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Associated Banc-Corp of Green Bay, Wis., said Lisa B. Binder has resigned as the president, the chief operating officer and a director of the company and its Associated Bank.

Binder joined the company in 2007. Before that she was group executive vice president and director of retail and business banking for the Middle Atlantic and Midwest regions at Citizens Financial Group, Providence, R.I., unit of Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC.


SOUTHEASTBank of America Corp. of Charlotte has promoted Tim Huval to market president of Delaware and card operations executive.

Huval was a senior executive in the human resources department. Before that he was the chief information officer of global wealth and investment management.

He will report to Ric Struthers, the president of global card services.


WESTUnion Bank, a San Francisco subsidiary of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc., has hired Rex Ramsey as a senior wealth adviser and Linda Phu as a vice president and relationship manager for its private bank in Los Angeles.

Ramsey was a senior financial adviser for another Mitsubishi UFJ subsidiary, Union Banc Investment Services. Before that he was a financial consultant for Fidelity Investments. Phu was a managing director for First Republic Bank. Before that she was a vice president and relationship manager for private client services at Wells Fargo & Co. Earlier she was a vice president of Citigroup Inc.'s private bank in Hong Kong, Singapore and the Philippines.


MIDDLE ATLANTICCity National Bank of Los Angeles has hired Stephanie Dalton as senior vice president and team leader for entertainment.

Dalton will be based in New York. She was a division manager and senior vice president of a middle-market group at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Before that she worked for Chemical Bank.


INTERNATIONALBank of New York Mellon Corp. has promoted Timothy F. Keaney to global head of client management and chairman of Europe.

He will remain the co-chief executive officer of asset servicing with James P. Palermo.

Before being promoted to co-CEO of asset servicing in 2007, Keaney had been the head of asset servicing in Europe, the Middle East and Africa since 2003.

He will move from New York, where he is currently based, to London.

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