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Former 1st Mariner executive McKew joins CFG Community Bank

Former 1st Mariner Bank executive Daniel McKew has landed a job at Baltimore's CFG Community Bank.

CFG Community announced Tuesday that McKew will become its president. McKew left 1st Mariner after a year as its president.

Previously, McKew served as chief executive of SunTrust Equipment Finance & Leasing Corp. in Towson.

CFG Community Bank and its holding company, Capital Funding Bancorp, are operating under a consent order with state and federal bank regulators to shore up their corporate governance and management review processes.

Hanah.cho@baltsun.com

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