FNB Corp., the Hermitage-based parent company of First National Bank of Pennsylvania, said this morning that Pittsburgh will become its official corporate headquarters, but in name only.
The bank said it would continue to run its operations center and support areas in Hermitage, Mercer County, and that no employees or customers would be impacted by the change. The bank’s charter also will remain in Greenville, Mercer County, where it was established in 1864.
FNB has maintained a regional headquarters in Pittsburgh on the North Shore since 2004. It has expanded in the Pittsburgh region through acquisitions from a single office in 1997 to more than 84 locations and the third-largest market share behind PNC Bank and Citizens Bank.
“Naming Pittsburgh as FNB Corp.’s official headquarters is a logical progression in our evolution as a regional financial services organization,” CEO Vincent Delie Jr. said in a statement.
Patricia Sabatini: email@example.com or 412-263-3066. First Published July 9, 2014 12:00 AM