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Banking management and director moves

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Banking management and director moves

S&P Global Market Intelligencepresents a daily roundup of management and board changes in the bank and thriftindustry. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and stories previouslycovered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Winston-Salem,N.C.-based BB&T Corp.named Rob Bowlby presidentof its North Texas region, effective Aug. 1.

Bowlbywill assume the role held by Brant Standridge, who has been named to BB&T's executive management team. Bowlby currentlyserves as market president in Miami.


Sacramento,Calif.-based River City Banknamed Janette Moyniersenior vice president and premier banking manager. Moynier previously served asvice president and area manager at FirstBank in Roseville, Calif., according to a July 14 news release.

CreveCoeur, Mo.-based First Bank is a subsidiary of Clayton, Mo.-based


Hamburg,N.Y.-based Evans Bancorp Inc.,the parent of Evans Bank NA,appointed Michael Battleto its board of directors, filling the vacancy left by the December 2015 of Kenneth Kirst. Battlewill serve as a director for a term expiring at the 2017 annual meeting of shareholders.

Battleis a partner of Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Washington, D.C., and a member ofthe firm's litigation department. His primary practice focuses on commercial andcivil litigation, white collar criminal matters and appeals.


joined as managing director and head of transaction banking sales for . Based in Irvine, Calif.,Bucher reports to Ranjana Clark, head of transaction banking Americas and for MUFG and MUFGUnion Bank.

Bucher most recently served as senior vice president and divisionalmanager for treasury management at Cincinnati-based U.S. Bank NA, a subsidiary of Minneapolis-based .


Iselin, N.J.-based ProvidentBank, a subsidiary of ProvidentFinancial Services Inc., named SukChang senior vice president of commercial lending. He will be responsiblefor developing and managing commercial loans in Metro Philadelphia.

Chang previously served as a senior relationship manager at TDBank, a unit of Toronto-Dominion Bank.


The Woodlands, Texas-based Woodforest National Bank, a unit of Woodforest Financial Group Inc., appointed BillPeele to lead its commercial banking team in Charlotte, N.C., the Charlotte Business Journal reported July14.

Peele was previously with Weston, Fla.-based , a subsidiaryof FCB Financial Holdings Inc.,according to the report.


Doral, Fla.-based U.S.Century Bank named EnriqueVillaronga executive vice president and head of the residential lending division,according to a report published on Citybizlist South Florida.

Villaronga previously served as residential lending director at Miami-based .