The board of directors at M&T Bank Corp. now includes the top-ranking executive of Moog Inc. in East Aurora. John Scannell, chairman and CEO of the control systems manufacturer, is one of 16 M&T (NYSE: MTB) directors and the second director with ties to Moog (NYSE: MOG.A). His predecessor, Robert Brady, is the vice chairman of M&T's board and a member of the nomination, compensation and governance committee. Scannell's appointment was effective Nov. 20.
The board of directors in charge of Financial Institutions Inc. is growing again. There are now 12 directors following the appointment of Dawn Burlew of Erin, New York, near Elmira. Burlew is the town supervisor of Erin and director of business development at Corning Enterprises, a division of Corning Inc. She will serve a three-year term on the board. Since 2013, Financial Institutions (NASDAQ: FISI) has added five directors.
Freed Maxick CPAs P.C. is thinking about moving out of the Liberty Building. If that happens, the public accounting firm doesn't plan to go very far. Managing director Henry Koziol said the organization wants to stay in downtown Buffalo. "We continue to evaluate our alternatives, but we're committed to downtown Buffalo," Koziol said Monday. "Whatever we do - if we stay or if we move - there will be a total refurbishment, a gut job." A decision is expected within 60 days.
KeyBank's Tony Rizzo – who used to work at First Niagara, before KeyBank acquired it last year – doesn't think there's been as much disruption in the marketplace as some people anticipated. $KEYhttps://t.co/01RHTzDgw2
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Selecting a term
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