Haverhill Bank in Massachusetts has announced the resignation of its president and chief operating officer, Peter DiBenedetto.
DiBenedetto has had those titles since last December when Haverhill merged with his former employer, Northeast Community Credit Union. He was the chief executive officer of Northeast Community, where he began his career in 1977, as treasurer. Haverhill Bank has $244 million of assets.
Integra Bank Corp. in Evansville, Ind., has promoted Michael B. Carroll to chief financial officer.
Carroll had been the controller and principal accounting officer for the $3.3 billion-asset company since 2005. Before that he was a risk manager at Integra, which he joined in 2002.
Magyar Bancorp in New Brunswick, N.J., has decided not to renew the contract of its president and chief executive officer, Elizabeth E. Hance, when it expires Dec. 31, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Hance has been the president and CEO of the $565 million-asset company since 2005.
BankUnited in Coral Gables, Fla., has hired Randy R. Melby as an executive vice president and the chief risk officer and Tim Reilly as the senior vice president of default administration.
Melby had been a senior vice president and general auditor at JPMorgan Chase & Co. since last year, when it bought his previous employer, Washington Mutual Inc., where he had worked for four years. Before that, he was at Wells Fargo & Co.
Reilly was the vice president of default and asset management for the securities arm of Deutsche Bank AG in Jacksonville, Fla. Before that he was at Real Estate Disposition Corp. in Irvine, Calif.
BankUnited has $11.3 billion of assets.
CNLBank in Orlando has promoted Lynne Wines to president and chief operating officer. The $1.7 billion-asset bank is a unit of CNLBancshares Inc.
Wines had been the chief executive officer of the bank's South Florida division since January 2008. Before that she had been Colonial Bank's president and CEO of commercial banking for South Florida since 2005; Colonial had bought her previous employer, Union Bank of Florida, where she was the CEO.
Premier Service Bank in Riverside, Calif., has hired Gregory Savino as a vice president and the chief credit officer.
Savino had been a vice president and the credit chief at Orange County Business Bank since 2006. Before that he had been an executive vice president and credit administrator since 2000 at National Bank of California. Earlier he was a senior loan and credit officer at Pacific National Bank in Newport Beach. Premier Service Bank has $162 million of assets.