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Banking management and director moves

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.

* Debora Webber joined Seattle-based First Sound Bank as senior vice president and relationship manager of commercial lending. She was a commercial banker with Seattle-based HomeStreet Bank, a unit of HomeStreet Inc.

* Paoli, Pa.-based Malvern Bancorp Inc. promoted William Boylan to executive vice president and chief lending officer of Malvern Federal Savings Bank. Boylan joined the bank in August 2015 and was named senior vice president and chief lending officer in April 2016.

* Indiana, Pa.-based S&T Bancorp Inc. nominated Robert Kane to its board as Jack Delaney and William Gatti retire. The changes will take effect following the S&T Bank parent's annual meeting of shareholders on May 15.

Kane is the president and chief executive officer of Reliant Holdings Inc. According to a regulatory filing, Delaney has been the president of Delaney Chevrolet Inc. since 1971 and Riehle Chevrolet Inc. since 1983, while Gatti is the owner of Gatti Medical Supply Inc. and has served as CEO of Gatti LTC Pharmacy since 2008.

* With plans to open a new office in Princeton, N.J., Bryn Mawr Bank Corp. tapped wealth professionals from Pittsburgh-based PNC Financial Services Group Inc.'s PNC Wealth Management to form the foundation of its organization in the state.

The Bryn Mawr, Pa.-based company appointed Elizabeth Walsh senior vice president to lead the Bryn Mawr Trust Co. team in Princeton. Other appointees were Francis Keene as senior vice president and investment adviser, Paul Gaudio as senior vice president and wealth planner, and Kimberly Kingsland as senior vice president and wealth adviser.

* Boston-based State Street Corp. made several appointments within its global technology services group.

Joining from IBM where he was a fellow and the chief architect for analytics, big data and blockchain platforms, Ravi Arimill was named senior vice president and head of technology research. State Street also appointed Pinar Emirdag senior vice president and head of digital product development and Kirk Wylie senior vice president and principal risk architect. Emirdag and Wylie will both be based in London.

* Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bank appointed Michael McKay, the bank's senior commercial banker, interim president of the Tennessee region, the Nashville (Tenn.) Business Journal reported.

The Fifth Third Bancorp unit is searching for a permanent replacement for Hal Clemmer, who left the bank less than a year after he took on the regional president role in August 2016, the publication added.