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Regions Financial Names Barb Godin, Ellen Jones And Dave Keenan Senior EVP

Region Financial (RF) announced Barb Godin, chief credit officer, Ellen Jones, chief financial officer for Business Operations and Support, and Dave Keenan, head of human resources, have been named senior executive vice presidents. All three currently serve on the company's Operating Committee.

As chief credit officer for Regions, Godin is responsible for Credit Policy, Credit Administration and Problem Asset Management. She joined Regions in 2003 after serving in senior management positions in credit, retail lending, credit risk management, collections and underwriting.

Ellen Jones currently serves as the chief financial officer for Business Operations and Support. In this role, she manages the financial managers who partner with the regional presidents, lines of business and support teams and the day-to-day support provided by the finance teams. Before Jones joined Regions in 2009, she held senior level finance positions at Bank of America and Motorola.

Head of Human Resources Dave Keenan joined Regions in 2003 as a senior human resources manager. Before being named to his current position in 2010, he provided leadership in various areas, including staffing, retention, training, employee relations and organizational development. Keenan began his career at Frito-Lay, a division of Pepsico.

by RTT Staff Writer

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