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F.N.B. Corporation is a diversified financial services business headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and its parent company, First National Bank. F.N.B. assets currently total more than $37 billion. F.N.B. has branches in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Pennsylvania, Cleveland, Ohio, Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham, and the Piedmont Triad (Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point) in North Carolina. The company has 4,300 staff.
The First National Bank of West Greenville was established in 1864 in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, and worked out of President Samuel P. Johnston's house in Greenville, Pennsylvania.
The bank remained a fixture in Mercer County during World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II. In 1946, it valued assets at around $2 million.
The bank expanded in the 1970s. In the 1980s, the bank was renamed the First National Bank of Mercer County, and in the 1990s, the bank was acquired by Regency Finance Corporation.
Along with acquiring ten branch offices from First National Bank of Pennsylvania in July 1992, the First National Bank of Mercer County changed its name to the present First National Bank of Pennsylvania. At this time, First National Bank in New Castle changed its name to First Western Bank to prevent confusion; that bank is now part of Huntington Bancshares after many mergers.
Since 2003, the company has increased assets to over $4.6 billion and now trades on the NYSE. The company's primary business is the financial services industry and is listed in the Financial sector in Standard & Poor's GICS financial index.
Current C.E.O. Vincent J. Delie joined the bank in 2005 as president of the Pittsburgh region. Since then, the company has seen growth both organically and through mergers.
In 2012, FNB acquired Monroeville Parkvale Savings Bank.
FNB purchased Harrisburg area Metro Bank in 2015 (formerly Commerce Bank).
In 2016, FNB agreed to a $1.4 billion agreement with Yadkin Financial of Raleigh, North Carolina, the company's history's biggest deal. The merger occurred on March 11, 2017.
In May 2017, FNB announced that it would house its regional headquarters in a 22-story building in Raleigh called FNB Tower.
In March 2018, FNB announced plans to construct a 31-story headquarters in Charlotte.
In December, FNB announced it would move its current headquarters to a new 26-story building in downtown Pittsburgh named FNB Financial Center. The groundbreaking is planned for late 2020 and completion in 2022.
FNB is the second-largest bank headquartered in Pennsylvania by assets.
On July 25, 2014, F.N.B. announced that Pittsburgh was its new headquarters. FNB's growth in Pittsburgh has grown from a single office in 1997 to more than 100 locations today. Since 2014, FNB has grown its Pittsburgh campus to include executive offices, commercial banking, private banking, mortgage banking, capital markets, communications, and more. FNB announced in December 2019 that it would anchor a new 26-story building in downtown Pittsburgh. FNB is the second largest bank in Pittsburgh, calculated by total assets.
Deli was President of F.N.B. Corporation in 2011, and in 2012 he was additionally elected to the board of directors. Deli was re-elected as president of First National Bank in 2015 when John Williams retired.
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