Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

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MIDWEST

KeyBank in Cleveland has hired John Cirincione to be the chief appraiser in its SecoLink Settlement Services division.

He is to report to Marc Rittenhouse, SecoLink's president, and split his time between Cleveland and Amherst, N.Y.

Mr. Cirincione was the national chief appraiser for Mortgage Information Services Inc. and, earlier, at Western Reserve Savings Bank. Most recently, he was a consultant to businesses in the real estate industry.

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HSBC North America Holdings Inc. in Prospect Heights, Ill., has hired Margaret McGovern to be its director of government relations for New York State.

Ms. McGovern had been the chief of staff to New York Assembly Majority Leader Paul Tokasz from 2003 to 2006. Before that she had been his director of policy and operations.

Earlier she was the deputy budget director for the Assembly's Ways and Means Committee and, before that, its principal budget analyst. In 1992 and 1993 she was an assistant director of government relations at Syracuse University.

JPMorgan Chase Bank in New York has hired William E. Smith to head Western Hemisphere securities lending sales in its worldwide securities services division.

He is to report to Paul Wilson, the division's global client and sales executive.

Mr. Smith joined the JPMorgan Chase & Co. unit from HSBC Holdings PLC, where he was a managing director and business manager for securities lending. He began his career at Bankers Trust Co. in 1983 and remained in the securities lending division when Deutsche Bank AG bought the company in 1999.

CIT Group Inc. in New York has hired Nancy J. Foster to be its chief credit and risk officer.

She is to report to Lawrence A. Marsiello, a vice chairman at the commercial and consumer finance giant and its chief lending officer. …

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