MIDWEST

Anchor Bank in Madison, Wis., has promoted Don Bertucci to executive vice president of retail lending and Lynette Passini to senior vice president of retail lending operations.

Bertucci led the residential mortgage department as senior vice president of residential lending since 1992. He joined the $4.4 billion-asset bank in 1972.

Passini was first vice president of retail lending operations.

The company also promoted Joseph Hauser to first vice president of internal audit and Patricia Carlin to senior vice president of banking operations.

Hauser had been a vice president and the chief internal auditor since last August.

Carlin had been the first vice president of banking operations since she joined Anchor in November.


SOUTHWEST

Sterling Bancshares in Houston has announced that Wallis McMath, the executive vice president and chief information officer of its Sterling Bank, will retire Dec. 31.

McMath joined the $5 billion-asset bank in 2006. Before that he was the chief information officer of First American Bank in Bryan, Texas.

Deborah Dinsmore, the bank's executive vice president and director of operations, will succeed McMath as information chief and also is to be its chief operations officer. Before becoming director of operations she was a vice president, chief technology officer and the operations manager.

Dinsmore joined Sterling Bank in 1996.


WEST

California United Bank in Encino has hired Stephanie Juneau as a vice president and relationship manager for Orange County.

Juneau was the regional vice president in the Orange County division of CommerceWest Bank.

California United has $486 million of assets.


Bank of Manhattan in El Segundo, Calif., has hired Shannon Millard as an executive vice president and chief credit officer.

Millard was the chief credit officer and president of the retail banking division at First Federal Bank of California. Before that she was the vice president in charge of real estate services at Bank of California.

Bank of Manhattan has $132 million of assets.

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