First National Bank Promotes Its Director of Digital Channels and Payments

First National Bank Promotes Its Director of Digital Channels and Payments

First National Bank, the largest subsidiary of F.N.B. Corporation (NYSE: FNB), announced that it has promoted Scott Mizerak to Senior Vice President, Director of Digital Channels and Payments, emphasizing the Company’s commitment to innovation and the continued enhancement of its delivery channels.

Mizerak plays a key role in the development and execution of FNB’s digital strategy, ensuring consistent implementation across all lines of business. He leads the Digital Channels and Payments product management team, which is responsible for identifying, building and optimizing FNB’s innovative solutions to meet customer demands, enhance the Bank’s competitive market position, and drive profitability.

Reporting to FNB’s Chief Digital Officer, Samuel Kirsch, Mizerak has been engaged in advancing Clicks-to-Bricks, FNB’s multi-channel approach to the banking experience. Clicks-to-Bricks is meant to provide customers with consistency and convenience by seamlessly integrating the mobile, online and in-branch channels.

“Sam and Scott have assembled a terrific team that is instrumental in driving our digital strategy forward,” said Vincent J. Delie, Jr., Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of F.N.B. Corporation and First National Bank. “Leveraging their expertise, we continue to evolve our online and mobile platforms to make it more convenient for customers to purchase products and services at FNB, with planned upgrades including the integration of our Solutions Center e-Store into our mobile app and a universal online application. As digital adoption accelerates, these investments in our leading-edge solutions give us a competitive advantage.”

With more than 20 years of industry experience, Mizerak joined FNB in 2013 as Manager of Digital Channels and Payments. Previously, he was a Digital Product Manager with PNC and served in various roles in wealth management, consumer and private banking at BNY Mellon. He earned his bachelor’s degree in communications with a focus in advertising from Pennsylvania State University.