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Associated Banc-Corp Names Christopher Del Moral-Niles CFO - Quick Facts

Associated Banc-Corp (ASBC) announced that it has appointed Christopher Del Moral-Niles as its Chief Financial Officer. Niles will be succeeding Joe Selner, who after 39 years of service, will retire from the company in the summer of 2012.

The company stated that Selner will remain a member of Associated's Executive Committee until his retirement.

Niles joined Associated in July 2010 as Executive Vice President and Corporate Treasurer and was elevated to the role of Deputy Chief Financial Officer and joined the company's Executive Committee in July 2011. In his new role, Niles will assume overall responsibility for the company's financial management.

Niles joined Associated from The First American Corporation, where he held a variety of positions including serving as corporate treasurer and as divisional president for First American Trust, FSB. Previously, Niles served as senior vice president and director of liability management for Union Bank, a division of The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.

by RTT Staff Writer

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