Old National Bank — Brent Tischler has been appointed as community banking CEO at Chicago-based Old National Bank. Tischler will be responsible for all consumer and retail banking segments throughout the company’s midwestern footprint and serve as a member of the executive leadership team.
Tischler has 24 years of experience in finance and consumer banking. Most recently, he served as executive vice president and head of retail banking for Associated Bank. He brings knowledge in leading consumer and small business segments, including strategic planning and digital enablement.
Texas Capital Bank — Texas Capital Bancshares, the parent company of Texas Capital Bank, has hired Vivek Misra as executive vice president and chief compliance officer.
In this role, Misra will lead the growth of the firm’s compliance risk management discipline. He brings leadership experience with knowledge in compliance, operational, and enterprise risk management to Texas Capital Bank. Misra is also responsible for leading the bank’s compliance risk management organization.
Prior to joining Texas Capital Bank, Misra served in senior compliance, operational, and enterprise risk positions for Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, and Citigroup.
Meanwhile, Bryan Kucholtz has been appointed to serve as executive vice president and head of private wealth at the bank.
Kucholtz will manage all aspects of Texas Capital Bank’s Private Wealth business. He will work with the Private Wealth team to ensure the company delivers personalized portfolio monitoring, management, and investment solutions to clients nationwide.
Horizon Bancorp — Indiana-based Horizon Bancorp has named Thomas Prame as president of the company and its wholly owned subsidiary, Horizon Bank. Prame will bolster Horizon’s expansion of lending teams, technology, customer relationships, and Midwest deposit franchise to position the company for long-term sustainable growth.
Prame joins from First Midwest Bancorp where he held a variety of executive officer positions including his most recent role as executive vice president and CEO of community banking.
Mi BANK — Michigan-based Mi BANK has welcomed Brian Schwartz to its team. Serving as chief investment officer, Schwartz will be responsible for creating partnerships with investment advisory firms across the US.
Prior to joining Mi BANK, Schwartz served as a managing director and portfolio manager at Marathon Asset Management. Throughout his career, he has acquired skills in fixed-income markets, including treasuries, mortgages, and asset-backed securities.
1st Capital Bancorp — Anne Leach has joined the board of directors at California-based 1st Capital Bancorp. Leach is a partner at California-based law firm Ottone Leach & Ray LLP, focusing on personal and business transactions.
Pinnacle Bankshares Corporation — Virginia-based Pinnacle Bankshares Corporation has recruited Robert Hurt to its board of directors. Hurt also serves as the Dean of the Helms School of Government at Liberty University. He is the founding director of the University’s Center for Law and Government.
Prior to Liberty University, Hurt served in the US House of Representatives, representing Virginia’s Fifth District for three terms from 2011 to 2017. While in Congress, he was on the House Financial Services Committee.