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Banking management and director moves

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.

ScottSnyder was elected to the board of Lancaster, Pa.-based , effectiveJuly 18.

Snyder has served as president and chief strategy officer ofBoston- and Philadelphia-based Mobiquity Inc. since 2011, according to a July19 news release.


Natick, Mass.-based Middlesex Savings Bank electedDonna Gallo, Brian Lanigan and Ian Rubin trustees of Middlesex Bancorp MHC, Banker and Tradesman reported July 18. Gallo serves asan assistant professor of management at Clark University, while Rubin ispractice lead in retail banking and consumer payments at Lanigan, who wasalso elected a director of the bank, is the bank's first executive vicepresident and COO.


VincentPalagiano informed the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York on July 18 that hewill not be standing for re-election at the bank's director elections thisyear.

Palagiano's term of office ends Dec. 31, according to a Form8-K filed July 19.


River CitiesBank, a unit of RiverCities Bancshares Inc., named CraigPhilipp senior vice president July 12, the Baraboo News Republic reported July 15.

Philipp, who has been with the Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.-basedbank since 2009, has been managing the Baraboo, Wis., branch and taking chargeof the bank's business banking development efforts.


Rockville, Md.-based Capital Bank NA, a subsidiary of , appointed BrianBlonder senior vice president of mortgage sales, according to a July 19 newsrelease.

Blonder has been a mortgage loan originator with CapitalBank Mortgage for two-and-a-half years.