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Bank of America puts an HR exec in charge of stress testing, a look at how Yellen compares to Bernanke at the 18-month mark as Fed chair, Sen. Collins tries to help small banks and Cullen/Frost shuffles some key executives.

Dick Evans will retire as Cullen/Frost Bankers' chairman and chief executive in March, and the San Antonio company has chosen its president, Philip Green, to succeed him.

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.

Sun Bancorp in Mount Laurel, N.J., has appointed wealth-management executive Grace Torres to its board and to the board of Sun National Bank. Torres will join the board's audit and risk committees.

Ruth Porat wows investors in her first earnings call as Google's CFO while Marianne Lake moves a step closer to running JPMorgan's future calls. Elsewhere, Lynn Tilton bids to move her fraud trial to federal court, Janet Yellen hints at support for raising the SIFI bar and Obama gets ready to nominate another woman for Fed governor.

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.

The moves disclosed Wednesday were broad, multifaceted and affected nine executives.

HomeTrust Bancshares in Asheville, N.C., has hired PNC Financial Services Group banker Kristin Powell as co-director of mortgage lending.

Bryn Mawr Bank in Pennsylvania said its chief financial officer resigned and it appointed two interim executives to fill his roles.

First Niagara Financial Group in Buffalo, N.Y. has hired Peggy Yankovich to lead the commercial card and payments business of its treasury management group. Yankovich had been the global head of corporate cards, global payments & cash management at HSBC.

Blythe Masters scores one for women in the boardroom, the Fed's Sarah Bloom Raskin is leading a campaign to declassify cyber security info for banks, and Yellen is still at odds with Congress — but at least "the ecomomy doesn't stink."

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.

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