Codorus Valley Bancorp in York, Pa., has added a veteran banker to its board.
The $2.3 billion-asset company said in a press release Tuesday that Scott Fainor had also joined its risk management committee.
The company also appointed Kent Matsumoto to its board. Matsumoto, who was legal counsel at several publicly traded companies during his career, is already a director of Codorus Valley’s bank.
The appointments come two months after Codorus Valley reached a truce with Driver Management, an activist investor that had pushed the company to find a buyer.
Codorus Valley had previously added John Kiernan, a Driver-proposed director nominee, to its board. The company agreed to select a second director and to work with Driver to “identify a third new director with substantial public company board experience from the banking sector.”