John Marshall Bank announces several promotions
John Marshall Bank announced Tuesday the promotion of five executive bank officers.
The executive announcements include:
· Bill Ridenour, president and chief banking officer
· Carl Dodson, president and chief risk officer
· Kent Carstater, executive vice president and chief financial officer
· Linda Fourney, executive vice president-human resources
· Jennifer Manning, senior vice president and chief accounting officer
Ridenour, the current president and chief lending officer, has been with the bank for nine years. With the additional title of chief banking officer, he will manage the bank’s commercial lending, consumer lending, cash management and business development activities.
Dodson has been the executive vice president, chief operating officer and CFO of the bank for the past nine years. In his new role as president and chief risk officer, Dodson will assume the principal role of managing credit, operational, compliance and information technology risk.
Carstater joined the bank in July 2016 as senior vice president of market risk management. As CFO, he will assume responsibility for the overall financial and interest rate risk management activities.
Fourney joined the bank in February 2014 as senior vice president of human resources. Her promotion to executive vice president reflects her contribution to recruiting, motivating and developing the bank’s staff.
Manning joined the bank in March 2015 as senior vice president and director of finance and accounting. In her role as chief accounting officer, Manning will lead the bank’s accounting, financial reporting and budgeting activities.
“Bill, Carl, Kent, Linda and Jennifer each have been significant contributors to the bank’s success,” John Maxwell, John Marshall Bank's chairman and CEO said in a statement. “Their new roles reflect the management structure we need to continue our strong growth and profitability; to take advantage of the void created by the rapid consolidation of the local Washington, D.C. community banking market, and to continue the execution of our strategic plan to be the best community bank in every market we serve.”