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.
WilliamHartman retired from the board of York, Pa.-based , effective Sept.22.
Hartman's decision to retire is reflective of his desire tocontinue to provide leadership to the York community and to have more availabletime with his family, according to an Oct. 11 news release.
After retiring from banking in 2009, Hartman returned toYork and served as president, director and CEO of the York County CommunityFoundation until 2015.
Memphis, Tenn.-based First Tennessee Bank NA appointed president of its mid-Atlanticregion, succeeding JohnFox, who has been named chairman of the region.
According to an Oct. 11 news release, Richard Shaffer willsucceed Frank as regional president of the bank's community banking group inTennessee. Shaffer previously managed commercial products for the unit.
Tulsa, Okla.-based BOK Financial Corp. named treasurer, effectiveimmediately, according to an Oct. 11 news release.
Emmons previously served as senior vice president and assetand liability manager. He replaces Marty Grunst, who was promoted to earlier thisyear.
Chattanooga, Tenn.-based Atlantic Capital Bank NA appointed Carolinas market presidentand Dick Ridenhour senior credit manager for regional markets at the newcorporate office that it intends to open in Charlotte, N.C.
DeMarcus most recently served as COO of Yadkin Financial Corp., the parent of , according to an Oct. 11news release.
Ridenhour, who was appointed to his position in June, haspreviously served in senior credit positions at and , over the pastseven years.
Atlantic Capital Bank is a subsidiary of
Warsaw, N.Y.-based Five Star Bank, a unit of , namedEdward Oexle Buffaloregional president.
Oexle has more than 25 years of commercial bankingexperience in Buffalo, according to an Oct. 11 news release.
Raleigh, N.C.-based Paragon Commercial Bank, a subsidiary of , namedMary Thacker seniorvice president and client development officer.
Hamilton, Bermuda-based Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son Ltd. appointedJohn Richmondmanaging director of its subsidiary Butterfield Trust (Bermuda) Ltd., effectiveimmediately.
Richmond, who previously served as head of the family officeat Bermuda Trust Co. Ltd., has over 21 years of experience managing complextrust structures for ultra-high net worth families across multiplejurisdictions.
He replaces Martin Pollock, who is leaving Butterfield topursue a new opportunity outside of Bermuda, according to an Oct. 11 newsrelease.