Four executive vice presidents at Magna Group Inc. will lose their jobs once the company merges with Union Planters Corp., according to Magna officials, and a fifth has chosen to retire.

Robert Mathias, 45, now in charge of credit administration for Magna, is the only executive vice president at the St. Louis banking company expected to take a job in the post-merger company, Magna executives said.

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