S&T Bank is dropping the Integrity name from its local branches, finishing a process that began when it absorbed Cumberland County-based Integrity in 2015.
Integrity’s former branches in Central Pennsylvania have operated as Integrity Bank – A Division of S&T Bank over the roughly two years since they were bought by Indiana County-based S&T.
Those former Integrity branches will become simply S&T Bank by Sept. 5, S&T officials said Thursday.
“We are very proud of our highly successful merger with Integrity Bank. Our partnership has been based on similarities in our cultures, the way we approach business, and our commitment to community,” S&T president and CEO Todd Brice said in a news release. “Together, we have built upon the reputation and trust Integrity established throughout central Pennsylvania, and we look forward to continuing to serve customers with the same high-quality products and services they have come to expect.”
S&T/Integrity customers will not need to make any changes after the name change. All accounts will remain the same, and customers can continue using their existing cards and checks.
S&T’s footprint spans Pennsylvania, Ohio and New York. It has about $7.1 billion in assets.