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.
Miami-basedTerrabank NA named ThaymellMartin senior vice president and branch business development manager incharge of the bank's domestic branches, the SouthFlorida SunSentinel reported April 27. Martin previously worked atMiami-based TotalBank, serving as senior vice president and marketmanager, according to the report.
promoted VincentFertitta to market president for the San Antonio region, the San Antonio Business Journal reportedApril 27. Fertitta, who previously served as local market leader at , succeeded Kenny Wilson, who retired from the bank in Marchafter 16 years in the position, according to the report.
has beenelected to the board of Lebanon, Ohio-based LCNB Corp. and unit LCNB National Bank, according to a Form 8-K filed April27. Krueckeberg is a certified public accountant with her own firm. Prior tostarting her own firm, she was a partner at KPMG LLP.
joined the board ofStillwater, Okla.-based SouthwestBancorp Inc. and unit Bank SNB, effective April 20, according to an April 27press release. Shrum, a doctor of osteopathic medicine, serves as president ofthe Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences.
joined the board of Paragon Bank, a unit of ,according to an April 27 press release. Scheidt is the chairman of BridgeCapital Asset Funding, and Vaughn is the former CEO/administrator at BaptistMemorial Hospital for Women before she retired earlier this month.
joined Providence,R.I.-based Citizens BankNA, a unit of CitizensFinancial Group Inc., as head of business banking sales, accordingto an April 27 press release. Murphy has more than 25 years of experience,previously serving as managing director of business banking for Boston-basedSantander Bank NA, aunit of Santander Holdings USAInc.
EdwardJankowski, Cathleen Schmidt, and Susan Windham-Bannister joined theboard of Cambridge, Mass.-based Cambridge Bancorp, replacing three directors whoretired, according to an April 27 press release.
Jankowski served as senior vice president and directorof residential lending and compliance at Rockland, Mass.-based , a unit of Schmidt isthe executive director and CEO at the law firm of McLane Middleton ProfessionalAssociation. Windham-Bannister is a managing partner at Biomedical InnovationAdvisors LLC and president and CEO at Medical Growth Strategies LLC.
Irvine, Calif.-based named managing director andsenior client manager for commercial banking in the Los Angeles region,according to an April 27 press release. Landry, a 19-year banking and financeveteran, most recently worked at Citigroup Inc., serving as senior vice president andsenior relationship manager.
Opus Bank also named managing director andsenior client manager for commercial banking in the Arizona region, accordingto an April 27 press release. Shade, a 17-year banking and finance veteran, mostrecently worked at San Francisco-based Bank of the West, a unit of , serving as vicepresident of the national banking division.