Harleysville Savings Financial Corp. in Pennsylvania announced that Brendan J. McGill, its treasurer and chief financial officer, will have the additional title of chief operating officer.

McGill also has been an executive vice president of the $843 million-asset company since May 2009, and will retain that post as well. He joined Harleysville as a senior vice president in 1999.


Bank of Hampton Roads in Norfolk has hired Ronald A. Day as its president and chief operating officer.

Day had been the executive vice president of sales, strategy and development for RBC Bank USA and chairman and chief executive officer of its Centura Card Bank Georgia since last year. Before that he had been the chief operating and chief administrative officer of RBC and Centura since 2005.

Bank of Hampton Roads has $2.7 billion of assets.

Omni Bank of Metairie, La., has hired William R. Galloway as senior vice president of asset quality.

Galloway was a senior vice president and credit executive for Capital One Bank's business and private banking units, as well as manager of private banking for the New Orleans area. He joined Capital One when it bought his previous employer, Hibernia National Bank, in 1987. He joined Hibernia in 1995.

Omni Bank has $769 million of assets.

Old Harbor Bank of Clearwater, Fla., has hired Anthony N. Leo as its chief executive officer.

Leo was the CEO of Peninsula Bank. Before that he was the executive vice president and managing director of Community Banks Inc., of Harrisburg, Pa.

Old Harbor has $243 million of assets.


Sunwest Bank of Tustin, Calif., has hired John Houten as its executive vice president of corporate development.

Houten was the senior vice president and commercial real estate manager for Cal National Bank in Newport. Before that he was a senior vice president and real estate manager at First Security Bank in Irvine.

Sunwest has $634 million of assets.

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