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Green Dot chief revenue officer leaving; U.S. Bancorp adds board member

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes in the financial services and bank and thrift industries. This feature excludes key C-level leadership changes, which are covered separately, and stories previously covered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Banking

Arlington, Va.-based National Consumer Cooperative Bank appointed Phil Schmidt senior vice president of customer strategy innovation.

Before his appointment, Schmidt was general manager for Marriott International's digital services team.

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Kansas City, Mo.-based North American Savings Bank FSB named Tim Franchett chief information officer. He most recently served at H&R Block as vice president of technology services.

NASB Financial Inc. is the parent company of North American Savings Bank.

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Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp elected John Wiehoff to its board, effective Jan. 20, 2020.

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Denver-based First Western Trust Bank hired Bonifacio Sandoval as market president with a focus on the Broomfield, Colo., area.

Sandoval is vice chair of the Boulder Chamber of Commerce Board.

First Western Financial Inc. is the parent company of First Western Trust Bank.

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Citigroup Inc. announced its 2019 managing director promotions, Business Insider reported.

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Brad Conner, head of consumer banking at Providence, R.I.-based Citizens Financial Group Inc., will retire, effective March 3, 2020.

Brendan Coughlin, who leads consumer deposits and lending, was named Conner's successor, effective Jan. 27, 2020.

Additionally, Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Virtual Channels Beth Johnson was promoted to chief experience officer, effective Jan. 27, 2020.

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Charlotte, N.C.-based Truist Financial Corp. appointed 24 regional presidents.

Financial services

EVO Payments Inc. board member Matthew Raino resigned, effective Dec. 10. The decision did not stem from any disagreements with the company.

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Bank of New York Mellon Corp. board member Steven Black resigned, effective Dec. 10.

Board member John Hinshaw also resigned, effective Dec. 6.

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Green Dot Corp. Chief Revenue Officer Brett Narlinger is leaving to pursue other interests, effective Dec. 31.

Furthermore, Senior Vice President of Business Development Seth Ross was promoted to chief of enterprise partnerships, effective Dec. 10.