History

FNB got its start in a home in Greenville, Pennsylvania, in 1864. Today, we are the second largest bank based in Pennsylvania by assets and are recognized as a leader in innovation across our growing six-state footprint.

While there have been many changes since our humble beginnings, our focus on doing what’s right for our customers and communities continues to define us today as it did at our very beginning. Here’s a brief timeline of FNB’s journey from our roots as a largely rural institution to become one of the 50 largest bank holding companies based in the U.S. by total assets.

  • 1864: First National Bank is founded in Greenville, Pennsylvania, as The First National Bank of West Greenville. The Bank operates out of the house of the first Bank President Samuel P. Johnston.
  • 1884: Re-chartered as The First National Bank of Greenville, the bank will remain a fixture in Mercer County through World War I, the Great Depression and World War II.
  • 1946: Assets grow to approximately $2 million.
  • 1974: F.N.B. Corporation is established as a financial services holding company for a growing family of business entities that today includes:
    • The Bank
    • First National Insurance Agency, established in 1998
    • F.N.B. Wealth Management, established in 1998
  • 1992: The Bank becomes First National Bank of Pennsylvania following a successful merger in northwestern Pennsylvania.
  • 2003: F.N.B. Corporation, with assets of $4.6 billion and more than 125 locations, begins trading common shares on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “FNB.”
  • 2005: Current Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Vincent J. Delie, Jr., joins FNB as President of the Pittsburgh Region. Delie was named CEO in 2012.
  • 2005-2016: FNB completes 14 acquisitions and achieves top retail deposit share in three major metropolitan statistical areas: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Cleveland, Ohio; and Baltimore, Maryland.
  • 2014: FNB officially moves its corporate headquarters to Pittsburgh from Hermitage, Pennsylvania.
  • 2016: FNB exceeds a milestone $20 billion in assets, making it the second largest bank based in Pittsburgh and across the state of Pennsylvania by assets.
  • 2017: FNB begins serving customers in the Southeastern U.S as it expands into North Carolina and South Carolina through a merger with Yadkin Financial Corporation.