Leadership

Reggie Holt

President and Chief Executive Officer

Reggie began his Farm Credit career in 1982 serving as a branch manager at the East Carolina Farm Credit in Swan Quarter, North Carolina. In 1985 he transferred to the Farm Credit Bank of Columbia (AgFirst) serving in various credit administration and audit positions until 1992 when he joined Farm Credit of Central Florida as Area Vice President. From 1997 to 2007 Reggie served as Senior Vice President and Director of Agribusiness Lending. In this position he managed the Association’s Commercial, Corporate, Capital Markets, and Crop Insurance lines of business. He also was responsible for the Association’s investments portfolio. Reggie has served in his current position since early 2008.

He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Banking and Finance from East Carolina University, a Master of Business Administration degree from Florida Southern College and is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. Reggie is also a graduate of the Wedgeworth Leadership Institute at the University of Florida. He serves on the Executive Committee of the AgFirst Farm Credit Council. Reggie is a member and past president of the Plant City Rotary Club, has served as treasurer and board member of both the Plant City Chamber of Commerce and the Plant City Economic Development Council.

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Reggie Holt

President and Chief Executive Officer

Reggie began his Farm Credit career in 1982 serving as a branch manager at the East Carolina Farm Credit in Swan Quarter, North Carolina. In 1985 he transferred to the Farm Credit Bank of Columbia (AgFirst) serving in various credit administration and audit positions until 1992 when he joined Farm Credit of Central Florida as Area Vice President. From 1997 to 2007 Reggie served as Senior Vice President and Director of Agribusiness Lending. In this position he managed the Association’s Commercial, Corporate, Capital Markets, and Crop Insurance lines of business. He also was responsible for the Association’s investments portfolio. Reggie has served in his current position since early 2008.

He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Banking and Finance from East Carolina University, a Master of Business Administration degree from Florida Southern College and is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. Reggie is also a graduate of the Wedgeworth Leadership Institute at the University of Florida. He serves on the Executive Committee of the AgFirst Farm Credit Council. Reggie is a member and past president of the Plant City Rotary Club, has served as treasurer and board member of both the Plant City Chamber of Commerce and the Plant City Economic Development Council.

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