First Commonwealth Bank Adds Senior Corporate Banker to Pittsburgh Region
Brandi E. Welsch
Pittsburgh, PA (January 18) – First Commonwealth Bank recently announced the addition of Brandi E. Welsch as a Senior Corporate Banker. In this role, Welsch will support investment real estate clients with their financial needs and further build community relationships.
Welsch joins First Commonwealth Bank with nearly eight years of experience in the Pittsburgh market as a Senior Associate at HFF, L.P, a national real estate capital markets intermediary. During her tenure there, Brandi handled a wide range of financial responsibilities that included sourcing and closing more than $4 billion in Debt and Investment Advisory transactions, inclusive of national accounts. Brandi will be based out of the Frick Building at 437 Grant Street in downtown Pittsburgh.
Welsch holds both a Bachelors of Business Administration and a Masters of Real Estate Development and Urbanism degree from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. She is also actively involved in the community with the Urban Land Institute, International Council of Shopping Centers, Junior League of Pittsburgh, and as an advisory volunteer at Carnegie Mellon University.
About First Commonwealth Financial Corporation
First Commonwealth Financial Corporation (NYSE:FCF), headquartered in Indiana, Pennsylvania, is a financial services company with 139 banking offices in 22 counties throughout western and central Pennsylvania and Ohio, as well as Corporate Banking Centers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Cincinnati, 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.
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