Wilmington, Delaware-based PNC Bank announced a number of new hires over the past month at its Central Texas offices in Austin and San Antonio.
PNC Bank has hired Charlie Chadderdon to serve as senior vice president and managing director of corporate and institutional banking in Austin. He is a FINRA-licensed banker with more than a decade of experience working in financial securities trading and commercial and corporate banking. Prior to joining PNC Bank, Chadderdon was a senior vice president at Texas Capital Bank and prior to that served for nine years at Wells Fargo as part of its technology banking group.
Chadderdon holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from the University of Idaho, a degree in international finance from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and an MBA degree from the University of Texas–Austin. He serves on the Andy Roddick Foundation Leadership Council and is the vice president of programs for the Association of Corporate Growth in Austin.
Brian Outlaw has joined the bank as vice president/senior business development officer in the bank’s institutional asset management group covering Central Texas. With more than 20 years of experience working in financial services, employee benefits and risk management, Austin-based Outlaw will be working with public and private companies, as well as nonprofit organizations, endowments and foundations. He designs, builds and implements investment strategies for reserve/strategic assets and also operates as a fiduciary advisor to defined contribution plans.
Outlaw earned his bachelor’s degree in finance and financial management services from Texas State University. Active in his community, he serves on the board of YMCA of Round Rock and as a volunteer with Austin Habitat for Humanity, Caritas of Austin and the Round Rock Chamber.
Laura Villagran Johnson joins PNC Bank as vice president/director of client and community relations. She will oversee brand, sponsorship and philanthropic giving in the Austin market. She has been a major contributor to Austin’s nonprofit, media and entertainment spaces for 17 years, leading the major events around the opening of the Long Center and ACL Live at the Moody Theater. Most recently, she opened the PBS Austin Media Center in her role as the director of external relations with KLRU-TV/Austin PBS.
Villagran Johnson holds a BA degree in public relations, with a minor in business, from Texas State University. She serves as a board member and events chair for Austin Pets Alive.
PNC Bank welcomes Miranda Perkins as executive assistant to the bank’s regional president. She will support the bank’s main street banking model as a strategic partner who supports the regional president’s office in executing business strategies to help drive revenue across all lines of business. The office has direct oversight for business development, building and maintaining client relationships and leading philanthropic initiatives in support of central Texas communities. Perkins began her career as a bank teller and has more than 15 years of customer service experience.
Perkins holds an associate’s degree from Austin Community College. She is a volunteer health educator for the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas and a fundraiser for the Mid-Atlantic region of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She has also donated more than 80 inches of her hair to make wigs for children with cancer.
Austin Guerrero has joined the bank as vice president/corporate banking relationship manager in San Antonio. Prior to joining PNC Bank, he served in the commercial banking department of Wells Fargo in San Antonio.
Guerrero holds a BS degree in mathematical finance and a BA degree in theoretical economics from Trinity University. He serves as a board member for the San Antonio chapter of Financial Executive International and frequently volunteers with United Way of Bexar County as a part of its standards review team.
Established in 1864, PNC Bank operates more than 2,500 locations across the U.S., including 330 branches in Texas.