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The Huntington National Bank is one of the oldest banks in the United States, founded in 1866 with its headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. Huntington Bank, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, is a commercial bank, FED member, and a national charter. The bank is a FDIC-insured bank with a certificate number of 6560. The assigned Fed RSSD ID of Huntington Bank is 12311. Currently, Stephen D. Steinour is the Chairman, President, and CEO of the bank. The CFO of Huntington Bank is Zachary Wasserman.
The reported net income of Huntington for 2020 is $817 million. As of December 31, 2020, the value of the total assets of Huntington bank is $123 billion.
History of Huntington Bank
The company was first founded as P.W. Huntington and Company in 1866. In 1905, the bank was incorporated officially as the Huntington National Bank of Columbus. Starting from 1958, it has made a slew of acquisitions. Following are some of the most prominent ones:
In 1958, the company acquired The Market Exchange Bank Company followed by The People's Bank of Canal Winchester and First National Bank of Grove City five years later in 1962. More acquisitions followed in the coming years including The Columbus Savings Bank, The Northern Savings Bank, The Washington Savings Bank, and Farmers Bank among the many others until 2016.
On December 13, 2020, Huntington Bank merged with Detroit-based TCF bank. As per the terms of the agreement, the bank retained the original name with its commercial headquarters in Detroit and retail banking headquarters in Columbus.
How Big Is Huntington Bank?
- Huntington Bank holds a rank of 500 in the Fortune 500 companies.
- The bank has approximately 828 branches and most of them are based in the Midwest. In terms of branch count, Huntington is the 12th largest bank in the US.
- The bank is also the second highest provider of Small Business Administration loans.
- The bank has most branches in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Indiana and Illinois.
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Huntington Bank provides personal, business, and commercial banking services. These include savings accounts, checking accounts, investment management, and insurance services, among others. It also offers treasury management services, specifically for businesses. For commercial customers, Huntington provides risk-mitigating and specialized products as well as services focused on specific industries.
To learn more about the products and services offered by Huntington, visit their official website at https://www.huntington.com/.