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S&T Bank Enhances Consumer Banking With New Leadership

S&T Bank Enhances Consumer Banking With New Leadership

S&T Bank announced the appointment of Jason Forman as the executive vice president, director of consumer banking. S&T Bank is a full-service financial institution with assets of $9.2 billion and current operations in five markets including Western PennsylvaniaEastern PennsylvaniaNortheast OhioCentral Ohio, and Upstate New York.

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In his new role, Forman will oversee the next phase of growth and transformation for retail banking, mortgage, consumer lending, retail business banking and wealth management. He will work closely with executive management, market presidents and lines of business leaders to generate new business and grow revenue for the Bank.

“Jason’s exceptional banking knowledge and ability to increase revenue across multiple business lines makes him an excellent addition to our leadership team,” commented David G. Antolik, president of S&T Bank. “His focus on driving innovation, striving for operational excellence and improving the customer experience will directly contribute to the growth of our consumer lines of business.”

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Prior to joining S&T Bank, Forman held various management positions at BBVA, FirstMerit, and most recently Huntington Bank where he was a regional director responsible for 216 branches and 1,450 employees. His leadership responsibilities included retail banking, mortgage, business banking and financial advisory lines of business.

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