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Origin Bancorp adds board member; State Street names chief information officer

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.


Ruston, La.-based Origin Bancorp Inc. appointed Stacey Goff to its board and that of its unit Origin Bank, effective Jan. 1, 2020.

Goff is executive vice president, general counsel and chief administrative officer for CenturyLink Inc.


Cloverdale, Ind.-based First National Bank hired Brad Jones as regional market executive and president of the bank's Charlotte market.

Jones most recently was executive vice president of the Carolinas region for BBVA.

F.N.B. Corp. is the parent company of First National Bank.

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State Street Corp. appointed Brian Franz chief information officer, effective in January 2020. He joins from Diageo PLC, where he most recently was chief productivity officer.


Mercer Inc. appointed Raelan Lambert as global alternatives leader in its global wealth business, Pensions & Investments reported, citing a spokesman.

She replaces Donn Cox, who will continue as a senior adviser until March 2020 and leave to spend more time with his family and pursue entrepreneurial interests.

Lambert was previously global head of private debt at Mercer, and she will continue in that role on an interim basis as the company finds a permanent replacement.