TriState Capital Holdings in Pittsburgh has promoted its bank's chief risk officer to bank president.

The $3 billion-asset company named Brian Fetterolf to succeed James Getz as president of TriState Capital Bank; Getz will remain chairman and chief executive of the bank, as well as chairman, president and CEO of the holding company.

Fetterolf has worked for TriState since 2009. He previously worked for Macquarie Capital Advisors and LaSalle Bank/ABN Amro.

TriState named Melvin Washington to succeed Fetterolf as the bank's chief risk officer. Washington had been senior vice president of enterprise risk and compliance management.

Getz has been chairman and CEO of TriState Capital Holdings since 2007; he was named president of both the holding company and the bank in 2013.

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