Brian S. Fetterolf was named CEO of Tristate Capital Bank and appointed to the board of directors of the bank and its parent company, TriState Capital Holdings.

Fetterolf has more than 20 years of financial services experience and has been with TriState Capital since 2009. He was named president of TriState Capital Bank in 2015, adding responsibility for overseeing sales and origination activities of the bank. In 2017, Fetterolf was also named president of Chartwell TSC Securities, the holding company’s broker-dealer subsidiary that facilitates the wholesale marketing of Chartwell Funds and The Berwyn Funds. Previously, he served as TriState Capital’s chief risk officer for four years, responsible for developing and executing the firm’s enterprise risk management efforts.

Fetterolf joined the company as its initial corporate counsel, managing the legal activities of TriState Capital and its loan portfolio, including loan structuring and closing, loan distribution and special asset management.

Before coming to Pittsburgh-based TriState Capital, Fetterolf was a senior vice president in the Special Situations Advisory Group of Macquarie Capital Advisors and the head of structuring for Macquarie’s U.S. Commercial Real Estate Finance Group based in Chicago. He also worked with LaSalle Bank/ABN Amro in Chicago and New York as director of structured financial products in the Commercial Real Estate Debt Capital Markets Group. Prior to his employment within financial services, he practiced as a corporate finance attorney with Klett Rooney Lieber & Schorling, now Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney.

“Brian exemplifies the exceptional breadth and depth of strong talent we’ve assembled across our entire organization,” TriState Capital Holdings Chairman, President and CEO James F. Getz said. “Over the last two years, in his role as President, he’s led a TriState Capital Bank team that has continued the major expansion of our business, generating asset growth of nearly 43% and superior loan growth of more than 47%, meaningfully expanding the number of middle-market commercial customers, financial intermediaries and high-net worth clients we serve.”