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RBC unit City National Bank names SVP; Umpqua Bank appoints EVP

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

Darrianne Christian was appointed to the boards of Warsaw, Ind.-based Lakeland Financial Corp. and subsidiary Lake City Bank.

Christian has led several strategic initiatives for BCforward, a global information technology consulting and workforce fulfillment firm she co-founded in 1998.

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City National Bank hired Daniel Brousseau as senior vice president and head of client experience.

Brousseau most recently served as director in the customer experience practice at West Monroe Partners.

Los Angeles-based City National Bank is a unit of Royal Bank of Canada.

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Roseburg, Ore.-based Umpqua Bank appointed Käthe Anchel executive vice president and head of innovation.

Anchel served as director of product management at Citigroup Inc.'s Citi FinTech before joining the Umpqua Holdings Corp. subsidiary.

Financial services

Oliver Sockwell retired from the board of Donnelley Financial Solutions, Inc., effective Oct. 8.

Sockwell is succeeded by Juliet Ellis, whose appointment on the board was effective Oct. 11. Ellis, 59, serves as chief investment officer of US Growth Equities for Invesco Inc.

The board of Donnelley Financial Solutions also voted to grant a two-year waiver of the retirement age policy for its chairman, Richard Crandall.