First National Extends Execubank to Mobile Devices

PITTSBURGH – With its new app, FNB Business, First National Bank of Pennsylvania has extended Execubanc to smartphones and tablets so its commercial banking customers can use their mobile devices to perform most of the functions on their PCs.

The president and CEO of F.N.B. Corp., parent of First National Bank, Vincent J. Delie Jr. made the announcement Monday.

In a statement, Delie said that the bank’s commercial banking clients can use the “leading-edge mobile capabilities available in our new FNB Business app, making it possible to manage and monitor accounts via mobile device[s].” Its business customer can function outside their offices and PCs, he noted.

With FNB Business and Execubanc, executives can check the balances in their company accounts, transfer funds between accounts and view recent transactions, including images of checks, First National Bank says. They can also push notifications that offer “up-to-date insight into account activity.”

The FNB Business app provides businessmen and women the ability to approve time-sensitive transfers of funds, although their ACH (automated clearinghouse) and wire transfers must be initiated on Execubanc.

“FNB Business helps protect high-volume accounts with mobile access to Positive Pay,” the bank’s account reconcilement service, a spokeswoman said. The new app allows a business customer to “receive and act on their daily exception report [and] quickly take action against fraudulent activity” when he is away from the offices as long as he has the app on their mobile devices.

First National Bank commercial customers can download the app at no charge, the spokeswoman said, but “are subject to a $10 a month service charge.”

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