As part of a consolidation plan announced in June, Pittsburgh-based FNB Corp. has closed 20 branches of its retail banking subsidiary, First National Bank of Pennsylvania.
FNB did not release a list of the planned closings at the time. But according to office closings data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., FNB closed the 20 branches — including one each in Berks, Cumberland and Lancaster counties — between late May and mid-October.
The Cumberland County branch closed in late September. It was on Carlisle Road in Lower Allen Township. The branches in Berks and Lancaster counties, which closed in May, were located in Wyomissing and Manheim Township.
Of the remaining 17 branches closed, 12 were in Pennsylvania, including three in Allegheny County. FNB also closed three branches in North Carolina and one each in Maryland and Ohio, according to the FDIC data.
FNB said the consolidation of 20 bank locations was done to “increase efficiency and improve growth prospects for the bank as customer preferences for mobile and other technology-based services evolve.”
FNB has assets of about $33 billion and about 400 offices throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina.