Huntington Bank names new CEO for region
Susan Baker Shipley was named Huntington Bank's new president for the Western Pennsylvania and Ohio Valley region, bank spokesman William Eiler confirmed.
Shipley was head of global trade finance for North America with Royal Bank of Scotland and Citizens Bank, and is to start with Huntington Tuesday and be based in Pittsburgh.
Huntington has about 40 offices in Western Pennsylvania.
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