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Steve Pike

Steve Pike
Founding Principal
Hometown: Fort Knox, KY
  • B.A., Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
  • M.B.A., UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Work History
  • Citizens and Southern National Bank
  • NationsBank
  • Central Carolina Bank

Steve has been helping individuals, foundations, and businesses analyze, understand, and plan for their financial future for more than 30 years. He particularly enjoys working with individuals to understand their financial goals, needs, fears, and options as they plan for retirement and the legacy they desire to leave to their children, grandchildren, and in many cases, their community.

Steve co-founded Investors Trust Company in 2003, as an executive vice president. He was named president of the company in December, 2007. From November, 1998 until October, 2003, Steve was a senior vice president at Central Carolina Bank, and from June, 1980, until November, 1998, he was employed by NationsBank and its predecessor companies, rising to senior vice president.

Steve currently serves on the boards of the Hope Valley Country Club, as president, and the Mayflower Society in the State of North Carolina as governor; and is a past deputy governor and past treasurer of the North Carolina Society.

His other charitable work has included Carolina Meadows (chairman), the Durham Technical Community College Foundation, the CCB Foundation, The Durham County Library Foundation (vice-president), the Durham Historical Preservation Society, the Vestry of St. Philips Episcopal Church (treasurer), and the Durham Educational Network. In 2014, Steve, humbly, received an "All Saints Award" by the parishioners of St. Philips Church.

Additionally, Steve has written two books on family history, and has been published in The Mayflower Quarterly magazine.

A graduate of Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, with a degree in Economics, Steve also holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He lives in Durham, NC, with his wife, Nancy. Steve and Nancy have four grown children.

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