First National Bank of Pennsylvania has named Gregory Conrad as its new regional banking executive for its capital region.
Conrad also assumes the title of senior vice president and will be responsible for developing and implementing the retail banking strategy for 37 branches in 14 counties. That includes the bank’s four branches in Cumberland, Dauphin and York counties.
Conrad has been with FNB since 2002 after starting in the banking world in 1998. He has most recently been market manager in the bank’s Pittsburgh region.
He will be based out of the bank’s downtown Harrisburg office and he succeeds Lloyd Lamm, who is retiring after 40 years at the bank and its predecessors.
First National Bank is the largest subsidiary of Pittsburgh-based F.N.B. Corp. The company has total assets of about $16.1 billion and has more than 280 branches in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio and West Virginiaxxcqxx.
The company trades its shares on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol FNB.