Struggling to build its banking business in a highly competitive market, Keystone Financial Inc. is shaking up its management and beefing up its brokerage and investment services unit.

The Harrisburg, Pa., company said late Monday that Mark Pulaski, president and chief operating officer of its Keystone Bank subsidiary, will be reassigned to the newly created wealth management division and that chairman and chief executive officer Carl L. Campbell will temporarily assume the duties of bank president. The $6.9 billion-asset company said it is seeking a new president but has no plan to name a new chief operating officer.

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