Bryn Mawr Bank in Pennsylvania said its chief financial officer resigned and it appointed two interim executives to fill his roles.
Duncan Smith, 56, resigned on Friday at the $2.9 billion-asset company. Bryn Mawr said Smith's decision was not due to a dispute or disagreement about accounting principles or other policies related to his work. Smith, who also held the title of treasurer, had been Bryn Mawr's CFO since 2005.
David Takats, senior vice president, was named interim CFO. Takats has been with Bryn Mawr since 2010, when it acquired his previous employer, First Keystone Financial in Media, Pa., where he was CFO.
Marie Connolly was named interim chief accounting officer. She's been with Bryn Mawr since 2000, most recently as a senior vice president in the bank's finance department.
Bryn Mawr has started a search process to hire Smith's full-time successor.
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Corrected July 22, 2015 at 9:38AM: An earlier version of this story said Bryn Mawr acquired First Keystone Financial in Berwick, Pa. The company that Bryn Mawr acquired was First Keystone Financial in Media, Pa.