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Umpqua Bank names execs for southwest region; Mercantil Bank director resigns

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.

Roseburg, Ore.-based Umpqua Bank tapped two San Francisco-based Bank of the West executives to build its middle-market business across the southwest region.

Umpqua Bank named Kris Ilkov executive vice president and southwest regional director. Ilkov, who was a managing director and regional manager at Bank of the West, will oversee Umpqua Bank's offices in San Diego, Reno, Nev., and Las Vegas.

Jason Antrim, who served as vice president at Bank of the West, was named senior vice president and corporate banking managing director. He will lead Umpqua Bank's San Diego office.

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Michael Normile and John Arnold will retire from the board of Enterprise Financial Services Corp., effective as of the company's 2019 annual meeting.

Normile, a retired accountant, has been a director of the Clayton, Mo.-based company since October 2017. He was senior vice president and treasurer at Mercantile Bancorp Inc., according to information from S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Arnold is retiring due to reaching the mandatory retirement age for directors. Arnold was previously executive vice president of corporate risk management at US Bank, among other roles, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence data.

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Randee Koger, a director of Andover, Kan.-based Equity Bank, has been nominated for election to the board of Equity Bancshares Inc. at the company's April 24 annual shareholders meeting.

Koger resigned from Equity Bancshares' board in 2018. She is a partner at law firm Wise & Reber LC.

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Carl Schneider Jr. will not stand for re-election to the board of Baton Rouge, La.,-based Investar Holding Corp. at the company's May 22 annual shareholders meeting.

Schneider decided to resign due to the internal policies of Gray and Co. Inc., where he is chief information officer.

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Mark Bugge resigned as director of Holland, Mich.-based Macatawa Bank Corp. on March 21.

Bugge co-owns Little Harbor LLC and is the CFO and controller of VA Enterprises LLC, according to information from S&P Global Market Intelligence.

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Alejandro Gonzalez Sosa resigned from the boards of Coral Gables, Fla.-based Mercantil Bank Holding Corp. and its unit Amerant Bank NA.

Gonzalez has been a director of Mercantil Bank Holding since 2004. He was global executive coordination manager of Amerant Bank and Mercantil Banco Universal, according to information from Market Intelligence.

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Timothy Huval is resigning from the board of Seacoast Banking Corp. of Florida, effective April 1, due to personal reasons.

Huval joined the Stuart, Fla.-based bank's board in July 2016. He has been chief human resources officer of health and well-being company Humana Inc. since January 2013, according to information from Market Intelligence.