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Highlands Bankshares director resigns; Gladstone Capital names managing director

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes in the financial services and bank and thrift industries. This feature excludes key C-level leadership changes, which are covered separately, and stories previously covered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Banking

Irvine, Calif.-based Opus Bank appointed Melanie Cibik to its board, effective Aug. 5. Cibik will also serve on the compensation and nominating and corporate governance committees.

Cibik is senior vice president, general counsel, chief compliance officer and secretary of Teledyne Technologies Inc.

Concurrently, director Mark Schaffer resigned from his position, citing the board's retirement policy.

Director Marsha Cameron will succeed Schaffer as chair of the nominating and corporate governance committee.

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Abingdon, Va.-based Highlands Bankshares Inc. and unit Highlands Union Bank director Edward Rosinus resigned Aug. 1.

Michael Rosinus succeeded Edward Rosinus as a director of the company and bank on the same day.

The company plans to appoint Michael Rosinus to the risk and nominating and corporate governance committees.

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McLean, Va.-based VisionBank Chairman and CEO Melinda McClure will join North Garden, Va.-based Old Dominion National Bank.

McClure will be executive vice president and chief strategy officer at Old Dominion.

VisionBank COO and general counsel Richard Horn will also join Old Dominion as executive vice president and general counsel.

Financial Services

NexPoint Residential Trust Inc. hired Angela Barbera and Kirby Noel for new executive roles.

Barbera, who joins from Steadfast Capital Markets Group, will be managing director and head of national accounts. Noel will take over as managing director and national sales manager. He previously worked at Realty Capital Securities LLC and AXA Distributors.

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DFG Investment Advisers Inc. promoted co-portfolio manager Timothy Milton to partner.

Roberta Goss, also co-portfolio manager, left the company to join another credit platform.

In addition, the company hired Eduardo Cabral as managing director for its credit research team. Cabral has served as portfolio manager and senior analyst for long and short funds since 2011.

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Walker & Dunlop Inc. Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer Richard Warner will retire, effective May 1, 2020.

Warner will work with the company on a transition plan.

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Gladstone Capital Corp. named Jeff Kolke as managing director to open the company's Chicago office.

Before joining, Kolke was a managing director at Monroe Capital LLC.

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FleetCor Technologies Inc. named John Coughlin group president of corporate payments.

He had been executive vice president of global corporate development since joining the firm in 2010.

Coughlin succeeds Kurt Adams, who accepted another job.