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Bank of Charles Town names SVP; Oppenheimer Holdings elects director

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 C-level leadership changes and stories previously covered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.


Douglas Parish was appointed a director of Bloomington, Minn.-based Bridgewater Bancshares Inc. and unit Bridgewater Bank.

Parish, a certified public accountant and a certified internal auditor, most recently served as senior vice president and chief compliance officer for Ameriprise Financial Inc.


Charles Town, W.Va.-based Bank of Charles Town named Bryan Decker senior vice president and director of marketing and communications.

He previously served as senior vice president of marketing and communications at WashingtonFirst Bank, which was recently acquired by Sandy Spring Bank.

Bank of Charles Town is a subsidiary of Potomac Bancshares Inc.

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Oppenheimer Holdings Inc. elected R. Lawrence Roth to its board to fill a vacancy resulting from the increase in the number of directors to nine from eight.

Roth, 60, is a certified public accountant. He is currently the managing partner of consulting company RLR Strategic Partners LLC.


Frederick Harvey is set to resign as a director of Fannie Mae, effective Aug. 1, following his completion of 10 years of service on the board.

Absent a waiver, Federal Housing Finance Agency corporate governance regulations limit service on Fannie Mae's board to 10 years or age 72, whichever comes first.