Executive Vice President, CFO and COO Matthew Swift will retire from The First National Bank of Elmer, the financial institution announced Aug. 9.
“Under Matt’s leadership, the accounting and financial segments have been integrated into more efficient and functional areas of the bank,” President and CEO Brian Jones said in a prepared statement. “I wish him the best in his retirement.”
Moving forward, Swift’s accounting and financial responsibilities will be handled by Cynthia Volk, senior vice president and financial officer, while responsibility for The First National Bank of Elmer’s operations will be assumed by Matthew Haines, senior vice president and operating officer.
Volk came on board at FNBE in 2018 as assistant vice president and assistant controller before being elevated to corporate controller. In her newest role, she’ll oversee daily operations of the bank’s accounting and financial areas.
Haines joined The First National Bank of Elmer in 2021 as senior vice president of retail banking. Now, he’ll manage compliance, deposit operations and IT operations in addition to his current retail banking responsibilities.
FNBE is a national community bank based in Elmer. Founded in 1903, it has six branch locations from which it serves Salem, Cumberland and Gloucester counties.
As of March 31, 2022, the most recent data available, the bank had $380.8 million in total assets, 77 full-time employees and total deposits of $351 million.