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Bank of Hawaii promotes 4 to SVP; TransUnion names deputy general counsel

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.


Honolulu-based Bank of Hawaii promoted Matthew Hunter, Andrea Wilson Ignacio, Susan Thoemmes and Melissa Torres-Laing to senior vice presidents.

Hunter is a learning development manager in the bank's people services division and previously served as a vice president, while Thoemmes is a director of technology and operations and was also a vice president before her promotion.

Ignacio was promoted to controller and principal accounting officer in the controllers department as well as senior vice president. She previously was a vice president in the accounting department.

Torres-Laing was also made communications manager and previously was vice president and corporate communications team leader.

Bank of Hawaii Corp. is the parent company of Bank of Hawaii.


Winnebago, Ill.-based Foresight Financial Group Inc. appointed John Morrissey to its board.

He succeeds Chuck Kullberg, who retired from his position July 1.

Morrissey is president of Staff Management Inc. and Market Dimensions Inc.


Dubuque, Iowa-based Heartland Financial USA Inc. named Tamina O'Neill as chief risk officer.

She joins from MB Financial Bank NA where she most recently was senior vice president and director of enterprise risk management and operational risk.

Financial Services

TransUnion named Eli Peterson as deputy general counsel for public policy and privacy, effective Aug. 5.

He joins from Bank of New York Mellon Corp., where he was a managing director.

Peterson will be based out of Washington, D.C.


Wedbush Securities Inc. appointed Andrea Epinger senior vice president and head of change management and process improvement.

Epinger joins her newly created role at the firm's Los Angeles office.

She most recently was vice president at JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s private bank.


WEX Inc. hired Marcelo Velloso as managing director of Latin America. He joins the firm's Sao Paulo office.

Velloso has held executive roles in several Latin American countries, WEX said.


Cohen & Steers Inc. President and Chief Investment Officer Joseph Harvey joined the company's board, effective Aug. 1.

Harvey started at Cohen & Steers in 1992 and has served in his current role since 2003.


MMA Capital Holdings, Inc. independent director Steven Bloom resigned from his position July 29 for personal reasons.

Due to Bloom's resignation, MMA Capital is not in compliance with a Nasdaq listing rule requiring the company's board to have a majority of independent directors. MMA Capital has until its next annual stockholders meeting or one year from Bloom's resignation to cure the violation, which the company plans to do.


Invesco Mortgage Capital Inc. appointed senior managing director and CFO Loren Starr as an executive director. He will succeed Colin Meadows, who stepped down as executive director on Aug. 1.


Capital Southwest Corp. director John Wilson retired from the company's board July 31.

Wilson had been a director since 1988. His retirement was not due to any disagreement with the company.