FNB SIGNIFICANT Milestones 1864 2013 1974 2016 2003 First National Bank was founded in Greenville, Pennsylvania as The First National Bank of West Greenville. FNB expands into other metropolitan markets, such as Cleveland and Baltimore, and replicates its Pittsburgh strategic growth. Through additional acquisitions and organic growth, FNB achieves a top 10 retail deposit market share in Baltimore. F.N.B. Corporation is established as a financial services holding company for First National Bank and its affiliates. FNB announces the largest acquisition in its history, a transformational event that expands the Company into the southeastern United States, adding high-growth markets in North Carolina and South Carolina. The Company begins trading common shares on the New York Stock Exchange as “FNB.” The Bank grows beyond Greenville as First National Bank of Mercer County. The first in a series of acquisitions begins which establishes FNB’s strong presence in Pittsburgh. FNB achieves top 3 retail deposit market share in Pittsburgh through strategic mergers and continued growth. After a premier acquisition, the Bank changes its name to First National Bank of Pennsylvania, continuing its ambition to grow throughout the state. The corporate headquarters moves to Pittsburgh from Hermitage, Pennsylvania, signifying FNB’s emergence as a world-class financial institution and establishing it in the ranks of one of the largest Pittsburgh-based public companies. 1955 2005 1992 2014