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S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a weekly news summary of executive management and board chair-level changes in the bank and thrift industry.

Jan. 2

Kirk Fox, CEO and director of Harrisburg, Pa.-based Riverview Financial Corp. and unit Riverview Bank, has resigned.

Brett Fulk, the president and director of both entities, will succeed Fox as CEO of both the company and the bank.


Lourdes Leon Guerrero has resigned as chair, president and CEO of BankGuam Holding Co. and unit Bank of Guam to prepare for her inauguration as governor of Guam.

Joaquin Cook, who was executive vice president and chief sales and service officer of both entities, was appointed interim president and CEO.


State Bank Financial Corp. Chairman Joe Evans joined Cadence Bancorp.'s board as vice chairman after the two companies completed their merger.

Tom Wiley, CEO and vice chairman of Atlanta-based State Bank, also joined the board of Houston-based Cadence Bancorp. and was named chairman of Cadence Bank NA.

Dec. 31, 2018

Scott Mabrey was appointed CEO of Bixby, Okla.-based Mabrey Bank as Carlisle Mabrey III will move to executive chairman.

In connection with this, John Pixley will take over Scott Mabrey's previous role as president, while Carlisle Mabrey IV was appointed COO.

Dec. 27, 2018

National Bank of Indianapolis President and CEO Morris Maurer is retiring on Jan. 4, the Indianapolis Business Journal reported. Maurer will remain a director and will serve as a consultant to the Indianapolis-based bank.

Mark Bruin, who is executive vice president and chief banking officer, will succeed Maurer.