Bram Goldsmith, 90, will resign as chairman City National Corp. as of Tuesday, but will continue serving on the bank holding company's board as chairman emeritus, American Banker reports. His son, Chief Executive Russell Goldsmith, will succeed him as chairman, the company said.
For reprint and licensing requests for this article, CLICK HERE.
Stories You May Also Be Interested In
- L.A. Banking Pioneer Bram Goldsmith Dies
- News of the Week
- End of City’s Goldsmith Era
- City National Bank Names Kelly Coffey CEO, Russell Goldsmith to Remain Chairman
- Russell Goldsmith: Taking Image Into Account
- Judah Hertz Group Eyeing Downtown Office Tower
- Coffey Takes Reins at City National
- City National Grows Into L.A.'s Largest Independent