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First Commonwealth Bank recently announced new leadership roles within the company.

Effective January 1, Brian Sohocki, senior vice president and director of the corporate banking group, will be promoted to deputy director of credit. Dave Reed, senior vice president and regional president of the PA, will be promoted to president of the state of the PA for the First Commonwealth Bank with regional president responsibilities across the footprint PA from the bank.

“Since joining us in 2018, Dave has done a tremendous job leading the team in our Community PA region, and the fact that Dave is expanding his role to the rest of Pennsylvania is a perfect extension of his leadership.” said Mike Price, CEO of First Commonwealth. “Likewise, I couldn’t be more confident in Brian’s strong track record of success that he will bring to this important credit role. These two promotions continue to move First Commonwealth on a positive course and allow us to better serve our personal and business banking clients. “

Sohocki joined First Commonwealth Bank 11 years ago and under his tenure First Commonwealth has made tremendous strides in becoming the best bank for businesses in the Pittsburgh area, highlighted by its recent announcement as an SBA lender. No. 1 in Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania. In his new role, Sohocki will work with a deep and experienced credit team to support the bank’s credit risk management culture while directly supporting our sponsor finance and cash flow activities, led by Greg Steve. , and our ongoing commercial banking and SBA loans. growth, in partnership with regional presidents.

Reed joined the First Commonwealth Bank three years ago with a wealth of state knowledge and leadership experience from his previous role as State Representative for the 62nd District of Indiana County. He held this position for 16 years and for the last four of that term as majority leader of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Since joining First Commonwealth, Reed has overseen the expansion of retail in the State College and Williamsport markets, and also helped achieve recognition by Forbes as one of Pennsylvania’s top banks, for two consecutive years.


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