Raleigh, North Carolina-based First Citizens Bank this week announced that four of its top executives will be taking on new leadership roles.
“These veteran bankers bring many years of exemplary service and experience to their new roles with First Citizens,” bank President Peter Bristow said. “They provide invaluable leadership and expertise as we continue to focus on serving our customers in the Charlotte Metro and Triangle areas of North Carolina and as we refine and further grow our wealth management offering.”
Christine Young, who served as First Citizens' Triangle Area executive, will now be the bank's Central Region executive. She will oversee a 65-branch network and head up the business banking teams in the Charlotte Metro and Triangle areas. She will continue to be based in Raleigh.
Young is a University of Iowa graduate with more than 20 years of banking experience. She has been with First Citizens in 2002.
Marc Horgan and Dennis Fingers have been tapped as wealth regional management directors. Each will head up a team of wealth sales professionals. Horgan will be focused on the Charlotte market as well as all of South Carolina. He has been with First Citizens for 17 years, where he was Charlotte Metro Area executive. A University of North Carolina at Charlotte graduate, he will remain in the Charlotte office.
Fingers will be in charge of the bank's wealth teams in all North Carolina markets, with the exception of Charlotte Metro, as well as Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland. He will remain based in Raleigh. He has been with First Citizens for 12 years, most recently as manager of the private wealth group. Fingers graduated from Washington and Jefferson College, and has more than 27 years of experience in financial services.
Brendan Chambers is now First Citizens' commercial banking and middle market sales director for customers in the Triangle, Charlotte Metro and South Carolina Metro areas. He has more than 19 years of banking experience, and joined First Citizens in 2013. A graduate of St. Bonaventure University in New York, he will be relocating to Charlotte.