QNB Corp. (QNBC) in Quakertown, Pa., is looking to replace its chief financial officer.
The $927 million-asset company disclosed in a regulatory filing Thursday that Bret Krevolin will resign next week to pursue new opportunities "outside of the bank's market area." His departure is not the result of an internal disagreement, the filing said.
QNB said it will search for a successor. For now, Phillip Geiger, QNB's comptroller, will serve as interim CFO. Geiger joined QNB in 2007 and was previously an auditor at Beard Miller in Reading, Pa. The accounting firm merged with Parente Randolph in 2009.
QNB has 11 branches just north of the Philadelphia suburbs.