Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

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MIDDLE ATLANTIC

The Pennsylvania Department of Banking has hired Victoria A. Reider as its chief legal adviser.

Ms. Reider had been the general counsel and a senior vice president of Phico Group Inc. of Mechanicsburg, Pa., until 2001. (The now-defunct company was declared insolvent in 2002.)

Before that she had been the chief counsel for the Pennsylvania Insurance Department. Most recently she had been an independent consultant.

Fannie Mae of Washington has named Leslie Rahl to its board.

Ms. Rahl is the president and founder of Capital Market Risk Advisors Inc., a financial consulting firm in New York.

As a director at Fannie she fills the vacancy created when Stephen Friedman resigned in 2002 to become the assistant to President Bush for economic policy and the director of the National Economic Council.

SOUTHEAST

LandAmerica Financial Group Inc. of Richmond, Va., has promoted Jonny Johnson to senior vice president.

Mr. Johnson remains in charge of employee compensation and benefits for the title insurer's human resources department. He joined LandAmerica in 1998 as its director of compensation and added the benefits job two years later.

He has 15 years of human resources management experience.

Wachovia Corp. of Charlotte has hired Jonathan W. Witter for the newly created job of head of distribution for its general bank division.

Wachovia said Mr. Witter will be responsible for designing and running its integrated network strategy, coordinating operations at its branches, automated teller machines, customer contact center, and online banking site.

He will report to Benjamin P. Jenkins 3d, the president of the general bank division.

Mr. Witter came to Wachovia from McKinsey & Co., where he was an associate principal specializing in bank and insurance consulting. …

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