First Commonwealth Bank in Indiana, Pa., has hired Jane Grebenc as its new president.
Grebenc has also been named chief revenue officer for First Commonwealth Financial Corp. (FCF), the bank's parent company, according to a news release Tuesday. She will oversee retail and small-business banking, corporate banking, wealth management and marketing for the $6.1 billion-asset company.
Grebenc succeeds T. Michael Price as president of the bank, a spokeswoman said. Price was promoted from bank president to parent company president in March 2012, following the retirement of John Dolan.
Grebenc was most recently executive vice president of retail banking, operations and technology for Park View Federal Savings Bank in Solon, Ohio. From 2007 through 2009, she was responsible for the strategic oversight of Key Bank's (KEY) wealth division, First Commonwealth said. She began her career with National City Bank in Cleveland.
Grebenc "brings with her a distinguished record of accomplishment in revenue generation and plan execution," Price said in the release. "In addition to her 25 years of leadership experience in the financial services industry, Jane's expertise in business development, distribution management, and operations will be a tremendous asset to First Commonwealth."