First Financial Bancorp in Cincinnati has reorganized its senior leaders.
The $8.3 billion-asset company said in a press release Wednesday that Brad Ringwald will become its president of community banking. Ringwald, who had been president of corporate banking and specialty finance, will oversee the company's consumer, commercial and wealth management teams.
Paul Silva, a market president, was tapped to become the company's president of investment commercial real estate.
Rick Dennen was named president of commercial finance, overseeing the company's national lending businesses, First Franchise Capital and Oak Street Funding. Dennen was president and chief executive of Oak Street Holdings, a finance firm that First Financial bought last year.
Roddell McCullough, director of community development, will take on more responsibility helping determine the strategy for that area.
All four executives will start in their new roles on Oct. 1.
"We feel these changes to our senior leadership better align our teams and will allow us to more effectively execute our premier business bank strategy and business model," Claude Davis, First Financial's chief executive, said in the release.
First Financial has 101 branches in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.