The Conference of State Bank Supervisors has named two bankers to its advisory board.

Lisa McDougald, the deputy general counsel at the $222 billion-asset BB&T in Winston-Salem, N.C., and Leon Holschbach, chief executive of Midland States Bancorp, a $3 billion-asset company in Effingham, Ill., were appointed to the board this summer, CSBS spokesman James Kurtzke told American Banker on Thursday.

McDougald and Holschbach will each serve two-year terms on the 16-member advisory body of the nationwide trade group for banking and financial regulators.

"The advisory board is set up to be a forum for people in the banking industry to come in and give feedback to regulators and get their perspective on banking matters," Kurtzke said.

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