CEO's On the Move
Baronner Steps Down as President and CEO of Potomac Bancshares, Inc., and Bank of Charles Town
Potomac Bancshares, Inc.
:OTC Pink - Current Information) Potomac Bancshares, Inc., and its subsidiary, Bank of Charles Town, announced that Robert F. Baronner, Jr., has decided to step down from his positions as President and Chief Executive Officer of Potomac and the Bank, due to significant health issues. Mr. Baronner will be on a leave of absence from Potomac ...
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Terrace Energy Corp. Announces Resignation of George R. Morris as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Terrace Energy Corp. announced that George R. Morris, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, has resigned to pursue other opportunities.
Bank of Hawaii Announces Management Changes
Bank of Hawaii announced the following appointments and promotions, effective March 1, 2017. Kent T. Lucien, vice chair, currently Bank of Hawaii’s chief financial officer, will become chief strategy officer. Dean Y. Shigemura, senior executive vice president, will be promoted from controller to chief financial officer, succeeding Kent T. Lucien. Brent T. Flygar, senior vice president, will be promoted from financial reporting manager and director of corporate tax to controller and principal accounting officer, succeeding Dean Y. Shigemura. As chief strategy officer, Kent T. Lucien, will assist in developing and executing the bank’s key strategic initiatives, including the 'Branch of Tomorrow' modernization project and leveraging information and technology to reshape the delivery of banking services, products and experiences with a customer focus. He will continue to oversee the bank’s Corporate Facilities and Real Estate Department. Prior to joining Bank of Hawaii as a member of its Managing Committee as vice chair and chief financial officer in 2008, he served on the bank’s board of directors from 2006. Lucien’s previous experience includes serving as chief executive officer of operations and chief financial officer at C. Brewer & Co. Ltd. As chief financial officer, Dean Y. Shigemura will supervise the bank’s Treasury, Financial Reporting and Investor Relations departments. Shigemura has been a member of Bank of Hawaii’s Managing Committee since 2008. Prior to Bank of Hawaii, he worked as vice president and financial analyst for The Shidler Group. Shigemura is currently on the board of directors of the Diamond Head Theatre. As controller and principal accounting officer, Brent T. Flygar will supervise the bank’s financial accounting and reporting, regulatory reporting, corporate taxation and Sarbanes-Oxley requirements. Prior to joining Bank of Hawaii in 2009, he served 11 years as a senior manager in the tax department of Ernst & Young LLP in Las Vegas, Nev. and Los Angeles, Calif.
HomeStreet, Inc. Announces Board Appointments
HomeStreet, Inc. announced that it has hired Ted Bojorquez as senior vice president, Silicon Valley Market President, and Michael E. Conboy as senior vice president, San Diego and Orange Counties Market President. Both Mr. Bojorquez and Conboy will report to Edward C. Schultz, executive vice president, California Market President. Mr. Bojorquez comes to HomeStreet with over twenty-five years experience in banking, consulting, operations, planning, and analysis with a particular emphasis on serving the needs of growth companies. His focus will be on building commercial banking relationships with middle market and growth companies in and around San Jose, California. Mr. Conboy has over thirty-five years of commercial banking experience with both large banks and community
banks. His focus will be on growing the existing Southern California commercial banking business for the Company, focusing on the San Diego and Orange County, California, markets.