TriState Capital Holdings in Pittsburgh has added an experienced banker to its board.

The $3.7 billion-asset company disclosed in a regulatory filing Wednesday that Kim Ruth had become a director.

Ruth was chairman of the Houston region for Bank of Texas, a division of BOK Financial, from September 2014 to November 2015. Before that, she held a number of leadership posts at Bank of America, including five years as Texas state president and a decade as Houston market president.

Ruth joined TriState's compensation, nominating and corporate governance committee and its director loan review subcommittee.

She succeeded Richard Zappala, who recently retired from TriState's board.

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