Randall Shaw has been named managing director at Cassel Salpeter & Co. Before, he was managing director at investment bank Headwaters MB. Shaw received a bachelor’s in finance and political science from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, a law degree from the University of Florida and an MBA from Columbia University.
Janet Henfield has been named vice president and Aventura market manager at Marquis Bank. She will be responsible for developing the bank’s presence in the Aventura, Golden Beach and Sunny Isles Beach markets. Most recently she served as vice president and relationship manager at Bank Leumi in Aventura. She has a bachelor’s in finance with a minor in international business, and a Professional MBA in international business, from Florida International University.
Terri Warren has been named senior vice president and retail administration support manager at BankUnited’s Miami Lakes headquarters. Before, she was vice president and retail procedures manager. She joined BankUnited in 2010. She has an associate’s degree from Florida State University and a bachelor’s from Barry University.
Mark Bagnoli was recently named chief risk officer at BankUnited, based at the company's Miami Lakes headquarters. Before joining the bank in 2009, he was executive vice president and chief risk officer of Federal Home Loan Bank in Chicago. He has a master's from Northwewstern University's Kellong Graduate School of Management and an undergraduate degree in accounting from Seton Hall University.
Manuel Vecin named assistant vice president and sales director for TotalBank's Coral Way Banking Center
BBX Capital announced that Lois Marino has been named executive director for the BBX Capital Foundation, formerly known as the BankAtlantic Foundation. She previously served as the company’s community relations Manager. Marino is a 29-year veteran of the banking industry and has a long history of working with nonprofits. As assistant vice president and manager of the office of “WOW!” for BankAtlantic, she spearheaded the company’s Kid Power Program, an initiative that provided children with educational information about banking and financial management. In 2003, her curriculum for financial literacy for elementary schools was approved by the Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County school boards. She also oversaw BankAtlantic’s SmARTS Program, an award-winning program which provided access to the arts for the elementary school children of Dade and Broward counties.