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MUFG Union Bank Names Private Wealth Management Exec

MUFG Union Bank has named a head of private wealth management for its northern California and Pacific Northwest region.

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Pilot Bank in Tampa, Fla., has recruited Rita Lowman, the chief operating officer of C1 Bank in St. Petersburg, Fla., to be its COO.

Meta Financial Group in Sioux Falls, S.D., has promoted Cynthia Smith, its head of technology and operations, to chief operating officer.

Silicon Valley Bank in Santa Clara, Calif., has hired Laura Izurieta as its chief risk officer. She will lead the company's risk management, corporate compliance and regulatory relations functions and serve on the executive management team.

Old Dominion National Bank in McLean, Va., has hired Stephanie Lykins-Harvey, formerly of Cardinal Bank in McLean, as director of retail banking.

The San Antonio-based bank announced Friday in a press release that it has named Cox its chief technology and digital officer, a newly created role that includes the oversight of information technology, digital strategy and operations, and experience design.

At its launch in 2004, ThankYou had its own separate identity, customer base and website from the rest of Citi — even logging into the program was difficult, said Mary Hines, Citigroup's managing director of benefits, new product development and global rewards.

Lending Club announced the resignation of its chief financial officer, Carrie Dolan, while reporting an $81.4 million quarterly loss due largely to fallout from the scandal that rocked the firm in May.

Susan Ralston plans to stay with Dollar Bank after the Pittsburgh mutual absorbs Bank @tlantec in Virginia Beach, where she is CEO. The longtime executive also plans to keep pushing for reforms designed to preserve the mutual banking model.
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