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Company Overview of S&T Bank

Company Overview

S&T Bank provides financial services to families and businesses in Pennsylvania. Its personal banking products and services include checking, savings, and money market accounts, as well as IRAs, and certificates of deposit; mortgage loans, home equity lines and loans, auto loans, unsecured loans, and unsecured lines of credit; credit cards; home finances; and banking products and services for students. The company’s business banking products and services comprise checking and savings accounts, and employee banking; financing solutions, including lines of credit, loans, small business administration loans, and credit cards; treasury management services, such as remote deposit capture; merchan...

800 Philadelphia Street

Indiana, PA 15701

United States

Founded in 1902





Key Executives for S&T Bank

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 54
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Executive Vice President and Finance Division Manager
Age: 55
Chief Operating Officer and Senior Executive Vice President
Age: 54
Senior Vice President and President of S&T Evergreen Insurance
Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

S&T Bank Key Developments

S&T Bank Names Paul Kelly as Senior Vice President in Northeast Ohio

S&T Bank, a unit of S&T Bancorp Inc. has announced the appointment of Paul Kelly as senior vice president, commercial banker at its Akron branch, which opened on December 1, 2016.

S&T Bank Opens New Office in Akron, Ohio

S&T Bank has said that it will be opening its newest office located at North Cleveland-Massillon Road in Akron, Ohio on December 1, 2016. The new office will offer commercial, business, and consumer banking, as well as treasury management and private banking services to qualified individuals, executives, and business owners in northeast Ohio. S&T Bank's Akron team will be led by Steve Hendricks, senior vice president, commercial banking regional manager and market executive.

S&T Bank Announces Earnings Results for the Third Quarter of 2016

S&T Bank announced earnings results for the third quarter of 2016. The company earned $20.6 million in the third quarter 2016, up 10% from $18.6 million a year earlier on higher revenue. Per-share profits rose 9% to 59 cents from 54 cents. Net interest income increased 4% to $51.5 million, while non-interest income rose 8% to $13.4 million.

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