

Currently, Corey serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Tampa General Hospital Foundation and as a result, also serves on the board of Tampa General Hospital (Ex-officio). Additionally, he serves on the boards of the Hillsborough Education Foundation, The University Club of Tampa and
the Florida Bankers Association. Previously, he served on the Board of Directors for the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce as the Finance Co-Chairman of its Executive Committee.

Corey received his Bachelor of Science in finance from Florida State University in 1996, and completed the Stonier Graduate School of Banking in 2007. He continued his executive education by completing the Columbia University Business School – Advanced Management Program in 2015.