S&T Bank of Indiana, Pa., has promoted Mark Kochvar to senior executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Kochvar had been an executive vice president and the treasurer since 2008.
Before that he was a senior vice president and oversaw Treasury activities, asset and liability management and financial planning.
He has worked for the $4.1 billion-asset S&T since 1992.
The bank also promoted Ernie Draganza to executive vice president and chief risk officer and Melanie Hubler to senior vice president and controller.
Draganza was a senior vice president and risk management officer.
Before that he was a bank examiner in New York for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Hubler was a vice president and assistant controller. Before that she was an audit manager for Ernst & Young LLP in Pittsburgh.
WSFS Financial Corp. of Wilmington, Del., has promoted Janis L. Julian to senior vice president and business development officer of the company's trust and wealth management division in its WSFS Bank.
Julian had been a vice president and the director of community relations for the bank since joining it in 2004.
Before that she was the director of corporate and foundation relations with the Winterthur museum in Delaware. Earlier she was the vice president of private banking for PNC Advisors.
WSFS Financial has $3.7 billion of assets.
Marine Bank and Trust Co. of Vero Beach, Fla., has promoted William J. Penney to president and chief executive.
Penney will remain a director of the $160 million-asset bank, a post he has held since 2008.
He joined Marine in 2004 as an executive vice president and the chief lending officer. Before that he was a senior vice president and the chief lending officer at Big Lake National Bank.
He succeeded C. Andrew Lawrence, who retired, the company said. Lawrence had been president and CEO since 2003.
BankUnited of Coral Gables, Fla., has promoted Lorri Candiotti to senior vice president and chief operational risk officer and hired Ronaldo Gines as operational risk officer.
Candiotti joined the bank in 2006 as a manager of its processing and operational departments.
Before that she had worked for Wachovia Bank as an operational risk manager since 1998.
Gines developed auditing strategies for e-commerce, online banking and product development at GMAC Financial Services. Before that he worked for Washington Mutual Bank.
BankUnited has $11.1 billion in assets.
CoastalStates Bank of Hilton Head Island, S.C., has promoted James S. MacLeod to president and chief operating officer of the bank and Robert F. Dozier Jr. to president of CoastalStates' mortgage banking firm, Homeowners Enterprises Inc.
MacLeod had been a managing director of the $438 million-asset CoastalStates and is a director of the bank and its parent company, CoastalSouth Bankshares.
Before joining the bank he was an executive vice president of Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corp., where he had worked for 22 years.
Dozier will remain the chief operating officer of Homeowners Enterprise, a post he has held since 2007. He had been a managing director since then, as well.
Before joining Coastal States he was a vice chairman and director of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta.
California United Bank of Encino has hired David Peskin as its senior vice president of commercial banking.
Peskin had been a senior vice president at First Regional Bank in Los Angeles since 2002.
Before that he had been a senior vice president at U.S. Bank in Santa Monica and held a similar position at Western Bancorp in Santa Monica from 1993 to 2002. Earlier he was a vice president at Bank of Industry, which was sold to Comerica Bank in 1992.
California United has $456 million of assets.