Movers & Shakers Featured

8:01pm EDT September 30, 2011
Movers & Shakers

Emmanuel Glover has been named senior vice president and director of community

development for Fifth Third Bank. He will support the bank’s community development initiatives and compliance with the Community Reinvestment Act and fair and responsible lending. Glover joins Fifth Third Bank with more than 17 years banking experience, most recently with KeyBank where he was vice president of Key’s community development banking division and held the title of underserved market manager, focusing on community development market activities throughout 14 states.

The Society for Vascular Surgery elected Sean Patrick Lyden as a distinguished fellow during its Vascular Annual Meeting in June in Chicago.

The designation of distinguished fellow is bestowed upon an active, international or senior member of the SVS who has made substantial, sustained contributions in two of three categories — research, service or education. The application process requires three letters of support from SVS distinguished fellows. 

Lyden is an associate professor and the medical director clinical supply chain at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. Board certified in general and vascular surgery, Lyden also has a registered physician in vascular interpretation degree.

Vitamix was inducted into the Made in the USA Foundation Hall of Fame for its contribution to job creation, accurate labeling, promotion of American-made products, and labor and environmental standards.

League Park Advisors hired Wayne Twardokus and Ari Deutchman as members of its middle-market investment banking team.

Twardokus joins League Park from Harris Williams & Co., where he worked as a vice president originating and executing mergers and acquisitions for middle-market companies. While at Harris Williams, Twardokus was active within the specialty distribution and industrial manufacturing verticals. He also previously worked as an associate at National City Capital Markets and Brown Gibbons Lang & Co.

Deutchman was previously with Ally Commercial Finance in New York City. While at Ally Commercial Finance, he managed a private equity fund investment portfolio, as well as a secured credit facilities portfolio in the industrial manufacturing, health care, transportation, retail and energy sectors.

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