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Paul Clark, Regional President PNC Bank, Northern Ohio
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Date: Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Description: Paul Clark is regional president of PNC Bank, Northern Ohio. Clark, a 34-year financial services veteran, joined PNC through its acquisition of National City Corporation in October 2008. He began his career at National City in 1976 as a management trainee in Consumer Finance. He was later promoted to vice president of National City Bank and named senior vice president of Corporate Banking in 1989, a position through which he led Cleveland area lending from 1992-1995.
From 1995-97, Clark served as executive vice president of Retail Banking at National City Bank of Pennsylvania. He was later named president and chief executive officer of National City Bank of Michigan/Illinois following the merger of National City with First of America Bank Corporation. In 2000, Clark was appointed executive vice president of Institutional Asset Management and chairman of National City Investment Management Company until his appointment as president of Northern Ohio banking in 2004.
Clark holds a Bachelorís degree in history from Denison University and a Masterís degree in business administration from Baldwin-Wallace College. He is also a graduate of the Stonier School of Banking.