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Origin Bancorp director to resign; Deluxe SVP to step down

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 C-level leadership changes and stories previously covered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Banking

Los Angeles-based City National Bank appointed Nick Zappia to lead its private banking teams in downtown Los Angeles, Pasadena and Manhattan Beach, Calif.

Zappia previously worked for BNY Mellon's private banking unit, where he was director of the West region.

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John Pietrzak will not stand for re-election to the board of Origin Bancorp Inc. at the 2019 annual shareholders meeting.

Pietrzak has been a director at the Ruston, La.-based company since 2013. He serves as a managing principal at Castle Creek Capital LLC, Castle Creek Capital Partners V LP and Castle Creek Capital Partners IV LP, according to information from S&P Global Market Intelligence.

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First Business Bank added Nick Schmidt to its Northeast Wisconsin Market Advisory board of directors.

Schmidt is a commercial real estate adviser at NAI Pfefferle in Fox Valley, Wis.

Financial services

Maureen O'Toole resigned as a director of Ceres Managed Futures LLC.

O'Toole is the head of managed Futures at Morgan Stanley Investment Management Inc., according to Market Intelligence data.

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Julie Loosbrock will resign from Deluxe Corp., where she serves as senior vice president of human resources, effective April 30.