ETFs end a busy month | WilmingtonBiz
It was a hectic January for FNB Corp., which has seven bank branches in the Wilmington market.
First, the Pittsburgh-based banking company announced the launch of Physicians First, an all-digital program of specialty loan and deposit products for doctors, dentists, veterinarians and other healthcare professionals.
Available online, in branches and via mobile device through FNB’s exclusive online store, Physicians First “provides a bundled suite of digitally accessible solutions that meet the personal and professional financial needs of the medical community,” the company said. in a press release.
The eStore allows customers to bank, complete applications, download information and schedule appointments with financial professionals online, the statement said.
FNB officials introduced Physicians First because of its “significant potential to improve the financial results of members of the healthcare industry,” according to the statement. The program includes business loans, deposit products, mortgage and consumer loans, and wealth management services, as well as a new physician education refinance loan to repay medical school loans.
Later that month, First National Bank, a subsidiary of FNB Corp., announced that it had been named the 2021 Best Workplaces in Western Pennsylvania winner in the category of workplaces with 150 or more employees.
FNB was the only bank among more than 70 total companies to be named to the Pittsburgh Business Times’ annual rankings, according to the release.
On January 22, ETF Corp. also completed its planned merger with Baltimore-based Howard Bancorp Inc. The merger gives FNB approximately $42 billion in total assets, $27 billion in total loans and $33 billion in total deposits.