MIDDLE ATLANTIC

S&T Bank of Indiana, Pa., has hired Patrick J. Haberfield as its chief credit officer and promoted William Kametz to deputy chief credit officer.

Haberfield was the regional credit officer and special assets officer for Synovus Financial Corp. Institution. Before that he was a senior vice president of the managed assets division at First Merit Corp.

Kametz was the senior vice president of credit administrations for the $4.1 billion-asset bank. Before that he was an executive vice president and chief lending officer at VIST Financial Corp.


Univest Corp. of Pennsylvania in Souderton has hired Louis P. Spinelli as the executive vice president and director of consumer strategy and delivery for its Univest National Bank and Trust Co.

Spinelli had been the executive vice president of retail delivery for Harleysville National Bank and Trust Co. for eight years.

Univest has $2 billion of assets.


WEST

East West Bank of Pasadena, Calif., has hired Miguel Serricchio as an executive vice president and director of treasury management services and Terry Shuler as an executive vice president and chief human resources officer.

Serricchio had been at Bank of the West since 2007. Before that he was a senior vice president and the director of the treasury product group for Citibank in Mexico.

Shuler had been a consultant since he retired from Avery Dennison Corp. in 2007.

East West has $20.2 billion of assets.


Sunwest Bank of Tustin, Calif., has hired Robert L. Cafaro and Tony Rodriguez as vice presidents and sales managers.

Cafaro will oversee the Encinitas branch of the $634 million-asset bank.

He was a vice president and branch manager of US Bank in San Diego. Before that he worked for City National Bank in Carlsbad.

Rodriguez will manage sales for the San Clemente branch. He was a vice president and branch sales manager for California Bank and Trust in San Clemente.

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