Ferguson retiring from Fifth Third Bank
James “Jay” Ferguson III will retire from Fifth Third Bank at year's end, after nearly a decade overseeing the Western Pennsylvania market, the bank said on Wednesday.
Ferguson was succeeded as market president by Julie Fallon Hughes last year, and he has been market chairman since November 2011. He joined the Cincinnati-based bank in 2003 as market president when Fifth Third first entered the Pittsburgh market. The bank operates 15 branches here.
Ferguson will remain on Fifth Third's Pennsylvania board.
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