PNC Bank Names Regional Presidents in California with Appointments of Ingle and Wilson
OCT 28, 2021 - 6:06 am
PNC Bank appointed two regional presidents in California, further expanding its local leadership and decision-making model in the state.
Jarrod Ingle joined PNC as the regional president and head of corporate banking for the Orange County-Inland Empire market, while Todd Wilson assumed responsibilities as regional president for the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area. The continued implementation of the regional president model across the state follows the bank’s appointment earlier this year of Alan Prohaska as regional president and head of corporate banking for San Diego.
“The regional president model that enables PNC’s Main Street approach to working with clients is the key differentiator for us in the markets we serve. Jarrod and Todd are the ideal leaders to help us extend this local decision-making model further across California, both bringing deep experience and knowledge of their markets, along with an established history of successfully supporting clients across a range of industries,” Laura MacNeil, office of the regional president’s territory executive for the west at PNC, said.
In his role as regional president, Ingle will lead the Orange County-Inland Empire market, overseeing business development and client relationships and helping lead PNC’s local philanthropic initiatives. Additionally, as head of corporate banking, Ingle will serve as the senior executive leading business development and relationship management for middle-market and large corporate banking clients. Ingle has 25 years of banking experience and previously worked for a nationally branded commercial bank, where he led the local middle-market banking team and served as a senior representative at various business community, civic and legislative events.
“There is tremendous opportunity for us to meet the needs of middle market and large corporate banking clients across California. Jarrod brings a depth of knowledge and experience in supporting the local market and corporate banking clients in the region. He is the right leader, joining us at the right time to oversee our efforts locally in Orange County and Inland Empire as PNC continues to build a coast-to-coast footprint,” Beth Karlson, co-head of middle market and large corporate banking at PNC, said.
Wilson, as regional president, will lead the delivery of PNC’s bank model in the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area. This includes overseeing and supporting business development and client relationships across every line of business, in addition to leading the delivery of PNC’s community commitment value and philanthropic focus on supporting the local markets in which it operates.
Wilson joined PNC after serving for more than 25 years in a variety of senior executive roles that spanned private equity, leverage lending, specialty finance and general corporate finance roles. In addition to this experience, Wilson also was a managing director for the City of Los Angeles, where he developed and led the city’s strategy to support small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Combined, Ingle and Wilson bring some 50 years of financial services and leadership experience to markets where PNC currently serves clients through several business areas, including PNC Real Estate, PNC Business Credit, Fortis Advisors, Harris Williams, PNC Private Bank, retail banking and PNC Mortgage.
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