F.N.B. closing seven branches

F.N.B. closing seven branches

F.N.B. Corp.'s headquarters is in Pittsburgh's North Side neighborhood and while the bank has more branches here than any other metro in its footprint, there will be one fewer in late September. (Pittsburgh Business Times)


PITTSBURGH — F.N.B. Corp. is closing seven branches across its footprint, including one in Pittsburgh.

The First National Bank branch at 503 Greenfield Ave. in Pittsburgh’s Greenfield neighborhood, is closing on Sept. 27. Customers will be served by the Squirrel Hill branch, less than a mile away, at 4300 Murray Avenue.

"We continually evaluate our branch network to ensure it is optimized and operating efficiently," Jennifer Reel, F.N.B. senior vice president, said on Monday.

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