Magazine article American Banker

Excutive Changes

Magazine article American Banker

Excutive Changes

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NEW ENGLAND

Medford Savings Bank in Massachusetts has hired Laura W. Dorfman as the vice president of residential lending.

She succeeded Debbie Sousa, who has left the bank. Ms. Dorfman reports to Eric Loth, senior vice president.

Ms. Dorfman was a senior vice president at U.S. Trust Co. in Boston, which she joined in 1998 when its parent, UST Corp., bought her previous employer, Lexington Savings Bank. (Citizens Financial Group Inc. in Providence, R.I., bought UST last year.) Before that she had been a vice president at Eagle Bank in Everett, Mass. She has 18 years of banking experience.

Medford Savings, with $1.3 billion of assets, is a subsidiary of Medford Bancorp Inc.

MIDWEST

Pulaski Financial Corp. in St. Louis has promoted controller Ramsey K. Hamadi to chief financial officer.

He succeeded Thomas F. Hack, who has retired from the post but will be a consultant to the company for the next three years. He also remains on the board of both the company and its Pulaski Bank.

Mr. Hamadi, 32, had been the controller of Pulaski since last year. Before that he had been a bank examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Still earlier he had been an accounting principal at United Leasing in Fenton, Mo.

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Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. has promoted Mitsugu Serizawa to be manager of the planning office at its Los Angeles subsidiary, Manufacturers Bank, and a senior vice president of the bank. …

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