C1 Financial in St. Petersburg, Fla., has disclosed the resignation of its vice chairman and bank president.
Katie Pemble quit on Friday, the $1.7 billion-asset company said in a press release. C1 did not give a reason for Pemble's departure and did not disclose a plan for filling her posts.
Pemble, who was 50 on March 10, had been C1's vice chairman since July 2013. She was C1 Bank's president from July 2010 until October, when she was named Florida market president. She had also been C1's chief credit officer through October.
Pemble "has served in a number of important roles, most recently as Florida market president where she was an important voice for C1 Bank in the community," Trevor Burgess, the company's chief executive, said in the release.
Burgess could not be reached for further comment.