New Alliance Bancshares Inc. of New Haven has hired Glenn I. MacInnes as its executive vice president and chief financial officer.
MacInnes was director of business performance management for Citibank's global retail bank. Before that he was the deputy chief financial officer of Citibank North America. Earlier he was the director of business planning and analysis for the North American division.
MacInnes will begin his new job Nov. 2 and will replace the interim CFO, Donald T. Chaffee. Chaffee will remain executive vice president and chief credit officer.
New Alliance Bancshares has $8.5 billion of assets.
Premier Service Bank of Riverside, Calif., announced the resignation of its executive vice president and chief credit officer, Angela Rivers.
Rivers had held those posts since 2002. She was an employee of the $164 million-asset bank when it opened in 2001.
Rivers accepted another position at another bank in Orange County, the bank said. Kerry Pendergast, the president and chief executive officer of Premier, will succeed Rivers on an interim basis.
Citizens Republic Bancorp of Flint, Mich., announced that Martin E. Grunst, its senior vice president, treasurer and principal accounting officer, has resigned.
Grunst joined the $12.1 billion-asset Citizens Republic in 2003. Before that he was a first vice president and asset liability manager for retail at Bank One Corp.
He is leaving Citizens Oct. 16 to work for a financial services institution in the Southwest, the company said. The company will promote Brian D. J. Boike to treasurer and Joseph C. Czopek to principal accounting officer.
Boike had been the asset and liability manager since 2005. He joined Citizens in 2004 as a Treasury analyst.
Czopek has been controller of the company since July. He joined in March as assistant controller.
WSFS Financial Corp. of Wilmington, Del., announced that its chairman, Marvin N. Schoenhals, will become a nonexecutive chairman of the company Nov. 1.
Schoenhals has been the executive chairman of the company and its $3.6 billion-asset WSFS Bank since retiring as president and chief executive in 2007 after holding those titles for 17 years. He was elected as the company's chairman in 1992.
Mark A. Turner succeeded Schoenhals as president and CEO of the company and the bank.
Northfield Bank of Staten Island, N.Y., has hired Michael Cozza as a vice president and loan officer, Michael Malloy as vice president and director of financial reporting and Maureen DeAngelo as a vice president of the bank and manager of the Grasmere branch.Cozza worked in the mortgage-backed securities department at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Malloy was an audit manager at KPMG LLP, where he had worked for six years.
DeAngelo was a vice president and community banking manager at Staten Island Bank and Trust.
Northfield Bank has $1.8 billion of assets.'
Home Federal Bancorp Inc. of Shreveport, La., has hired David Barber as senior vice president of its mortgage lending division.
Barber was vice president and director of branch operations at First Family Mortgage Inc. Before that he was a regional vice president of Centex Home Equity Corp. in Dallas. Earlier he was a regional vice president at United Companies Lending Corp. in Baton Rouge.
Home Federal Bancorp has $154 million of assets.