F.N.B. Corporation hired D. Bryant Mitchell as executive vice president of its capital markets and specialty finance businesses.
In this newly created role at FNB, Mitchell will oversee a number of commercial banking business lines including capital markets, loan syndications, interest rate sales and marketing, international banking, equipment finance and small business administration (SBA) lending. Mitchell will be based in Pittsburgh, reporting to Robert Moorehead, FNB’s chief wholesale banking officer.
“We are very pleased to have Bryant join the FNB leadership team,” said Vincent J. Delie, Jr., chairman, president and CEO of F.N.B. Corporation and First National Bank. “He brings a wealth of experience in capital markets, corporate banking, credit and risk management, and will make an immediate impact as we continue to build out these capabilities commensurate with a larger institution.”
With more than 35 years of experience with PNC Financial Services Group, Mitchell has a track record of proven results leading and managing a range of functions including capital markets, corporate banking and credit policy. He held a number of significant leadership roles and most recently served as executive vice president and regional executive – energy, metals and mining, where he oversaw corporate banking expansion in new markets and launched a successful energy vertical.
F.N.B. Corporation, headquartered in Pittsburgh, is a diversified financial services company operating in eight states.
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