Camco Financial Corp. of Cambridge, Ohio, has hired Troy D. Greenwalt as senior vice president and chief lending officer.
Greenwalt was the director of banking and vice president of the Midwest division for Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. Before that he was the senior vice president of the business banking division for Huntington National Bank. Earlier he was a senior sales executive for Huntington, where he worked from 1995 to 2006.
Camco has $998 million of assets.
MIDDLE ATLANTICSignature Bank of New York has hired Thomas Murphy as group director and senior vice president and Timothy Gilbert as associate group director and vice president of private client banking.
Murphy was a vice president and branch manager at Capital One Bank, which he joined last year after it bought his previous employer, North Fork Bank. He had worked for North Fork since 2003. Before that he had worked for HSBC Bank USA for 18 years.
Gilbert was a vice president at HSBC, where he managed two branches in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Signature has $7.1 billion of assets.
Republic First Bancorp of Philadelphia has hired Stephen McWilliams as senior vice president and senior commercial lender.
McWilliams was a regional vice president and middle market lender and oversaw business development in Delaware and Chester counties for TD Bank, which he joined when TD Banknorth bought his previous employer, Commerce Bank.
Republic First has $949 million of assets.
Suffolk Bancorp of Riverhead, N.Y., has promoted Stacey L. Moran to executive vice president and chief financial officer of the company and its Suffolk County National Bank.
Moran had been the bank's comptroller since 2006. Earlier she was a consultant on financial reporting, budgeting and tax preparation.
Moran succeeded J. Gordon Huszagh, who had been the $1.5 billion-asset company's CFO since 1997.
Huszagh was promoted to president and chief executive officer in February.
Sandy Spring Bancorp Inc. of Olney, Md., has hired Patrick Shurney as senior vice president and market leader of the Chesapeake region.
SOUTHEASTYadkin Valley Financial Corp. of Elkin, N.C., has hired Joseph H. Towell as executive vice president, chief administrative officer and chief credit officer of the company and its Yadkin Valley Bank and Trust Co.
Towell had been a portfolio manager and team leader for leveraged loan investing at Putnam Investments in Boston since 2001. Before that he had worked for First Union Corp. for 18 years. Earlier he had been a financial analyst for the Department of Commerce.
Yadkin Valley has $1.5 billion of assets.
SOUTHWESTMohave State Bank of Lake Havasu City, Ariz., has promoted Brad D. Payne to president and Brian M. Riley to chief executive officer.
Payne had been the executive vice president and chief financial officer since he joined the $360 million-asset bank in April 2008. Before that he was the division president for Bank of the Ozarks in Russellville, Ark. Earlier he was the Russellville market president for Regions Bank.
Riley had been the bank's executive vice president and chief credit officer since he joined it in March 2008. Before that he was the CEO of Harbor Bank and Trust in Southport, Conn. Earlier he was the president and CEO of PriVest Bank in Santa Ana, Calif.
Southwest Securities of Arlington, Tex., has hired Bill Mansfield as a senior vice president and manager of loan operations.
Mansfield was the senior vice president of credit administration for Southwest Bank and its parent, First Texas Bank Holding Co. Inc. in Fort Worth. As the head of credit administration he also chaired the credit policy committee and the secretary of the directors' loan committee. Before joining First Texas he was a vice president and lending officer at United Bank and Trust in Dallas.
Southwest Securities has $1.4 billion of assets.