Opus Bank in Irvine, Calif., has appointed three executives to fill the role of chief operating officer after Romolo "Ron" Santarosa resigned from the position.
Santarosa resigned from the $5.6 billion-asset bank to pursue other interests, Opus said in a news release Monday. Opus won't hire anyone to replace Santarosa. Instead, Co-President Michael Allison, General Counsel Don Royer and Chief Financial Officer Nicole Carrillo will manage the areas that Santarosa handled.
Santarosa joined Opus in June 2013 to take on the newly created position.
"We wish Ron every success in his future endeavors," Stephen Gordon, founding chairman and chief executive, said in the release.
Opus Bank runs 59 banking offices in Arizona, California and Washington.