Kevin Moran Joins 1880 Bank as Chief Credit Officer

By Joyce C. Dimaculangan

1880 Bank announced that Kevin W. Moran has joined the business as Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer. In this capacity, Moran is responsible for the oversight of various credit functions within the $330mm community bank based on the Delmarva Peninsula, Maryland.

Kevin Moran 1880 BankMoran has over 30′ experience in the financial services industry. Majority of his career was spent serving as a Chief Credit Officer and Senior Regional Loan Officer in Talbot County and the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

He has held key lending and credit administration positions in regional and community banks. Most recently, he worked at Talbot Bank as Senior Vice President/Senior Loan Officer responsible for loan origination and business development activities associated with the lending functions of the bank.

1880 Bank is excited to have Moran on board. “Kevin is family and community oriented with deep roots in the markets we serve. He believes in our bank’s commitment and support to the residents and businesses of Talbot and Dorchester counties and the greater Delmarva region,” remarked Kim C. Liddell, President and CEO of 1880 Bank.

In addition to his career, Moran volunteers his time for the community. He is the Treasurer for the Bay Hundred Youth Task Force, board member of Channel Marker serving Dorchester, Talbot and Caroline counties and member in the Easton Rotary.

Moran earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine.

About 1880 Bank
Founded in 1880 and headquartered in Cambridge, Maryland, 1880 Bank is a community bank that provides a range of financial products and services to individuals and businesses. For more information, go to

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