FNB Corp. to Expand South Carolina Presence
PITTSBURGH – F.N.B. Corp. will expand its retail, commercial and wealth management presence in South Carolina by establishing three new retail banking locations and a downtown regional hub in Charleston and the surrounding area.
In addition to opening three branches, First National Bank, F.N.B.’s largest subsidiary, will operate a network of standalone traditional and interactive ATMs throughout the market.
“Our new locations in Charleston will enable us to better serve commercial and consumer clients in one of the southeast’s fastest-growing markets where we already have established local commercial, small business and mortgage relationships,” said Vincent J. Delie, Jr., chairman, president and CEO of F.N.B. Corp. and First National Bank. “We look forward to expanding our team in Charleston and increasing our commitment to the region.”
Efforts in Charleston will be led by Greg Heaton, president of F.N.B.’s Charlotte region.
“We already have great people covering the market and I look forward to building out our local team to deliver F.N.B.’s products and services in a full-service manner, including a complement of retail locations,” Heaton said. He will also add a regional market executive to manage the Charleston commercial team.
The new office locations will integrate technology and engagement with staff for a consultative client experience.
The offices provide access to a comprehensive range of personal and business banking products and services. The experience is enhanced by differentiated technology that includes one-of-a-kind Solutions Centers that allow customers to compare F.N.B. product options side-by-side and provide a self-guided digital overview of products and services to determine the best account for their needs.
Visit FNB-Online.com/innovation to learn more about F.N.B.’s online, mobile and in-branch technology.
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