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Banking management and director moves

S&P Global MarketIntelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes in thebank and thrift industry. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes andstories previously covered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

named ChipSmallwood head of commercial banking in Alabama, the Birmingham Business Journal reported April 8. Smallwood's careerincludes serving asmarket president for Central Florida and wholesale executive atCincinnati-based Fifth Third Bank,a unit of Cincinnati-based FifthThird Bancorp, according to the report.


Marietta, Ohio-based , a subsidiary ofPeoples Bancorp Inc.,appointed Cindy Crottyexecutive vice president and regional president, and Doug Wyatt executive vicepresident of commercial banking, according to an April 8 news release.

Crotty, who will manage all operations of the bank innortheast Ohio and surrounding markets, most recently served as executive vicepresident and commercial segment head at Cleveland-based , a unit of . Crotty will beginher new position with Peoples Bank on April 11 in the Beachwood, Ohio, office.

Wyatt, who will be responsible for developing andleading a significant portion of the commercial line of business includingcentral and southeast Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky, most recently served asexecutive vice president and senior commercial banker for Fifth Third Bank.Wyatt will begin his work with Peoples Bank on May 2 in the Worthington, Ohio,office


Vancouver,Wash.-based Riverview CommunityBank, a subsidiary of Riverview Bancorp Inc., promoted Senior Vice PresidentSteven Plambeck tocommercial team leader for the Oregon market, according to an April 7 newsrelease. Additionally, Plambeck will continue his emphasis onmedical banking.


AtGreen Bay, Wis.-based AssociatedBank NA, a unit of Associated Banc-Corp, was promoted to senior vicepresident, private banking relationship manager and market coordinator,according to an April 6 news release. Maney has been with the bank since 2007.

Inaddition, ChristinaEngland was promoted to senior vice president and senior directorof client services with Associated Private Client Services, according to anApril 7 news release. England, who has more than 25 years of insurance industryexperience, started her career with Associated Financial Group in 1997.


will joinBusiness First Bank'sloan production office in Metairie, La., as senior vice president andcommercial banker, according to an April 6 news release. Palermo has more than15 years of experience in New Orleans-area banking, lending and customerrelations.

BatonRouge, La.-based Business First Bank is a subsidiary of Christopher Keene serves as president of the bank's New Orleans market.


Clayton, Mo.-based Business Bank of Saint Louis, a unit of , appointedTed Kraizer seniorvice president of commercial lending, according to an April 1 news release.Kraizer has more than 30 years of banking experience in accounting, credit andas chief lending officer.


WilliamShickluna, who has been with M&T Bank Corp. for 25 years, has been promoted tosenior vice president, The Buffalo (N.Y.)News reported April 10.


Stuttgart, Ark.-based , a unitof Farmers and MerchantsBankshares Inc., promoted DavidHardke to community bank president of Prairie County, Ark., and named KirkVansandt community bank president for South Arkansas County and Lee County,Ark., the Stuttgart Daily Leader reportedApril 8.

Hardke has more than 44 years of banking experience,including 20 years with Farmers & Merchants Bank. Vansandt, a loan officerspecializing in agriculture lending, has been with the bank since 2008,according to the report.


GregSchwerdt joined the board of Topeka, Kan.-based Alliance Bank, a subsidiary of , The Topeka Capital-Journal reportedApril 10. Schwerdt is the founder and president of Schwerdt DesignGroup and the head of Schwerdt Contract Interiors, according to the report.


Amy Ott,the president of Boylan Catholic High School, joined the board of Rockford,Ill.-based Northwest Bank ofRockford, a unit of Foresight Financial Group Inc., according to a reportposted April 2 on rrstar.com.