Huntington Names Corts Regional Banking Director

COLUMBUS, Ohio, – Huntington National Bank has selected Christian Corts as its new director, overseeing its regional banking teams across Huntington’s 11-state footprint. Most recently, Corts served as the North Texas regional president at Truist Financial Corp.

In this new role, Corts will be responsible for enhancing and delivering Huntington’s highly differentiated regional banking model that will allow the company to stay nimble and be more responsive to customers and the unique needs of its communities, the company said. Corts will be responsible for the financial performance of the regions and lead a diverse team of regional presidents, market presidents and regional banking market managers.

“At our core, Huntington is a community bank that is deeply connected to our local communities. We are thrilled to have Christian join our team to help deliver the best local model in the industry,” says Brant Standridge, president of Consumer and Regional Banking.

In addition to leading the North Texas region at Truist, Corts previously served as the East Tennessee regional president. Before Truist, he held various senior leadership roles at BB&T in commercial and corporate banking.

“I am excited to join Huntington Bank and lead an incredibly talented regional banking team. It’s truly an honor to join an organization with such a rich history and culture, which closely aligns with my passion for service and making a meaningful impact in the lives of others,” says Corts.

An active member in his community, Corts serves on multiple boards and was recognized as one of the most influential business leaders in North Texas.

Corts earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from Samford University and his master’s degree in business administration from Wake Forest University.

He will be based in Columbus.

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