First Commonwealth Bank Adds Senior Vice President & Senior Corporate Banker to Columbus Region
Columbus, OH (November 7) – First Commonwealth Bank recently announced the addition of Frank Yankovich as Senior Vice President & Senior Corporate Banker. In this role, Yankovich will support business clients with their financial needs and further build community relationships through mentoring opportunities, as well as participating in local civic affairs.
Yankovich joins First Commonwealth Bank with more than two decades of experience in the Central Ohio market as a leader in building business relationships and offering unique problem solving capabilities to increase operational improvements. He most recently served in the mortgage industry as both Chief Executive Officer of CBCS and as Chief Financial Officer of CBC Companies. He was also known as an industry leader during his tenure as a partner with Deloitte, McLain, Hill, Rugg & Associates and also at Clarus Partners.
Frank will be based out of the Columbus Business Center at 200 Civic Center Drive, Columbus, OH 43215. First Commonwealth Bank currently has 16 retail offices in Central Ohio.
Yankovich holds an Accounting degree from the Bethany College.
About First Commonwealth Financial Corporation
First Commonwealth Financial Corporation (NYSE:FCF), headquartered in Indiana, Pennsylvania, is a financial services company with 140 banking offices in 22 counties throughout western and central Pennsylvania and Ohio, as well as Corporate Banking Centers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. The company also operates mortgage offices in Wexford, Pennsylvania, as well as Hudson and Dublin, Ohio. First Commonwealth provides a full range of commercial banking, consumer banking, mortgage, wealth management and insurance products and services through its subsidiaries First Commonwealth Bank and First Commonwealth Insurance Agency. It is through these services that the company strives to execute on its mission to improve the financial lives of its neighbors and their businesses.