Comings, goings, hirings, retirings and more in South Jersey.
Comings and Goings
Jeff Sutton (pictured) joined Friedman LLP as partner. With more than 30 years of experience, Sutton will lead the corporate recovery services practice, where he will help debtors, creditors, trustees and others face sensitive financial crises.
Friedman LLP also announced that Jill Jacobs has joined the firm as chief marketing officer. Jacobs will lead the marketing and communications strategy for the firm.
Wohlsen Construction Company promoted Kenneth D. Noreen to senior vice president, where he will oversee the senior living market sector for Wohlsen, provide support and expertise to Wohlsen’s regional offices to assure senior living client needs are being met, and lead expansion strategies into new markets.
Investors Bank named John Harrison its Southern New Jersey senior vice president of business lending. Harrison will be responsible for growing the bank’s commercial deposits and business loan portfolios, as well as developing and implementing a plan to build relationships with middle market companies and small businesses.
The Virtua Foundation named Christina Mattison senior vice president. Having previously served as director of business and community development for Virtua’s post-acute services, as well as director of major gifts at the Virtua Foundation, in her new role Mattison will be responsible for executive oversight to secure philanthropic support for the Virtua health care system and its community health initiatives.
Thomas X. Geisel was named president of speciality finance for Sterling National Bank. Sterling has been a leader in providing working capital for businesses through asset-based lending solutions for over 85 years and Geisel will lead specialty finance teams which include asset-based lending, factoring and trade finance, payroll finance and equipment finance.
Continuum Health Alliance hired Nicole Bradberry as Chief Product Officer. In her new role Bradberry will develop innovative products for health care providers as they transition to value-based health care.
Bill Whelan joined Capital Bank as its senior vice president in charge of branch and government banking.
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 5, Issue 5 (May, 2015).
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