S&P Global MarketIntelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes in thebank and thrift industry. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes andstories previously covered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.
was elected tothe board of Irvine, Calif.-based Opus Bank at the bank's 2016 annual meeting ofshareholders held on April 28.
Allison,who joined the bank in August 2011, serves as co-president of Opus Bank andpresident of Opus'Commercial Bank. He will hold the board seat previously held byRichard Sanchez, who remains with Opus Bank as executive vice president, chiefrisk officer and chief administrative officer, according to a May 2 newsrelease.
were elected as directors of PWCCapital Inc. Matrundola was subsequently elected as board chair,succeeding William Mitchell, who retired, according to a May 2 news release.
Dagnoneserved as president and CEO of Saskatoon's Royal University Hospital and LondonHealth Sciences Centre. Matrundola joined PWC's unit, , in 2003 as vice president of public and corporate affairs.
At Coeur d'Alene, Idaho-based , was elected tothe board, according to a May 2 news release. D'Ambrosio is the director ofeCommerce for Agri Beef, which is headquartered in Boise, Idaho.
BeverlyDonaldson and Cheryl Krueger joined the board of Gahanna,Ohio-based HeartlandBancCorp, according to a May 2 news release.
Donaldson is president of The Inns Management Group ofNewark, Ohio. Krueger, the founder and former president and CEO of Cheryl &Co., recently founded KRUEGER & CO. Consulting Inc. and serves as its CEO.
Dr. Arthur Bing, John Haines and Gerald McClainretired from the board. Bing and McClain had served as directors of the companyand unit HeartlandBank since 1989. Haines had been a director of the bank since 1988 andwas elected to the company's board in April 1999.
Walla Walla, Wash.-based Banner Corp. and unit Banner Bank on April 26 accepted the resignation ofConstance Kravasfrom the boards of the company and the bank. Her resignation is effective April30.
Kravas, who had served as a director of the companysince 2004, is the University of Washington's vice president for universityadvancement and president of the University of Washington Foundation. Kravasresigned as a director of the company and the bank "due to the increaseddemands on her time and attention as the University prepares for a majorfunding campaign," according to a Form 8-K filed May 2.
In connection with Kravas' resignation, the companydetermined to reduce the number of its directors from 17 to 16, which iseffective April 30.
LuisCastro, former senior vice president and senior private banker at IDB Bankin Aventura, Fla., has joined Miami Lakes, Fla.-based as vice president andbranch sales leader, the Miami Herald reportedMay 2.
IDBBank is a registered service markof Israel Discount Bank of NewYork, a unit of Discount Bancorp Inc.
Yreka, Calif.-based Scott Valley Bank, a subsidiary of , named PatrickMoty market president for Redding, Calif., the Redding Record Searchlight reported May 2. Moty previously servedas CEO of , a unitof Bank of CommerceHoldings.