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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 key C-level leadership changes, which are covered separately, and stories previously covered by S&P Global Market Intelligence.


San Francisco-based First Republic Bank hired a six-member team of wealth managers for First Republic Investment Management Inc. in South Florida.

Salvatore Tiano, John Smyth, Louis Ventura and Daniel Tumba were appointed managing directors and wealth managers. Jason O'Brien and Gregory Saville were named vice president and wealth manager, respectively.

The team will be based in Jupiter, Fla., and will provide investment management, retirement planning, investment consulting and other wealth management services to individuals, families, nonprofits and private family foundations.

The team members worked at J.P. Morgan Securities before joining First Republic. Tiano was a managing director and portfolio manager; Smyth previously was executive director and portfolio manager; Ventura previously was a managing director; and Tumba previously was executive director and portfolio manager. O'Brien was vice president, while Saville was investment associate.


Fishers, Ind.-based First Internet Bancorp unit First Internet Bank of Indiana named Greg Gala vice president, senior business development officer of its small business administration lending team.


Paramus, N.J.-based SB One Bank named Daisy Berger vice president of marketing and communications.

Berger's most recent financial services roles include strategic marketing executive for New York Region of Bank of America, director of credit card acquisitions for Citibank NA and digital marketing manager for Isuzu Finance of America.


Samuel Uhl will retire from Corydon, Ind.-based First Capital Inc.'s board, effective upon the conclusion of the board meeting on Jan. 21.

Uhl's term as a class 2 director was set to end at the annual meeting of shareholders in 2022.


Wilmington, Ohio-based Wilmington Savings Bank added Walt Rowsey and Patricia Herron to its board, News Journal reported.


Florence, S.C.-based First Reliance Bank added Robby Hill to its board.

Hill was CEO of the technology firm Hillsouth, which he started in Florence, S.C., in 1999.


Honesdale, Pa.-based Dimeco Inc. subsidiary Dime Bank promoted William Boyle senior vice president, chief lending officer.

Boyle, who has been with the bank since 2011, most recently was chief credit officer.

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Terra Firma Capital Corp. appointed Jeremy Scheetz managing director. Scheetz most recently was the co-head of Tricon Capital Group Inc. in its San Francisco office before he joined the company.


BTIG LLC added Guillaume de Chabaneix and Michael Willis to its outsource trading division in London.

De Chabaneix and Willis will join the division from the firm's equity sales and trading business, where they held senior roles for about a decade.


The boards of First Keystone Corp. and unit First Keystone Community Bank appointed D. Matthew Bower director of the company and the bank.

Bower was named a class C director of the company to serve until the annual meeting of shareholders in 2020.


David Hunt notified Fidelity National Information Services Inc. of his plans to retire from the company's board after his term expires on its upcoming 2020 annual meeting of shareholders.

Hunt served as chairman of the audit committee from 2001 until 2019.