Lakeland Bancorp in Oak Ridge, N.J., has named a new chief financial officer and chief operating officer as two other executives plan to retire.
The $5 billion-asset Lakeland will promote Thomas Splaine, chief accounting officer, to CFO after it files its annual report in March, according to a Tuesday news release. Splaine will succeed Joseph Hurley, who plans to retire in July. Hurley has been CFO since 1999.
Lakeland has also promoted Ronald Schwarz, chief revenue officer, to the chief operating officer position. Schwarz succeeded Robert Vandenbergh, who will remain senior executive vice president and regional president of Lakeland Bank.
Additionally, Stewart McClure retired on Dec. 31 as senior executive vice president and regional president. McClure joined Lakeland in 2013 when the company acquired Somerset Hills Bancorp, where McClure was CEO.