Robert Moorehead, chief wholesale banking officer at F.N.B Corporation, the parent company of First National Bank, will retire in January of 2021.

With more than 45 years of banking experience, Moorehead joined FNB in 2011 as president of its Pittsburgh region and was appointed chief wholesale banking officer in 2015.

“Bob played a significant role in the development of the banking landscape that Pittsburgh is known for today. He has been a valuable partner in building and expanding a full-service commercial banking organization at FNB that is a formidable competitor for both large and small institutions throughout the industry,” Vincent J. Delie, Jr., chairman, president and CEO of F.N.B. Corporation and First National Bank, said. “Bob’s impact is most evident in the talented team he has developed to take our commercial bank into the future, and his retirement creates an exciting opportunity for several of our exceptional leaders to assume greater responsibility on our path forward.”

As part of its succession plan, FNB has made additional updates to its commercial banking leadership team. Bryant Mitchell was appointed to chief wholesale banking officer and Ahmed El Nokali was appointed managing director of capital markets. Brad Jones is now executive vice president of commercial banking for the Carolinas.

In addition, several other executives will take on expanded responsibilities, including executive vice presidents of commercial banking Frank Krieder and Boyd Pethel, who each will assume oversight of additional commercial banking business units.