F.N.B. has chosen a new market president for its home base in Pittsburgh.
The $16.6 billion-asset company picked Ronald Donatelli to succeed Roger Moorehead as Pittsburgh regional president, according to a Friday news release. Moorehead earlier this month was promoted to chief wholesale banking officer.
F.N.B. ranked as the fourth-largest bank in the Pittsburgh metro area, with 4.1% of the market's retail deposits, as of June 30, 2014, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Donatelli will be responsible for small business and corporate banking development in Pittsburgh, F.N.B.'s largest market. He'll also oversee several bank divisions, including syndications, international banking services and business credit divisions.
Donatelli joined First National Bank of Pennsylvania in 2009 to lead its business credit division. His previous title at F.N.B. was managing director of business credit.
F.N.B. earlier this month announced it had agreed to acquire the $3 billion-asset Metro Bancorp in Harrisburg, to expand in central Pennsylvania.