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First of Long Island names new CFO

Glen Head, N.Y.-based First of Long Island Corp. named Jay McConie executive vice president and CFO of the company and its unit, First National Bank of Long Island, effective Jan. 1.

McConie was also appointed treasurer of the company and cashier of the bank, according to a filing. He most recently served as senior vice president and chief investment officer of the bank.

First of Long Island disclosed that effective Jan. 1, Mark Curtis retired as senior executive vice president and CFO of the company and the bank, and as treasurer of the company and cashier of the bank.

Additionally, Paul Daley retired as executive vice president of the company and the bank and as senior commercial banking officer of the bank.

As previously announced, Christopher Becker succeeded Michael Vittorio as president and CEO of First of Long Island and First National Bank of Long Island, effective Jan. 1. Becker was also appointed a director of the company and the bank.

Vittorio will remain a director until the 2020 annual meeting of stockholders, according to the filing.