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3 M&T Bank Corp. vice chairmen assume late president's responsibilities

Following the death of M&T Bank Corp. President Mark Czarnecki, the Buffalo, N.Y.-based company delegated his responsibilities to three vice chairmen, Richard Gold, Renè Jones and Kevin Pearson.

Gold, who has served as M&T's chief risk officer since 2014, will now be responsible for the company's retail banking, business banking, mortgage and consumer lending and marketing divisions. He will also maintain his responsibilities in the company's legal division. John D'Angelo, who has worked in the company's audit division for the past 11 years, was named the new chief risk officer.

Jones, who has served as the company's CFO for 11 years, will assume responsibilities in the company's human resources division. He will also continue to lead the company's Wilmington Trust and treasury division.

Pearson, who has worked to expand the company's commercial banking and credit divisions, will now also be responsible for the company's technology and banking operations division.

Furthermore, the company named Neil Hosty executive vice president and Julie Urban senior vice president and general auditor.