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KeyBank names market president; Nevada State Bank promotes 4 execs to SVP

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes in the bank and thrift industry. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and stories previously covered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

* IBERIABANK Corp. appointed Rosa Sugrañes to its board. Sugrañes is the founder and former CEO of Iberia Tiles, which was sold in 2012.

Her appointment brings the Lafayette, La.-based company's board size to 12 directors.

According to a regulatory filing, the board amended the bylaws to change the number of authorized directors of the company to 12 from 11.

* Nevada State Bank, a division of ZB NA, promoted four executives to senior vice president, according to a press release posted on Nevada Business.

Megan Comfort, who became Small Business Administration and small business sales manager in 2016, was named senior vice president and small business manager. Dinesh Lachhwani, who joined the bank in 2010 and currently manages a team of underwriters, was named senior vice president and corporate banking underwriter manager. Vanessa Teeter, who became relationship manager and vice president in 2012, was promoted to senior vice president and corporate banking sales manager. Jennifer Turner, a retail business banking sales manager since 2015, was named senior vice president and business banking sales manager.

Salt Lake City-based ZB is a unit of Zions Bancorp.

* KeyBank NA promoted Juan Gonzalez to central Indiana market president, Inside INdiana Business reported.

This is in addition to his position as business banking sales leader.

The Cleveland-based bank is a unit of KeyCorp.