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Cullen/Frost CEO Evans, HR Chief Skillman to Retire

Cullen/Frost Bankers said Chairman and CEO Dick Evans and its group executive vice president of human resources, Emily Skillman (pictured, left), will retire in March. The San Antonio company also announced promotions for Annette Alonzo (center) and Candace Wolfshohl.

Anita Young will be the $1.4 billion-asset First Foundation's director of specialty deposits and target cash management services at niche business clients. »
MainSource Financial Group in Greensburg, Ind., has named Erin Hoeflinger, president of Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield in Ohio, to its board and to that of its MainSource Bank. »


Enterprise risk management is an area banks are trying to master, and the appointment of a chief risk officer to oversee this effort has become common, even among community banks. We asked CROs and other experts for their perspectives on this evolving role, the skills needed to do the job well and their biggest worries. »

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has named Helen Mucciolo its executive vice president, principal financial officer and head of its corporate group.

Renee Nash was named to the $155 million-asset bank's board Monday. Folsom Lake's board has varied in number over the years, between nine and 12 members. The bank currently has 10 directors.

Santander Consumer USA Holdings named Blythe Masters nonexecutive chairman, replacing the executive who quit the post less than two weeks ago and a week after the subprime auto lender's parent company was hit with a regulatory order.

Bank of America has named Jackie Yoon president of its St. Louis market, after Larry Otto left the job for the same position at U.S. Bancorp.

First Midwest Bank in Itasca, Ill., has hired Michelle Hoskins as an executive vice president and chief of human resources.

Michael Rhodes has been named the head of Toronto-Dominion's U.S. bank, replacing Nandita Bakhshi, who will oversee direct channels in North America.

Stacey Friedman will become the general counsel of JPMorgan Chase early next year, and Steve Cutler will be its vice chairman, the company announced Monday.

After creating two new C-level positions, Business First Bancshares in Baton Rouge, La., has promoted Greg Robertson and Sonya Jarvis to fill those roles.

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