PNC Bank has named Gail Horvath as senior vice president and managing director of PNC Wealth Management for the Florida East Region, succeeding Mark Stevens, who is retiring.
PNC has had superior growth in the Florida Region under Stevens’ leadership, with revenues nearly tripling since 2009. Stevens leaves the business in Florida well-positioned for future growth.
Horvath will oversee the client team of wealth management professionals, striving to achieve the highest client satisfaction. Her top priority is that the team meets and exceeds client expectations. Through her leadership and commitment, Horvath will ensure that clients continue to benefit from a full complement of investment, trust, financial planning and private banking services to help them achieve their financial goals.
Before she moved to Florida from Pennsylvania, Horvath most recently was senior vice president and eastern region banking director for PNC Wealth Management.
A financial services professional with more than 40 years of experience, she joined PNC Wealth Management in 1998 and quickly rose through the ranks. Consistently delivering strong sales and revenue growth in her markets, she built a powerful team that exhibited exemplary client satisfaction. Her leadership skills and experience as a banking director and managing director of wealth management will enable her to continue to accelerate the results in the Florida East Region.
Horvath is a magna cum laude graduate of Caldwell College and a Certified Financial Planner.
Through the services offered at PNC Wealth Management around the state, Florida residents have access to wealth management expertise, including wealth planning, investment management, private banking and fiduciary services, all coordinated through a single point of contact.
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