The chief financial officer of 1st Capital Bank (FISB) in Monterey, Calif., has resigned.

CFO Jayme Fields left Sept. 9, the $370 million-asset company announced Tuesday. Fields had held her position since the bank's founding in 2006. 1st Capital Chief Executive Mark Andino declined to comment on Fields' reasons for resigning.

Marilyn Goode, who previously served as chief administrative officer at 1st Capital, has stepped in as interim CFO. Goode brings with her 45 years of banking experience. She has held several senior management roles at 1st Capital since joining the bank in 2007.

The bank is searching for a permanent CFO in light of Goode's previously announced plans to retire in 2014.

Earlier this year, 1st Capital appointed a new chief credit officer and made Andino its permanent president and CEO. Andino was promoted from chief operating officer to interim chief after former leader Fred Rowden died in November 2012.

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