Berkshire Hills Bancorp in Pittsfield, Mass., has named a new president and chief operating officer for its bank.

The $7.5 billion-asset company said in a press release that it had promoted Richard Marotta to become president of Berkshire Bank. Sean Gray was tapped to fill the bank’s newly created post of chief operating officer.

Marotta succeeds Michael Daly, who will remain the bank’s chief executive and president and CEO of the company.

Marotta, who joined Berkshire Hills from KeyCorp in 2010, was previously chief risk and administrative officer. Gray, who joined the company from Bank of America in 2006, had been executive vice president of retail banking.

Berkshire Hills also said that it had changed the role of Michael Carroll, its chief credit officer, to chief risk and credit officer. Tami Gunsch, previously senior vice president of retail banking, succeeded Gray as executive vice president of retail banking.

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