Andrew E. Randall
Andrew E. Randall is President and CEO of Cleveland Private Trust Company where he also serves as a Director of the Board. He is responsible for business development and relationship management. Prior to joining New York Private Bank & Trust, Mr. Randall was President of TriState Capital Bank’s Ohio operation, and before that, spent ten years as Executive Vice President & Chairman of U.S. Bank in Cleveland responsible for all business activities in Northern & Central Ohio. He is a former President of U.S. Bank’s Wisconsin operation that held $18 billion in total assets and was responsible for commercial banking activities including consumer and private banking, commercial real estate, asset and treasury management. Mr. Randall also spent 20 years with Bank of America, working in New York, Mexico, Singapore, Hong Kong and San Francisco. There he held various lending roles and also served as Senior Vice President and Director of Treasury Management responsible for generating annual revenues of $200 million.
Mr. Randall has a number of civic interests, which include Board Member of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Chairman Board of Cuyahoga Community College, Past President Board of Directors Park Synagogue, Board Member Menorah Park Senior Living Facility and Trustee of Cleveland Clinic. He received his M.B.A. in Finance from Syracuse University and a B.S. in Business Management from Bradley University.
James M. Hojnacki
James M. Hojnacki is Managing Director and COO of Cleveland Private Trust Company. He is responsible for participation in the management activities of Cleveland Private Trust Company and business development. Jim has spent over 30 years in the Finance and Banking industry in and around the Northeast Ohio. Prior to joining Cleveland Private Trust Company, Mr. Hojnacki was Senior Vice President at Dollar Bank where he managed a team of private bankers, a portfolio manager and compliance and administrative staff. He began his career in public accounting with PricewaterhouseCoopers, a multinational audit, assurance and consulting firm.
Jim graduated from Cleveland State University’s James Nance School of Business with a Bachelor of Arts degree and pursued graduate studies at Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management with a focus on Finance and Marketing.
William M. Isaac
William M. Isaac headed the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation during the banking crisis of the 1980s, serving under Presidents Carter and Reagan from 1978 through 1985. Mr. Isaac founded The Secura Group, a leading consulting firm, in 1986. Secura was acquired by FTI Consulting in 2011, where Mr. Isaac served as senior managing director through 2019 when Mr. Isaac partnered with Howard Milstein in the financial services business, serving on the boards of New York Private Bank & Trust and Emigrant Bank, as well as serving as non-executive Chairman of Sarasota Private Trust and Cleveland Private Trust. The Isaac-Milstein Group is their financial consulting arm.
Mr. Isaac is Member, Board of Directors of the Ringling College of Art & Design, Sarasota, Florida; Member, Board of Directors, Total System Services (TSYS); Former Chairman of the Board of Directors of Fifth Third Bancorp; Chairman of the Isaac Family Property Companies; Life Member of the Board of Directors of The Ohio State University Foundation; Member of the Board of Directors of BankCap Investment Fund; and Member, of the Bretton Woods Committee.
Mr. Isaac received an honorary LLD from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, a JD, summa cum laude, from the College of Law at The Ohio State University and a BS in Business Administration and Economics from Miami University.
John R. Hart
Mr. Hart is President and CEO of Sarasota Private Trust Company and is Vice Chairman of New York Private Bank & Trust Company. He also serves as a Director of the Board of Cleveland Private Trust Company. Mr. Hart has over 40 years of experience in the banking sector, primarily in Investments and Private Wealth Management. He is responsible for the Private Banking Division and the Capital Markets Division of Emigrant Bank which oversees investments in private equity funds, hedge funds, common stocks, municipal and corporate bonds, and other fixed income instruments. Mr. Hart also oversees New York Private Finance which provides credit to finance strategic investments for private investors. Additionally, he oversees Aperture Media Partners, a specialty finance business in the film and television industry.
In civic and philanthropic activities, Mr. Hart is a Board Member of Opportunity International, a past Chairman of the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding, the Christian Heritage School and Hope Church. He is also currently a National Advisor to Rev. Tim Keller, an American theologian, author and pastor.
Mr. Hart holds an MBA in Finance from Saint Joseph’s University and a B.A. in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University.
George Dickson, Jr.
George J. Dickson, Jr. is Executive Vice President of New York Private Bank & Trust and a Director of the Board of Cleveland Private Trust Company. Mr. Dickson has been an executive officer of Emigrant Bank since 1988. He is a founding member of the Bank’s Asset/Liability Committee, managing and advising nearly $5 billion of mortgage-backed securities, corporate bonds, preferred stocks, U.S. Government Securities, and municipal bonds. Mr. Dickson also advises separately managed accounts for New York Private Bank & Trust clients and reviews alternative investment allocations for suitability.
For more than 30 years, he has been integrally involved with all of the Bank’s Capital Markets initiatives, ranging from operating the wholesale money market desk to the highly successful U.S. Treasury, GNMA MBS, and municipal bond trading programs. He created and managed the NYPB&T Municipal Liquidity Fund (MF-1 LP), a special purpose hedge fund designed to capitalize on unique opportunities that arose during the financial crisis. Prior to joining Emigrant Bank, he was an Investment Strategist at Meritor (PSFS) Bank in Philadelphia.
Mr. Dickson holds a B.S. degree from Drexel University, with a dual major in Finance and Economics, and an M.S. from the University of Pennsylvania.
Karl H. Heckenberg
Karl H. Heckenberg is President and CEO of Emigrant Partners and its affiliated company Fiduciary Network. In addition, he sits on the Board of Managers of the aforementioned companies. He is also a Director of the Board of Cleveland Private Trust Company. Karl has worked in financial services throughout his entire career and has previously worked for Merrill Lynch, A.G. Edwards & Sons, Wells Fargo and Charles Schwab.
He also serves on the boards of Sarasota Private Trust Company, New York Private Trust Company and is Senior Executive Vice President of Emigrant Bank. Karl was raised in the Washington, D.C. area and graduated from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.
Carole F. Hoover
Carole F. Hoover is Senior Advisor to Cleveland Private Trust Company. Since the year 2000, she has been President and Chief Executive Officer of HooverMilstein, a partnership with New York businessman and philanthropist Howard P. Milstein. The company’s primary focus is commercial real estate and financial services. HooverMilstein finds, nurtures and builds business enterprises in Ohio as well as throughout the United States.
Business affiliations included serving as Chairman of Host of Cleveland, a joint venture partnership between HWH, LLC and HMS Host. She served on the Boards of both Weston Solutions and Shoney’s, Inc. She currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
Ms. Hoover has been the recipient of numerous awards including the National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) “Humanitarian Award” (2005), the Prevent Blindness Ohio “People of Vision Award” (2002), Ohio Women’s Hall of Fame inductee (1999), the “In Tribute to the Public Service Award” presented by the Levin College of Urban Studies of Cleveland State University (1996), the “YWCA Career Woman of Achievement Award” in (1980) and “Black Professional of the Year” presented by Cleveland’s Black Professionals Association (1986). She was the recipient of the “YWCA’s 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award,” the “2017 Cleveland Heritage Medal” as well as the “Who’s Who in Black Cleveland 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award.”