F.N.B. in Pittsburgh has shuffled its management ranks, after John Williams announced his retirement as bank president.
The $16.6 billion-asset company said Williams will retire next month as president of the First National Bank of Pennsylvania. F.N.B.'s president and chief executive, Vincent Delie, will add the title of president of First National Bank.
Additionally, F.N.B. will promote Barry Robinson to chief consumer banking and Robert Moorehead to chief wholesale banking officer. Robinson is currently head of consumer banking and Moorehead is president of First National Bank's Pittsburgh region. Both will report to Delie.
Williams has been First National Bank's president in 2011, after joining the bank in 2008. During his tenure, Williams has contributed to the growth of the bank's wealth management group and its insurance agency, according to the company. He has previously worked at Huntington National Bank and at Mellon Bank.