M&T's Chairman Is Latest To Reclaim the CEO Suite

Rieker, Matthias
November 2006
American Banker;11/27/2006, Vol. 171 Issue 226, p1
Trade Publication
The article examines the issue of succession planning at M & T Bank Corp. in the wake of Robert G. Wilmer's announced plan to reclaim the CEO role from the retiring Robert E. Sadler Jr. The decision from Sadler to retire, and the appointment of Wilmer to succeed him, are discussed. The shuffling of other executives in the company is also discussed in light of the argument over who will eventually succeed Wilmer. CEO succession plans at other financial institutions are briefly discussed.


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